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FF-2015-000097-KAZ Flash Flood Kazakhstan High temperatures intensified snowmelt over the past few days, causing the overflow of a glacial lake on 23 July and the consequent flooding of the Kargalinka river in Almaty Region, south-eastern Kazakhstan.In total, nearly 900 people had to evacuate their homes, while five injuries have been reported and a State of Emergency has been declared in the city of Almaty. 
EQ-2015-000096-PAK Earthquake Pakistan A 5.1-magnitude earthquake struck just outside Islamabad early on Saturday morning, the United States Geological Survey said, but local officials said there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties. 
EQ-2015-000095-AFG Earthquake Afghanistan A 5.1-magnitude earthquake struck just outside Islamabad early on Saturday morning, the United States Geological Survey said, but local officials said there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties. 
FL-2015-000094-TJK Flood Tajikistan High temperature and rapid snow and glacier melting from 1 - 22 July 2015 triggered mudflows and floods in mountains regions of Tajikistan. According to preliminary assessments, abrupt increase of air temperature in many mountainous areas of Tajikistan intensified the glaciers melting and caused floods as well as water level increase in rivers. This occurred along the basins of rivers Pyanj, Gund, Vakhsh, Zaravshan, Kafernigan, Isfara and Isfana.  
FL-2015-000093-GUY Flood Guyana Heavy rainfall along Guyana's coastal regions during the period of Wednesday July 15th and Thursday July 16th, 2015 has resulted in increased water levels in rivers and canals. Regions #3 and #4 are the most affected regions with flooding in several communities, in yards and homes in some instances. The Minister of State, Lt. Col. (Ret'd) Joseph Harmon, has authorized the activation of the National Emergency Operations Centre (NEOC). Total losses and the total number of persons affected by the flooding are yet to be determined. However, based on the 2012 Preliminary Census Report, with more than 70% of the country's population living along the coastal areas, a significant number of households have been either directly or indirectly affected. 
FL-2015-000092-BRA Flood Brazil More than 51,000 people affected by intense rains that caused floods and damage in the southern states of Paraná, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul.  
DR-2015-000091-HTI Drought Haiti About 200,000 families (a total of 1 million people) affected by drought in the 10 regions of the country, compounding the already dire food security situation 
FL-2015-000090-PAK Flood Pakistan On the night falling between 15th & 16th July, and again on 19th July 2015, different parts of District Chitral were hit by Glacial Lake Outburst Floods (GLOF) which carried massive torrents and flash floods washing away villages, access roads, bridges, drinking water supply systems, public/private property and agricultural crops. 
FL-2015-000089-MMR Flood Myanmar Torrential rains have triggered flooding in Kachin State and Sagaing Region. The Relief and Resettlement Department (RRD) reported 57,101 people were affected in Sagaing with 2,116 people affected in Kachin.  
FL-2015-000088-IRN Flood Iran, Islamic Republic At least eight people were reported to be killed on 19 July 2015 due to floods triggered by torrential rains in this northern Iranian province. 
TC-2015-000087-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan The 11th typhoon Nangka is heading for Shikoku island in west Japan and is expected to make a landfall there late Thursday, with Japan's weather agency issuing heavy rain and gale warnings to the area. Over 4,000 residents in Kochi Prefecture on the island were advised to evacuate their home in case of landslides triggered by the powerful typhoon 
TC-2015-000086-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic More than 865,000 people in the eastern Chinese province of Zhejiang have been evacuated as super Typhoon Chan-Hom. 
FL-2015-000085-VEN Flood Venezuela Since June 29, heavy rains in the south and south-west of the country have left more than 41,000 people affected by the consequent floods.  
AC-2015-000084-GTM Tech. Disaster Guatemala According to National Risk Reduction Coordinating Center (CONRED) reports, the municipality of Sayaxché in the Department of Petén has been experiencing heavy rains since May. In June oxidation ponds of an oil producer in the area overflowed, contaminating the La Pasión River. Results of the first water samples taken by the Toxicology Laboratory at the University of San Carlos in Guatemala were obtained June 10, which indicated the presence of an organophosphorus pesticide (Malathion). This has caused the massive death of fish and other aquatic animal species in the ecosystem, and is considered the most serious environmental problem of its kind in the national territory . On June 12 the Governor of Petén declared an Orange Alert for the entire Department and that same day the Mayor of Sayaxché declared a Red Alert. These are still in place in order to prioritize emergency care. As a precautionary measure authorities have prohibited the use and consumption of water from the river, therefore, people need water for consumption given that 48% of families get their water supply directly from the La Pasión River.  
TC-2015-000083-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic As of 3 p.m. Tuesday, 7 July 2015, Typhoon Linfa's center is about 390 km southeast of the boundary between Fujian and Guangdong provinces in the South China Sea. The typhoon is forecast to move northwest at a speed of 10 km per hour, and will probably hit the coast of the two provinces Wednesday night, the National Meteorological Center (NMC) said. 
TC-2015-000083-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines Typoon LINFA (named EGAY in the Philippines) crossed northern Luzon over 4-5 July and exited into the South China Sea. On 6 July, at 6.00 UTC, it was a Tropical Storm and its centre was 165km north-west of Ilocos Norte province. Heavy rain and strong winds affected several areas of Luzon, causing floods, landslides and power cuts and forcing evacuations (over 8,700 evacuees, as of 6 July). 
EQ-2015-000082-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic The magnitude-6.4 quake was centered in Pishan, a county in a remote area of southern Xinjiang, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. At least four people have been killed by a strong earthquake that shook the far western Chinese region of Xinjiang on 3 July 2015. 
FL-2015-000081-PHL Flood Philippines Due to continuous heavy rainfall from 23 to 24 June 2015, the people in low-lying areas of the Region XII (Central Visaya) in the Philippines experienced flooding. 4 people were killed and more than 20,000 people were affected. 
FL-2015-000080-MMR Flood Myanmar Over the past several days, increasing heavy rains have caused severe flooding in the western state of Rakhine, Myanmar, destroying nearly 200 homes and causing serious damage to another hundred across four townships. During the first few days of the flooding, around 1,500 people were evacuated, and about 300 of the displaced continued to stay at camps for several days as the water receded.  
FL-2015-000079-CRI Flood Costa Rica On 27 June 2015, the Government of Costa Rica declared a Red Alert for the Costa Rican Caribbean area, activated its Emergency Operations Center (COE) and deployed personnel to the affected areas to coordinate relief actions to support the affected families. On 30 June 2015, the president of Costa Rica declared a National Emergency. 
TC-2015-000078-SLB Tropical Cyclone Solomon Islands Concerns are mounting as tropical cyclone Raquel continues to bear down on the Solomon Islands, with coastal communities already facing heavy rains and gale force winds. An official tropical cyclone watch was announced by the countries' Meteorological Service at 7.30 am on 1 July and communities are now being warned of the potential for thunderstorms, sea swells and coastal flooding. 
FF-2015-000077-BTN Flash Flood Bhutan The Lemthang tsho (lake) outburst on June 28 evening in Laya washed away six wooden bridges (bazams) including the only bridge that connects Laya to the rest of Gasa dzongkhag. 
FL-2015-000076-CMR Flood Cameroon Heavy rains that began on Monday (22 June) triggered major flooding in the Douala V district area, submerging over 60,000 hectares (150,000 acres) of land and forcing thousands to flee for safety. 
TC-2015-000075-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic Typhoon Kujira has affected 193,000 people in south China's Hainan Province as torrential rain damaged crops and caused economic losses. 
EP-2015-000074-YEM Epidemic Yemen In 2015, an upsurge of dengue cases was reported in Yemen after over 1 million people had been internally displaced and health systems had been disrupted. More than 3,000 suspected cases and three deaths were recorded between 27 Mar and 4 Jun. However, unconfirmed reports that WHO is verifying with national authorities suggest that the number of cases and deaths in the affected governorates, especially in Aden, could be much higher. 
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FF-2015-000097-KAZ
Flash Flood,Kazakhstan: High temperatures intensified snowmelt over the past few days, causing the overflow of a glacial lake on 23 July and the consequent flooding of the Kargalinka river in Almaty Region, south-eastern Kazakhstan.In total, nearly 900 people had to evacuate their homes, while five injuries have been reported and a State of Emergency has been declared in the city of Almaty.

EQ-2015-000096-PAK
Earthquake,Pakistan: A 5.1-magnitude earthquake struck just outside Islamabad early on Saturday morning, the United States Geological Survey said, but local officials said there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties.

EQ-2015-000095-AFG
Earthquake,Afghanistan: A 5.1-magnitude earthquake struck just outside Islamabad early on Saturday morning, the United States Geological Survey said, but local officials said there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties.

FL-2015-000094-TJK
Flood,Tajikistan: High temperature and rapid snow and glacier melting from 1 - 22 July 2015 triggered mudflows and floods in mountains regions of Tajikistan. According to preliminary assessments, abrupt increase of air temperature in many mountainous areas of Tajikistan intensified the glaciers melting and caused floods as well as water level increase in rivers. This occurred along the basins of rivers Pyanj, Gund, Vakhsh, Zaravshan, Kafernigan, Isfara and Isfana.

DR-2015-000091-HTI
Drought,Haiti: About 200,000 families (a total of 1 million people) affected by drought in the 10 regions of the country, compounding the already dire food security situation

FL-2015-000092-BRA
Flood,Brazil: More than 51,000 people affected by intense rains that caused floods and damage in the southern states of Paraná, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul.

FL-2015-000088-IRN
Flood,Iran, Islamic Republic: At least eight people were reported to be killed on 19 July 2015 due to floods triggered by torrential rains in this northern Iranian province.