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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. 
EP-2015-000073-SSD Epidemic South Sudan At the beginning of the rainy season in South Sudan, eight suspected and one confirmed cholera case were reported in Juba between 22 May and 4 Jun 2015, seven of which were in Juba Protection of Civilians (PoC) site. By 23 Jun, the number of confirmed cases had increased to 171 and 18 deaths had been reported, as the Health Ministry declared an outbreak. 
DR-2015-000072-PRK Drought Korea, Democratic People's Republic A prolonged dry spell from April to early June 2015 in main growing areas of DPR Korea affected plantings and yield potential of the 2015 food crops. More rains are urgently needed to avoid a significant decrease in 2015 cereal production. Should drought conditions persist, the food security situation is likely to deteriorate from that of the previous years, when most households were already estimated to have borderline and poor food consumption rates. 
FL-2015-000071-GEO Flood Georgia At this point in time, according to the rapid assessment conducted by Georgia Red Cross Society (GRCS) volunteers together with local authorities, 2,200 households (8,800 people) are affected by the disaster. 
HT-2015-000070-PAK Heat Wave Pakistan More than 120 people have died during a heatwave in Pakistan's southern Sindh province. Health officials say most of the deaths have been in Karachi, which has seen temperatures as high as 45 degrees Celsius (113 deg F) in recent days. 
OT-2015-000069-MKD Other Macedonia Macedonia has been increasing day after day. The migrants usually come from Greece, and they walk along the railway line Gevgelija Veles in the direction of Kumanovo and the neighbouring villages where they cross the Serbian border on their way to the countries of the European Union. They would usually cross the border on foot, or they might use public transport or bicycles, or they would illegally board some closed train wagons and continue their journey towards the northern border of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia on their way to Serbia. As a result of recent intensified controls in the trains by the police, most migrants choose to make the trip on foot across the territory of the Republic of Macedonia. They walk along the highway M5 or along the railway in the direction Gevgelija - Demir Kapija - Veles- Skopje - Kumanovo, and on the road they frequently get confronted with criminal groups. 
FL-2015-000068-BGD Flood Bangladesh Heavy rain fall in Bangladesh (and India) over the last few days has worsened the flood situation in Bangladesh. So far, nine districts in the northwest of the country are experiencing flooding. 
FL-2015-000067-TJK Flood Tajikistan As a result of heavy rains and strong winds on 7-8 June 2015 in the northern part of Tajikistan, floods and mudslides hit the population of three districts of Sughd province. According to the feedback and reports received from the Red Crescent Society of Tajikistan`s (RCST) response teams and Governmental Emergency Committee sources, up to 615 families (3,075 people) were directly affected: in 572 families in J. Rasulov district, one family in Isfara district and 42 families in Ainy district 
LS-2015-000066-NPL Land Slide Nepal At least 15 people were killed and more than a dozen reported missing after heavy rains triggered landslides in northeastern Nepal. 
FL-2015-000065-GHA Flood Ghana Heavy rains starting at the beginning of June 2015 have left most parts of Ghana's capital Accra, its suburbs and other cities flooded. On 4 Jun, a fuel station in Accra exploded as a result of the floods, leaving an estimated 150 people dead. Significant numbers of people have been displaced and are accommodated temporarily in areas where water, food supply and sanitation access are poor due to crowded conditions. 
FL-2015-000064-IND Flood India With the onset of monsoon in the northeast, Assam has been hit by the first wave of floods affecting over 60,000 people in nine districts of the state. At least one person has been washed away in the fresh wave of deluge. 
EQ-2015-000063-MYS Earthquake Malaysia At least 11 climbers are dead and others missing after a 6.0 magnitude earthquake triggered landslides on Mount Kinabalu, Malaysia on 4 June 2015. 
FF-2015-000062-PAK Flash Flood Pakistan Heavy rainfall that started on 3 June has resulted in flash floods in Khuzdar District, Baluchistan Province. According to initial reports, residents of the area were not able to evacuate in time. So far, nine deaths have been reported. 
VO-2015-000061-JPN Volcano Japan A volcano on the remote southern Japanese island of Kuchinoerabujima erupted suddenly on Friday blasting plumes of black smoke high into the sky, prompting authorities to order the island's evacuation and forcing airlines to divert flights. 
FL-2015-000060-USA Flood United States Two people were killed and three others were missing on 24 May 2015 in flash flooding and severe storms in Texas and Oklahoma that forced evacuations and rooftop rescues and left thousands without power. 
HT-2015-000059-IND Heat Wave India As of 23 May, more than 350 people are reported to have died in a heat wave, where temperatures have reached 48C. The current heat wave began in mid-April but most of the deaths were reported since about 17 May.  
EP-2015-000058-TZA Epidemic Tanzania On 16 May 2015, two samples from cases of acute diarrhoeal disease among Burundian refugees in Tanzania's Nyarugusu camp in Kigoma region tested positive for cholera, and the number of acute diarrhoea diseases cases rapidly climbed to over 1,000 cases. By 21 May, 27 Burundian refugees in Tanzania had died of cholera 
FL-2015-000057-CHN Flood China, People's Republic At least 15 people have been killed and almost three million people from 11 provinces have been affected by heavy rain that has battered China's south since 13 May 2015. 
FL-2015-000056-COL Flood Colombia Flooding, windstorms and landslides affected more than 20,000 people in Colombia in April 2015. The rainy season in the southern and western departments had a particularly strong impact in the Amazonas department near the Peruvian and Brazilian border. On 18 May, heavy rains caused the overflowing of the river Liborina, triggering a landslide in the municipality of Salgar (Antioquia), which killed at least 48 people. 
FL-2015-000055-TJK Flood Tajikistan Prolonged torrential rains caused a number of floods and mudslides between 11 and 13 May 2015 that damaged some communities in Qubodiyon, Jilikul, Khuroson, Vaksh and Hamadony districts in Khatlon province and Hoit administrative center of the Rasht valley of Tajikistan. According to the rapid assessment results received from the Committee of Emergency Situations and Civil Defense and the Red Crescent Society of Tajikistan, 296 families (1,776 people) from the above mentioned areas are severely affected as a result of heavy rains causing floods and mudslides. 
SS-2015-000054-SLV Storm Surge El Salvador Between 2nd to 4th May 2015, an unusual phenomenon produced waves two meters above sea level leaving dozens of victims, evacuees and damage to infrastructure on the Pacific Ocean side of Central America. Salvadoran coast was among the hardest hit. 1 person missing, 1,367 evacuated, 514 are in shelters and 1,270 are providing their own shelter. In Guatemala, 20 families from the Botoncillo and Bola de Monte areas are being sheltered in Ahuachapán An orange alert has been issued for 13 May as a 2nd round of high waves is expected to hit the Salvadoran coast, which could worsen the situation  
FL-2015-000053-CAF Flood Central African Republic On 24 Apr 2015, continuous storms resulted in extensive flooding, destruction of houses and loss of household belongings in several districts of Berbérati in south-western Central African Republic. 210 households (1,109 people) have been affected and 199 houses have been destroyed. 
OT-2015-000052-TZA Other Tanzania Since 26th April, 2015 there has been a continuous influx of people (asylum seekers) from the Republic of Burundi entering Tanzania through its borders with Burundi. Up to 7th May there is an estimated 25,000 asylum seekers overcrowded at Kagunga village. The only means of transport within Tanzania to reach Kagunga from Kigoma is by boats through Lake Tanganyika. It can also be reached by road through Burundi via Makamba border and Nyanzalake. 
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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-2015-000073-SSD
Epidemic,South Sudan: At the beginning of the rainy season in South Sudan, eight suspected and one confirmed cholera case were reported in Juba between 22 May and 4 Jun 2015, seven of which were in Juba Protection of Civilians (PoC) site. By 23 Jun, the number of confirmed cases had increased to 171 and 18 deaths had been reported, as the Health Ministry declared an outbreak.

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.

HT-2015-000070-PAK
Heat Wave,Pakistan: More than 120 people have died during a heatwave in Pakistan's southern Sindh province. Health officials say most of the deaths have been in Karachi, which has seen temperatures as high as 45 degrees Celsius (113 deg F) in recent days.