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EQ-1998-000403-IDN Earthquake Indonesia Earthquake of magnitude 7.6 struck on 29 November 1998 at 14:10 GMT. Some had been dead,and many houses were damaged. Tsunami worning were issued at every place. 
FL-1998-000392-IND Flood India A massive landslide, triggered by incessant rains, wiped out Malpa village in Pithoragarh district of Uttar Pradesh on 18 August 1998.  
EQ-1998-000384-CHN Earthquake China, People's Republic On 19 November, two earthquakes hit a rural area on the border of Yunnan and Sichuan Provinces in southwest China.Some 312,300 people were affected, 1,543 people injured and 3 killed. More than 12,000 housing units collapsed and 16,000 were damaged.  
ST-1998-000374-VNM SEVERE LOCAL STORM Viet Nam A low-pressure front in the south of the South China Sea developed into typhoon Dawn on 19 November 1998. The wind velocity reached 8 to 9 of the Beaufort scale. 
ST-1998-000373-BGD SEVERE LOCAL STORM Bangladesh On 22 November, the cyclone 07B passed the southwest coastline in Bangladesh,and heavy rain had falled on 23 Nov.spread damage.  
FL-1998-000359-UKR Flood Ukraine Heavy rains in Western Ukraine have flooded more than 100 towns and villages affecting 400,000 people.  
EQ-1998-000353-ECU Earthquake Ecuador Earthquake with the magnitude of 7.1 on the Richter Scale, hit the NE Pacific coast of Ecuador, on Tuesday, 4 August 1998, at 13h59 (local time).The coastal towns of Bahia de Caraquez (40,000) and San Vicente are the most affected areas. 
ST-1998-000343-SLV SEVERE LOCAL STORM El Salvador  
FL-1998-000329-BEN Flood Benin  
DR-1998-000324-FJI Drought Fiji 263,455 were affected by the drought. 
FL-1998-000316-VNM Flood Viet Nam Floods by heavy rains in mid October caused severe damage in coastal central Vietnam. On 16 Dec.typhoon Gil struck coastal central Vietnam. Typhoon Faith exercised an overwhelming in the Philippines caused more damage in Vietnam. 
WF-1998-000300-RUS Wild fire Russia  
ST-1998-000296-PHL SEVERE LOCAL STORM Philippines Massive flooding, brought about by rising waters in the lowlying areas, caused the death of 27 persons. Extensive floods triggered by back-to-back typhoons have affected a wide area on the main island of Luzon, Philippines. 
ST-1998-000295-DOM SEVERE LOCAL STORM Dominican Republic  
FL-1998-000272---- Flood (Non-Localized) The southern provinces of the Republic of Korea has been suffering from torrential downpours since the end of July. On August 31, the authorities announced that 199 people had died in the disaster; another 28 were missing. More than 178,000 people were displaced and financial losses were estimated to exceed 1,129 billion Korean won (CHF 1.2 billion).  
FL-1998-000255-TUR Flood Turkey A major flood has occurred on 7 August 1998 due to heavy rainfall.  
FL-1998-000251-SDN Flood Sudan  
LS-1998-000247-IRN Land Slide Iran, Islamic Republic  
FL-1998-000224-SVK Flood Slovakia  
FL-1998-000221-NPL Flood Nepal Recent heavy rainfalls caused flooding and landslides in Nepal. 25 districts had been affected.  
TS-1998-000220-PNG Tsunami Papua New Guinea At approximately 1930 local time on Friday 17 July 1998 an earthquake of magnitude 7 on the Richter Scale occurred just off the north-west coast of Papua New Guinea some 35 km north-west of Sissano Lagoon. 
FL-1998-000219-KOR Flood Korea Republic heavy floods have occurred since the end of July in the Republic of Korea 
VO-1998-000218-IDN Volcano Indonesia  
DR-1998-000216-CRI Drought Costa Rica limited rainfall during the last rainy season associated with an exceptionaly dry season and abnormal high temperatures, has had a negative impact on several regions of Costa Rica. 
EQ-1998-000215-AZE Earthquake Azerbaijan  
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Disasters on or after week 20
From: 2018/5/13  To: 2018/5/26

TC-2018-000062-OMN
Tropical Cyclone,Oman: A new tropical storm has developed in the southwest Arabian Sea where it intensified yesterday evening into Cyclone Mekunu. The cyclone is moving currently north-northwest at a speed of 11 km/h. Mekunu is expected to continue moving in this direction during the remainder of this week and make landfall near Salalah, Oman on about Saturday 26 May. A major fluctuation in tropical weather over the southern Arabian Sea known as the Madden-Julian oscillation (MJO) is likely to cause Mekunu to strengthen further. As a result, heavy rains are forecasted for Socotra Island, followed by the southern Arabian coast from Sayhut in eastern Yemen to Salalah and Ash Shuwaymiyyah in southern Oman, which could cause local flooding and damage.

FL-2018-000060-LKA
Flood,Sri Lanka: Due to monsoon condition, heavy rainfall was recieved to South Western slope of Sri Lanka (average 200 to 300 mm in 24 hours), resulting heavy flood situation of 07 river basins of Kelani, Kalu, Gin, Nilwala, Attanagalu Oya, Deduru and Ma Oya. So far 06 deaths, over 13,000 affected persons and over 600 house damages were reported. Continues heavy rain confirm major flood levels and associated damages will be increasing next couple of days.

HT-2018-000061-PAK
Heat Wave,Pakistan: A heatwave has killed 65 people in Pakistan's southern city of Karachi over the past three days, a social welfare organization said on Tuesday, amid fears the death toll could climb as the high temperatures persist.

TC-2018-000059-SOM
Tropical Cyclone,Somalia: A tropical cyclone formed in the Gulf of Aden between Yemen and northern Somalia on 16 May 2018. The cyclone system caused heavy rains along the coast of Puntland on 17 May. Flash flooding was reported in the Bari region, which were not limited to seasonal riverbeds. The road linking Bossaso and points south has reportedly been affected. There are also reports of some fishing boats having been washed away by waves off the coast of Sanaag region, which along with Sool are disputed between Somaliland and Puntland.By 18 May, the cyclone had gained strength, reaching tropical storm-wind levels and assigned the name Tropical Cyclone Sagar. Heavy rains are projected for the escarpment and plateau of Somaliland.

EQ-2018-000053-SLV
Earthquake,El Salvador: The Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources reported a seismic swarm in the area located between the municipalities of Chirilagua in San Miguel Department, and in Intipucá and El Carmen department in La Union Department since 5 May 2018. Some 733 seismic events occurred between 5 and 9 May, as reported by the National Seismic Network. The epicentre area was located between the municipalities mentioned above. Ninety-five of these earthquakes, whose magnitude range between 2.4 and 5.6, were felt by the population. The strongest of these earthquakes (magnitude 5.6 and intensity VII) was recorded on 6 May at 1:02 p.m. in Chirilagua and Intipucá.

DR-2018-000052-AFG
Drought,Afghanistan: Below average precipitation and above average temperatures since October 2017 have resulted in significant reductions in snow depths, river flows, water level in dams, water tables, and soil moistures. These conditions have already negatively and irreversibly impacted the winter 2017-2018 agricultural season and are expected to also negatively impact the spring and summer 2018 agricultural season in Afghanistan. The overall combined effect is a significant shortage of water for rain-fed agriculture, irrigated agriculture, and pasturage. Based on satellite imagery and data analyses by iMMAP and FEWSNET, combined with observations by FAO and WFP, this shortage could affect up to 2 million rural population in 20 provinces who are reliant on agriculture, livestock, or agriculture-related wage labour for their food security and livelihood. Forecasts indicate below-average to average precipitation for the remaining weeks of the spring wet season. Along with cumulative precipitation deficits, the below-average forecast is reflective of a low frequency of storms entering the region, increasing the risk for extended periods of dryness that could further impact agricultural production.