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EQ-1997-000035-IRN Earthquake Iran, Islamic Republic  
EQ-1997-000028-KGZ Earthquake Kyrgyzstan  
SL-1997-000027-PER SLIDE (use LS/ AV/MS instead) Peru  
FL-1997-000026-MOZ Flood Mozambique  
FL-1997-000025-MWI Flood Malawi  
DR-1997-000024-KEN Drought Kenya Approximately 1.6 million peopele were affected by the severe drought. 
DR-1997-000023-ECU Drought Ecuador 34,000 people were affected due to the drought in Celica, Macara and Puyango. 
FL-1997-000022-BOL Flood Bolivia  
EQ-1997-000017-IRN Earthquake Iran, Islamic Republic  
ST-1997-000013-MDG SEVERE LOCAL STORM Madagascar  
VO-1997-000012-IND Volcano India  
TC-1997-000008-VNM Tropical Cyclone Viet Nam The typhoon Fritz (T9721) killed 10, injured 50 and caused US$5,000,000 damage in VietNam. 
TC-1997-000007-VNM Tropical Cyclone Viet Nam The typhoon Linda (T9726) killed 3,682, injured 857, left 383,045 homeless, affected 697,225 and caused US$200,000,000 damage in VietNam. 
TC-1997-000006-GUM Tropical Cyclone Guam The cyclone Paka (T9708) injured 20, left 5,000 homeless, affected 1,400 and caused US$200,000,000 damage in Guam. 
TC-1997-000005-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines The typhoon Bining killed 30, affected 309,111 and caused US$2,500,000 damage in Philippines. 
TC-1997-000004-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic The typhoon Winnie (T9713) killed 140, injured 3,000, left 44,000 homeless, affected 790,000 and caused US2,675,000,000 damage in China. 
TC-1997-000004-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines The typhoon Winnie (T9713) killed 18, injured 5 and affected 53,654 in Philippines. 
TC-1997-000003-CHN Tropical Cyclone China, People's Republic The typhoon Zita (T9715) killed 7, injured 349, affected 5,650,000 and caused US$326,500,000 damage in China. 
TC-1997-000002-PHL Tropical Cyclone Philippines The typhoon Ivan (T9723) killed one and affected 4,000 people in Philippines. 
TC-1997-000001-JPN Tropical Cyclone Japan The typhoon Oliwa (T9709) killed 4 and affected 67,000 in Japan. 
DR-1996-000006-USA Drought United States Throughout the Spring and Summer months, severe drought conditions plagued the agricultural regions of the southern part of the country.  
FR-1996-000005-BRN Fire Brunei Darussalam Urban Fires. FRD(based on emergency calls), 56 Houses(single houses & terrace housing), 42(apartment, commercials and government office). Loss : $5,956,709.59 
TC-1996-000004-MYS Tropical Cyclone Malaysia The Tropical Storm "Greg" to have direct hit on Sabah. This tropical storm caused severe mudslides. Wind recorded a maximum speed of 70 km/h for several hours before dissipating and moving east. 
TC-1996-000003-USA Tropical Cyclone United States Category 3 hurricane strikes North Carolina and Virginia, over 10-inch 24-hour rains in some locations and extensive agricultural and other losses NOAA reports $3.2 billion in damages. According to Associated Press reports, Hurricane Fran was responsible for 34 deaths. Most of the deaths were caused by flash flooding in the Carolinas, Virginia, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. Twenty-one died in North Carolina alone. However, the total death count will likely be revised downward in the next update of this report based on data from NWS personnel to be published in Storm Data, since the NWS attempts to list deaths directly attributable to the weather. For example, most vehicle accidents and heart attacks from over-exertion after a hurricane are not considered direct deaths. The Property Claim Services Division of the American Insurance Services Group reports that Fran caused an estimated $1.6 billion dollars in insured property damage to the United States. 
FL-1996-000001-USA Flood United States Very heavy snowstorm (1-4 feet) over Appalachians, Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast; followed by severe flooding in parts of same area due to rain and snowmelt. NOAA reports $3 billion in damages, 60 direct deaths and 67 indirect deaths. 
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TC-2018-000152-CHN
Tropical Cyclone,China, People's Republic: GDACS - Medium humanitarian impact, max wind speed 287 km/h

TC-2018-000151-VNM
Tropical Cyclone,Viet Nam: GDACS - High humanitarian impact, max wind speed 287 km/h

TC-2018-000149-PHL
Tropical Cyclone,Philippines: Typhoon Mangkhut is currently around 1,200km east of southern Luzon (13.8 N 136.3 E), moving west at 20kph, and with maximum sustained winds of 250kph near the centre and gustiness of up to 310kph. It has been classified as a Category 5 cyclone (Super typhoon). The typhoon is expected to maintain its strength before landfall. According to forecasts, the typhoon will make landfall over Santa Ana municipality in Cagayan province between the evening of 14 September and early morning of 15 September, with Category 4 winds, before making a second landfall over the Babuyan Islands, around 25km north of Luzon landmass. The typhoon will move across the Babuyan channel, on the northern coast of Luzon, sustaining its Category 4 winds for 24 hours. Mangkhut exits PAR by 08H00, 16 September 2018. Although the eye of the storm is not likely to traverse through Luzon landmass, the strength and the size of the typhoon (700-900km wide) is expected to cause substantial damage in communities in the provinces of Apayao, Batanes, Ilocos Norte and Cagayan, and in the Babuyan Group of Islands. Around 2 million people (almost 450,000 households) live in these areas. Storm surges of 6 to 7 metres are also expected along the northern coast and across the islands, with the typhoon expected to make landfall on a high tide (more than 1 metre). Other provinces such as Isabela, Kalinga, Abra, Mountain Province and Ilocos Sur are also expected to sustain direct wind damage from the typhoon. Heavy torrential rain is also expected over these areas, which may also trigger landslides in mountain communities and flash floods particularly near rivers and major tributaries.