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CW-1989-000004-USA Cold Wave United States A cold weather system at the end of the year brought significant winter weather and freezing temperatures for nearly a week and affected the Eastern part of the country.  
TC-1989-000003-THA Tropical Cyclone Thailand Typhoon gay was the tropical cyclone which caused significant damage in province Chumphon fo Thailand. The storm formed on November 1, 1989 in the southern Gulf of Thailand and it mad landfall on November 4 more than 450 people were dead.  
TC-1989-000002-USA Tropical Cyclone United States Hurricane Hugo (category 4 hurricane) devastated South and North Carolina with ~ 20-foot storm surge and severe wind damage after hitting Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands; over $9.0 (13.9) billion damage/costs (about $7.1 (10.9) billion in Carolinas); 86 deaths (57--U.S. mainland, 29--U.S. Islands). 
EQ-1989-000001-USA Earthquake United States In the Santa Cruz Mountains in the forest of Nisene Marks State Park, about 16 kilometers northeast of Santa Cruz and about 7 kilometers south of Loma Prieta Mountains, California. This major earthquake caused 63 deaths, 3,757 injuries, and an estimated $6 billion in property damage. It was the largest earthquake to occur on the San Andreas fault since the great San Francisco earthquake in April 1906. 
DR-1988-000001-USA Drought United States 1988 drought in central and eastern U.S. with very severe losses to agriculture and related industries; estimated $40.0 (61.6) billion damage/costs; estimated 5,000 to 10,000 deaths (includes heat stress-related). 
HT-1988-000001-USA Heat Wave United States 1988 drought in central and eastern U.S. with very severe losses to agriculture and related industries; estimated $40.0 (61.6) billion damage/costs; estimated 5,000 to 10,000 deaths (includes heat stress-related). 
DR-1986-000002-USA Drought United States Severe summer drought combined with very high temperatures caused extensive crop damage to much of the southeastern United States. 
AC-1986-000001-SGP Tech. Disaster Singapore The Hotel New World disaster happened on 15th March 1986 at 11.25am. The 6 level building with 1 basement carpark collapsed suddenly killing 33 people. The subsequent rescue effort saved 17 lives out of the 50 people trapped in the rubble. The immediate area of disaster was divided into 3 sectors for easy control and management of all rescue operations.The rescue operations were terminated on 21st March 1986 when all the survivors had been rescued and dead bodies removed. 
CW-1985-000007-USA Cold Wave United States A cold wave brought extreme temperatures and winter storms to much of the Eastern half of the United States in mid to late January.  
TC-1985-000006-USA Tropical Cyclone United States Hurricane Gloria struck the eastern seaboard and caused more than $11 billion worth of damage to states from North Carolina to Maine.  
TC-1985-000005-USA Tropical Cyclone United States Hurricane Elena was listed as a Category 3 hurricane as it made landfall from Florida to Louisiana causing more than $3 billion in damage. 
VO-1985-000004-COL Volcano Colombia Eruption of Mt.Ruiz 
EQ-1985-000003-MEX Earthquake Mexico A powerful earthquake with a magnitude of 8.1 Richter scale hit Mexico City and other area at 7:19AM, September 19,1985. About 8800 people were killed according to EM-DAT, CRED. 
TC-1985-000002-USA Tropical Cyclone United States Hurricane Elena (category 3 hurricane) hit Florida to Louisiana; $1.3 (2.4) billion damage/costs; 4 deaths. 
TC-1985-000001-USA Tropical Cyclone United States Hurricane Juan (category 1 hurricane) hit Louisiana and Southeast U.S causing severe flooding; $1.5 (2.8) billion damage/costs; 63 deaths. 
LS-1983-000002-USA Land Slide United States Unusually late snowmelt combined with precipitation in mid to late April caused a massive landslide that dammed the Spanish Fork River and created Thistle lake. The lake flooded and destroyed the town of Thistle.  
TC-1983-000001-USA Tropical Cyclone United States Hurricane Alicia (category 3 hurricane) hit Texas causing $3.0 (5.9) billion damage/costs; 21 deaths. 
TC-1982-000001-MMR Tropical Cyclone Myanmar 90% destroyed in Gwa,27 dead inStates and Devision, damage estimated 82.4 million kyat 
TC-1980-000003-USA Tropical Cyclone United States Hurricane Allen affected Louisiana and Texas when it made landfall on August 7. The storm caused more than $2 billion in damage.  
VO-1980-000002-USA Volcano United States The May 18, 1980, eruption was the most destructive in the history of the United States. Novarupta (Katmai) Volcano, Alaska, erupted considerably more material in 1912, but owing to the isolation and sparse population of the region affected, there were no human deaths and little property damage. In contrast, Mount St. Helens' eruption in a matter of hours caused loss of lives and widespread destruction of valuable property, primarily by the debris avalanche, the lateral blast, and the mudflows. Landscape changes caused by the May 18 eruption were readily seen on high-altitude photographs. Such images, however, cannot reveal the impacts of the devastation on people and their works. The May 18 eruption resulted in scores of injuries and the loss of 57 lives. Within the United States before May 18, 1980, only two known casualties had been attributed to volcanic activity - a photographer was struck by falling rocks during the explosive eruption of Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii, in 1924; and an Army sergeant who disappeared during the 1944 eruption of Cleveland Volcano, Chuginadak Island, Aleutians. Autopsies indicated that most of Mount St. Helens' victims died by asphyxiation from inhaling hot volcanic ash, and some by thermal and other injuries. Accurate cost figures remain difficult to determine. Early estimates were too high and ranged from $2 to $3 billion, primarily reflecting the timber, civil works, and agricultural losses. A refined estimate of $1.1 billion was determined in a study by the International Trade Commission at the request of Congress. A supplemental appropriation of $951 million for disaster relief was voted by Congress, of which the largest share went to the Small Business Administration, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency. 
DR-1980-000001-USA Drought United States Central and eastern U.S.; estimated $20.0 (48.4) billion damage/costs to agriculture and related industries; estimated 10,000 deaths (includes heat stress-related). 
HT-1980-000001-USA Heat Wave United States Central and eastern U.S.; estimated $20.0 (48.4) billion damage/costs to agriculture and related industries; estimated 10,000 deaths (includes heat stress-related). 
TC-1979-000001-USA Tropical Cyclone United States NOAA reports $2.3 billion in losses.  
EQ-1976-000001-MMR Earthquake Myanmar M=6.8,several pagodas in Bagan Ancient City were severely damaged. 
TC-1975-000001-MMR Tropical Cyclone Myanmar 303 dead,10191 cattle lost,246700 homes destroyed, estimated loss 446.5 million kyat. 
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From: 2019/7/7  To: 2019/7/17

FL-2019-000075-HUN
Flood,Hungary: Devastating storm cells hit Eastern Hungary on 27th afternoon, leaving 80 settlements affected by damages caused by strong wind and heavy rainfall.

OT-2019-000078-ARM
Other,Armenia: On 27 June 2019 a hailstorm has damaged almost all yield capacity of 14 communities in Shirak region in Armenia.

EP-2019-000085-PHL
Epidemic,Philippines: With 106,630 dengue cases reported through the Philippines Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response (PIDSR) system from 1 January to 29 June 2019, including 456 deaths, the current dengue incidence is 85% higher than in 2018, in spite of a delayed rainy season. Whereas the Case Fatality Rate (CFR) of 0.43% as of 29 June 2019 is lower than in the same time period in 2018 (0.55%), this is still significantly higher than the regional average of 0.22% in the Western Pacific. The Philippines Department of Health (DoH) declared a National Dengue Alert on 15 July 2019, urging regional DoH offices to step up dengue surveillance, case management and outbreak response in primary health facilities and hospitals, as well as through community and school-based health education campaigns, clean-up drives, surveillance activities, case investigations, vector control, and logistics support for dengue control (insecticides, RDTs, medicine, etc) in line with an Advisory on Dengue Preparedness and Outbreak Response issued earlier this year. The National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (NDRRMC), raised the code blue alert, activating the national Health Cluster, led by DoH.

FL-2019-000083-NPL
Flood,Nepal: As of 15 July, 64 people have died, at least 31 are missing and 32 others have been injured. 33,113 have been affected, and 3,186 families displaced. In the last seven days, 75 landslides and 54 flood events occurred across the country...A yellow warning for river overflow has been issued for Kamala River at Titriya locality and the floodgates of Kulekhani dam have been preventitively opened.

FL-2019-000081-MMR
Flood,Myanmar: Torrential monsoon rains and rising river levels have caused flooding. In Kachin State, according to the State Government, more than 6,200 people have been evacuated to 39 sites in Myitkyina, Bhamo and Shwegu townships as of 13 July. Rakhine, Chin and Mon states are also being hit by floods.

TC-2018-000427-FJI
Tropical Cyclone,Fiji: Tropical Disturbance, TD03F was upgraded to a depression on 31th Jan 2018 at 6 AM. Tropical Depression, TD03F center was located near 11 degrees' south latitude and 172 degrees' east longitude or about 470km west-northwest of Rotuma and about 860km northwest of Nadi. TD03F may intensify further into a category 1 tropical cyclone in the next 12 to 18 hours with average winds of 65km/hr and momentary gusts to 90km/hr close to the centre. TD03F is moving southeast at about 25km/hr.