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FL-2020-000160-JPN Flood Japan The death toll from floods and landslides caused by heavy rain in Kumamoto Prefecture, southwestern Japan, has reached 16. Authorities say 17 other people have no vital signs and 13 are missing. 
OT-2020-000159-MMR Other Myanmar A huge pile of muddy waste collapsed into an open pit at a jade mine in Hpakant area of Kachin state-Myanmar on 2 July 2020. The collapse was triggered by several days of rain that saturated the ground which caused the mudslide. 
FF-2020-000158-SRB Flash Flood Serbia As of 22nd October, the Republic of Serbia has been affected by heavy rainfalls. The most affected areas are Kolubarski, Moravicki, Raski, Zlatiborski, Rasinski, Toplicki, Jablanicki, and Pomoravski districts. 
FL-2020-000157-MYS Flood Malaysia • Since Saturday 27 June, intense rain has caused flooding in 11 districts of Sabah, affecting 152 villages and leaving 1,210 people affected. • According to Government reports as 9am today, 705 people involving 220 families were relocated in nine relief centres in the most affected districts of Tenom, Kota Belud, Papar, Beaufort and Penampang. • Floods have also been reported since 29 June in the neighbouring state of Sarawak, where heavy rain has hit remote areas in the districts of Baram, Marudi, Long Lama, Lawas and Limbang. According to Barama Peoples action committee 1,000 people in the rural Long Panai settlement are isolated. 
FF-2020-000156-UKR Flash Flood Ukraine As of 22 June, heavy rains in western Ukraine resulted in the largest flooding in the last 50 years. The western regions of Ivano-Frankivsk, Chernivtsi, Zakarpattia, Lviv and Ternopil oblasts, are the most heavily affected. Overflowing rivers have inundated settlements, breached dams and stranded villagers. Several bridges and power lines have been damaged, as have hundreds of homes. 
OT-2020-000155-IDN Other Indonesia A damaged motorboat carrying 99 migrants was identified as stranded around 4 miles from the coastline of Seunudoen, North Aceh on Wednesday, 24 June 2020. Based on a rapid assessment undertaken by Palang Merah Indonesia’s (PMI) Lhokseumawe branch, it is thought that the 99 passengers include 53 women, 18 men, 17 girls, 11 boys (including one infant). After being rescued from the boat on Lancok Coast, North Aceh District, the passengers were transferred to a transitional shelter owned by the Lhokseumawe City government, located in Punteut village, Blang Mangat Subdistrict, Lhokseumawe City. The migrants are orginally from Rakhine State, Myanmar; however, prior to their journey to Indonesia, they had been forcibly displaced and were living in the displacement camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.  
FL-2020-000154-CIV Flood Cote d'Ivoire On 17 June 2020, torrential rain over a couple of days caused flooding in the southern parts of the country, including the country’s economic capital Abidjan. Among the worst hit areas are the districts of André Château d´Eau, Abobo-Belleville and Riviera Palmeraie. As a direct consequence of these torrential rains, on 18 June, a landslide swept away about twenty houses and railway tracks in Anyama, in the northern part of Abidjan, leaving at least 13 people dead and many missing, buried under muddy rubbles. Indeed, Abidjan recorded over 260mm of rain in 48 hours On 25 June, more people died and one was declared missing from flash flooding after 240mm of rain fell in a few hours in Abidjan District. Several roads have been cut and houses damaged, cars upturned and dragged through streets and residents taking refuge on roofs or clinging to walls and trees. Firefighters responded to several calls for assistance, mostly in the suburb of Cocody which was among the worst hit areas. 
FF-2020-000153-BIH Flash Flood Bosnia-Herzegovina Heavy rainfall has caused rivers and creeks in North-eastern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina to swell and flood houses and roads. One of the most affected areas is in Tuzla Canton where traffic has been stopped on the main road connecting city of Tuzla with Sarajevo to the south and Orašje to the north while the city’s connection to the north-western town of Doboj is also impacted.  
OT-2020-000152-MWI Other Malawi Malawi held national elections on the 21st of May 2019. The credibility of the elections outcome announced on the 27th of May 2019 was challenged in Court by different political affiliations including the main opposition parties; United Transformation Movement (UTM) Party and the Malawi Congress Party (MCP). The constitutional court ruling on 3rd February 2020 nullified the elections and ordered fresh elections to be conducted within 150 days. In the 500-page judgment, the court cited various irregularities and anomalies petitioners had brought before the court against the MEC. The irregularities included use of correction fluid, duplicate forms and lack of signatures on some result sheets.  
EP-2020-000151-COD Epidemic Congo Democratic Republic The 1 June 2020 a new Ebola outbreak was declared in Equateur Province, DRC. Since then there are have been a total of 17 Ebola virus disease cases (17 confirmed and 3 probable). 
OT-2020-000150-LBY Other Libyan Arab Jamah Following an intensification of conflict in southern Tripoli, Tarhuna and Sirt, since the 7th of June 2020, nearly 25,000 people have been forced to flee their homes, according to the Libyan Red Crescent Society updates and IOM’s Displacement Tracking Update. The majority of those displaced are in the east of the country, particularly Ejdabia (6,050 people), Benghazi (5,250 people), Al Bayda (1643 people) and Tocra (402 people), although other people have fled to the west, particularly Bani Waleed (4,750 people). Some of those recently arrived IDPs in the East had previously been staying in Sirt and Ashshwayrif, before moving further east.  
FL-2020-000149-BFA Flood Burkina Faso Heavy rain has been affecting centre-north Burkina Faso (in particular the Centre-Nord Region) since 5 June, triggering floods and causing damage in a number of Internally Displaced People (IDP), camps across Kongoussi, Pensa, and Barsalogho Municipalities, that host around 140,000 IDPs. 
EQ-2020-000148-TUR Earthquake Turkey An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.7 hit Turkey's eastern province of Bingol on Sunday, the country's Disaster and Emergency Management Authority said. The quake occurred at 5:24 p.m. local time (1424 GMT), with its epicenter at Kaynarpinar village of Karliova district, and shook for around 10 seconds, followed by 22 aftershocks, according to the report. 
FL-2020-000147-CHN Flood China, People's Republic Since 1 June, widespread floods and mudslides due to torrential rain continue to affect several provinces of the country (particularly Guangxi, Hunan, Guangdong and other southern provinces), leading to an increasing number of fatalities and damage. According to media, at least 13 people have died and 2 are still missing. Approximately 230,000 people have been displaced, more than 2.6 million affected and 1,300 houses destroyed. 
TC-2020-000146-SLV Tropical Cyclone El Salvador The El Salvador Ministry of Foreign affairs requested international assistance, as Amanda and Cristobal affected 29,968 families, roughly some 150,000 people, mostly in the departments of La Libertad, Santa Ana, San Miguel and San Salvador. 
TC-2020-000145-IND Tropical Cyclone India Tropical Cyclone NISARGA made landfall over Raigad District (Maharashtra State) very close to Shrivardhan City on 3 June with maximum sustained winds up to 120 km/h.According to media reports, at least 4 people have died and 10 have been injured. Approximately 140 houses have been damaged and power outages have been reported, particularly in the Districts of Pune and Raigad. 
SS-2020-000143-CUB Storm Surge Cuba Cuba suffered several hydrometeorological events which reached their higher intensity on May 25 and 26, 2020. Heavy rains, floods and strong winds particularly affected the central Cuban Provinces of Camaguey, Ciego de Avila, Cienfuegos, Sancti Spiritu and Villa Clara. 
TC-2020-000142-SLV Tropical Cyclone El Salvador Tropical Storm Amanda, which began to form off the Pacific coast the previous week, made landfall on 31 May, prompting intense rainfall and sustained winds between 64 to 105 km/h over parts of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras as it moved north towards the Gulf of Mexico, later dissipating into a tropical depression. El Salvador and Guatemala declared nationwide red alerts, while Honduras placed 10 departments in the southwest under yellow alert. 
TC-2020-000141-THA Tropical Cyclone Thailand Heavy rain, strong winds and thunderstorms affected the country since 17 May, leading to casualties and damage. According to ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Humanitarian Assistance (AHA Centre), 1,115 people have been affected and 223 houses damaged across northern, northeastern, and central provinces. 
FF-2020-000140-IDN Flash Flood Indonesia A severe weather warning covering the period May-June has been issued by the Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG, Badan Meteorologi, Klimatologi, dan Geofisika) covering several parts of Indonesia, including Aceh, Riau, Riau Islands, Bengkulu, South Sumatra, West Nusa Tenggara, South Sulawesi, and several parts of Kalimantan. The BMKG warning indicated that heavy rain would continue until the end of May 2020 in East Kalimantan, particularly in the northern area where the upstream of Karang Mumus river is located. In line with this forecast, heavy and intense rain on Thursday to Friday( 21 to 22 May 2020) has submerged 11 villages of eight sub-districts in Samarinda city, East Kalimantan province. In addition to the heavy rainfall, the flooding was triggered by a rise in water level at the Karang Mumus river and Benanga dam. Responding to this event, the mayor of Samarinda city has declared a 14-day emergency response period from 22 May – 4 June 2020.  
IN-2020-000139-NGA Insect Infestation Nigeria FAO is seeking $50 million–$75 million for the control, surveillance of desert locust swarms and livelihoods support by December 2020 to help 17.2 million people in severe acute food insecurity (Phase 3+) during the next lean season (June–August 2020) in Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, the Gambia, Mali, Mauritania, the Niger, Nigeria and Senegal. 
FF-2020-000138-TJK Flash Flood Tajikistan Flooding in multiple locations including Aini, Asht, Guliston, Panjekent and Zafarobod, districts (Sughd Province), Baljuvon, Farkhor and Jaloliddin Balhi districts (Khatlon province), Nurobod, Rasht, Rogun, Rudaki, Sangvor and Tojikobod districts (Direct Ruled Districts) and Darvoz and Vanj districts (Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Oblast). 
TC-2020-000137-BGD Tropical Cyclone Bangladesh At 12:30 on 11 May 2020, the Department of Meteorology and Hydrology (DMH) informed that the Tropical Cyclone (TC) Amphan has formed in Southeast Bay of Bengal and adjoining Southwest Bay of Bengal where it was expected to intensify into severe cyclone category. Currently existing at about 530 miles southwest of Paradadip (Odisha, India), about 615 miles south-southwest of Digha (India), about 675 miles southwest of Khepupara (Bangladesh) and 605 miles southwest of Pathein (Myanmar). On 18 May 2020, the system strengthened to extreme severe tropical cyclone as category 5, heading towards eastern India and Bangladesh. 
TC-2020-000136-MMR Tropical Cyclone Myanmar At 12:30 on 11 May 2020, the Department of Meteorology and Hydrology (DMH) informed that the Tropical Cyclone (TC) Amphan has formed in Southeast Bay of Bengal and adjoining Southwest Bay of Bengal where it was expected to intensify into severe cyclone category. Currently existing at about 530 miles southwest of Paradadip (Odisha, India), about 615 miles south-southwest of Digha (India), about 675 miles southwest of Khepupara (Bangladesh) and 605 miles southwest of Pathein (Myanmar). On 18 May 2020, the system strengthened to extreme severe tropical cyclone as category 5, heading towards eastern India and Bangladesh. The indirect impact is expected in Myanmar on 20 May 2020.  
TC-2020-000135-IND Tropical Cyclone India A deep depression over southeast Bay of Bengal has intensified into a cyclonic storm "Amphan" on Saturday, 16 May. The cyclone is currently located in the central Bay of Bengal and will track north, north-eastward towards India and Bangladesh. According to the latest forecasts, the cyclone will make a landfall on 20 May somewhere in NE India, West Bengal – Bangladesh coast. It is expected that it will bring strong winds, very rough sea conditions, storm surge and heavy rain across Odisha and west Bengal coasts.  
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FF-2020-000158-SRB
Flash Flood,Serbia: As of 22nd October, the Republic of Serbia has been affected by heavy rainfalls. The most affected areas are Kolubarski, Moravicki, Raski, Zlatiborski, Rasinski, Toplicki, Jablanicki, and Pomoravski districts.

FL-2020-000160-JPN
Flood,Japan: The death toll from floods and landslides caused by heavy rain in Kumamoto Prefecture, southwestern Japan, has reached 16. Authorities say 17 other people have no vital signs and 13 are missing.

OT-2020-000159-MMR
Other,Myanmar: A huge pile of muddy waste collapsed into an open pit at a jade mine in Hpakant area of Kachin state-Myanmar on 2 July 2020. The collapse was triggered by several days of rain that saturated the ground which caused the mudslide.