Environment

SAZLIBOSNA, Turkey (Reuters) – When residents of Sazlibosna, a village near Istanbul, tried to attend a public meeting about the Turkish government’s plan to dig a 400 metre-wide canal through their farmlands, they were stopped by police. The 45 km (28 mile) Kanal Istanbul will link the seas north and south of Istanbul and ease
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NAIROBI (Reuters) – Kenya’s chief prosecutor on Friday ordered police to investigate a dam-burst on a commercial farm in the Rift Valley that killed dozens of people as a wall of water tore down a hillside, obliterating everything in its path. A general view shows water flowing from the dam that burst its walls, overrunning
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PAHOA, Hawaii (Reuters) – The eruption of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano could intensify in the coming weeks, possibly spraying pebble-sized projectiles miles around and dusting nearby towns with ash, the U.S. Geological Survey said on Wednesday. Kilauea, the U.S. state’s most active volcano, erupted on Thursday, and lava flows from fissures on its eastern flank have
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