MAGNITUDE 3.5 ICELAND REGION

Subject to change

Depth: 4.9 km
 

Distances: Latitude, Longitude  64.677  -17.473
(4.9 km NNE of Bárðarbunga)

Earthquake location   22 Sept 07:05 GMT

Map of earthquake epicentres

Time and magnitude of earthquake   22 Sept 07:05 GMT

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MAGNITUDE 3.7 ICELAND REGION

Subject to change

Depth: 8.7 km
 

Distances: Latitude, Longitude  64.683  -17.488
(5.0 km NNE of Bárðarbunga)

Earthquake location   22 Sept 07:05 GMT

Map of earthquake epicentres

Time and magnitude of earthquake   22 Sept 07:05 GMT

Graph showing earthquake timing and magnitude

MAGNITUDE 3.6 ICELAND REGION

Subject to change

Depth: 8.9 km
 

Distances: Latitude, Longitude  64.683  -17.488
(5.1 km NNE of Bárðarbunga)

Earthquake location   22 Sept 07:05 GMT

Map of earthquake epicentres

Time and magnitude of earthquake   22 Sept 07:05 GMT

Graph showing earthquake timing and magnitude

MAGNITUDE 3.5 ICELAND REGION

Subject to change

Depth: 0.9 km
 

Distances: Latitude, Longitude  64.658  -17.350
(8.7 km ENE of Bárðarbunga)

Earthquake location   22 Sept 07:05 GMT

Map of earthquake epicentres

Time and magnitude of earthquake   22 Sept 07:05 GMT

Graph showing earthquake timing and magnitude

MAGNITUDE 5.2 BONIN ISLANDS, JAPAN REGION

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/usb000sesb#summary

Subject To Change

Depth: 491 km

Distances: 270km (168mi) WNW of Chichi-shima, Japan
733km (455mi) SSE of Shingu, Japan
750km (466mi) S of Shimoda, Japan
752km (467mi) S of Oyama, Japan
861km (535mi) S of Tokyo, Japan  

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MAGNITUDE 3.7 ICELAND REGION

Subject to change

Depth: 5.7 km
 

Distances: Latitude, Longitude  64.616  -17.405
(6.4 km ESE of Bárðarbunga)

Earthquake location   21 Sept 22:20 GMT

Map of earthquake epicentres

Time and magnitude of earthquake   21 Sept 22:20 GMT

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MAGNITUDE 3.5 ICELAND REGION

Subject to change

Depth: 3.5 km
 

Distances: Latitude, Longitude  64.622  -17.469
(3.5 km SE of Bárðarbunga)

Earthquake location   21 Sept 22:20 GMT

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Time and magnitude of earthquake   21 Sept 22:20 GMT

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Congo virus may become epidemic in Pakistan

Epidemic Alert

Renowned Haematologist Dr Saqib Hussain Ansari has expressed fears that Congo virus might take epidemic shape in upcoming weeks in Karachi if the provincial authorities concerned could not impose ban of the entry of infected animal from specific areas of Baluchistan province.
 
Talking to PPI , Dr Saqib Ansari said  Congo is deadly viral disease spread through a tick-bite found on animals and people who deal with dairy farming and livestock is the most likely to catch the deadly virus. He said Congo virus is new disease in Pakistan and its neighboring countries. He suspected that Congo virus disease spread in country through travelers. 
He said Congo Crimean Haemorrhagic fever (CCHF) is common in African countries and significant number of people had  died due to Congo virus in these countries so far. He said England had culled million of animals over suspicious of mad cow disease in past.   
 
Dr Ansari said prevention and management of Congo virus was difficult due to lack of blood bank system in Sindh province and also in Karachi in public sectors hospitals.
 
He expressed fears that Congo viral disease might take epidemic shape in upcoming weeks as big number of sacrificial animals would be brought in Karachi for Eid-ul-Azha. He said authorities concerned could not devise any strategy for screening and vaccination of animals so far. He said authorities should impose ban on entry of infected animals coming from specific areas of Baluchistan under precautionary measures. He said Congo viral disease could be transformed into human by eating meat of infected animal.  
 
He stressed the need of launching of an awareness campaign about the mode of transmission from animals to humans as thousands of people earned their livelihood through dairy and livestock farming. He said people needed to be informed about precautions that could be taken to protect them from the condition. He said ten Congo virus cases were reported from Baluchistan province and two from Karachi in 2014 so far.
 
He advised people to avoid purchasing animals  suffering from flu and any other kind of illness from cattle markets. He said properly cooked meat decreased the risk of catching Congo viral disease so people should adopt precautionary measures to prevent from this disease.
 
On other hand, Joint Executive Director, Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center, Dr Seemi Jamali, said a teenage boy was brought to the hospital in a very critical condition with Congo viral fever. She said that the boy was being kept in the isolation ward.  It was the first case in one of the city’s biggest health facilities where a patient with Congo virus was said to be in stable condition, she said. 
 
She said boy used to play in animal pens where he contracted this viral disease. She said body is recovering. She said staff and family members also provided anti-viral medicines to prevent them from contracting the Congo disease.
 
Earlier, 24-year-old Muhammad Kashif, the city’s first case of the year, died in a private hospital in August. Kashif was a resident of Gulberg town, Federal B Area. Kashif was a butcher by profession.

Yellow Alert issued in Malaga, Spain

Yellow Alert

MALAGA is on yellow alert, with heavy rains and storms forecast. The warning from the website Aemet, says the alert will remain active until Monday morning.
 
There is precipitated to be 20 mm of rain per hour in Ronda, Antequera, Costa del Sol, Axarquia and Guadalhorce.
 
Most of the rain will subside by Monday afternoon according to the Meteorological site.

Tornado devastates 7 villages in Jamalpur and Lalmonirhat, Bangladesh

Tornado Hampton 02.06.12

Tornado ripped into seven villages of Jamalpur and Lalmonirhat district yesterday, damaging over 200 dwelling houses.
 
Our Jamalpur correspondent reported that at least 100 houses were damaged as a tornado lashed Lauchapra village under Kamalpur union of Bakshiganj upazila in the morning.
 
Local administration sources said the storm hit the village at around 7:00am and lasted one minute. At least 60 houses were razed to the ground while 40 others partially damaged, sources added.

Houses lie ravaged as a tornado hit Lauchapra village in Bakshiganj upazila under Jamalpur district yesterday morning. PHOTO: STAR

Locals said around 800 trees were uprooted and three people injured by the violent storm. The injured are Ilias, his daughter Sathi and their neighbour Rabbani. They are undergoing treatment at a local medical centre.
 
Nazrul Islam, a member of Kamalpur Union Parishad (UP), said over 150 families of bordering Lauchapra village were badly affected as their houses were completely destroyed by the tornado.
 
Two of the five houses of Golam Mostafa, former chairman of the union parishad, were completely damaged, the UP member said.
 
Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) Ershad Hossain Khan visited the tornado-hit village. He said the local administration will give 20kg of rice, dry food and Tk 1000 to each of the affected families. “After proper assessment, the administration will give financial for the affected families to rebuild their houses,” The UNO said.

Another area lashed by tornado in Lalmonirhat Sadar upazila the same day. PHOTO: STAR

In Lalmonirhat, over 100 dwelling houses were damaged and a good number of trees uprooted by a tornado that lashed six villages in Sadar upazila of the district yesterday noon, according to our correspondent.
 
The affected villages are Roypara, Uttar Saptana, Khorarphul, Fulgachh, Shahitari and Shaheed Shahjahan Colonypara.
 
Locals said the violent storm hit the villages at around 12:00noon noon and lasted for 35 to 40 seconds.

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