Drought, storms and hail destroy crops worldwide. Some insurers say they can’t afford to offer coverage, while many farmers are underinsured. On the fields with assessors from Vereinigte Hagel, which insures half of German farms against hail damage.
Drought, storms and hail destroy crops worldwide. Some insurers say they can’t afford to offer coverage, while many farmers are underinsured.
At least seven people died, five of them in their vehicles, and the public was warned to stay indoors as gale force winds and rain swept across northern Germany. Public transport was also severely disrupted.
One day before the big military parade in Moscow, it is raining. Meteorologists have also predicted snow and rain for Tuesday. Nonetheless, the sun is likely to shine. How is that possible?
The US government has allowed more employers to opt out of providing insurance to cover women's birth control. Some hail the measure as a "religious freedom" win, while others say it harms women's health care.
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