In the aftermath of the devastating earthquake in Nepal, getting aid to people in isolated mountain villages has been especially difficult.
Nepal is distancing itself more and more from its powerful neighbor India and turning to China. But more dependence on Beijing could entail certain risks for the developing country, says DW’s Frank Sieren.
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has been a constant threat since the current eruption began in 1983. But things just got real, with a series of earthquakes and new fiery fissures, sending residents fleeing for shelter.
A deadly 6.4 magnitude quake has devastated the eastern city of Hualien. Rescuers are searching for at least 60 people who are still missing, while more than 250 people have been injured, some critically.
The Dutch government plans to halt extraction at the Groningen gas field by 2030 to limit the danger posed by earthquakes. But shuttering a field that supplies gas to 90 percent of the Dutch homes will not be easy.
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