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PETALING JAYA: The devastation caused by the bushfires in Australia is something that Malaysian Desmond Flaivel has never seen before and describes the aftermath akin to a war zone.
SYDNEY: Flooding rivers swamped towns along Australia’s east coast forcing tens of thousands of people to be evacuated as fast-flowing waters cut roads and destroyed bridges after the remnants of a powerful cyclone swept through the region.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Flooding rivers swamped towns along Australia's east coast on Friday forcing tens of thousands of people to be evacuated as fast-flowing waters cut roads and destroyed bridges after the remnants of a powerful cyclone swept through the region.
Brisbane (Australia) (AFP) - Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated from towns in two Australian states as authorities warned Friday there could be deaths from severe flooding caused by ex-tropical cyclone.
SYDNEY: Authorities ordered the evacuation of large parts of a major town of more than 25,000 people in eastern Australia as a storm system generated by a powerful cyclone that pummelled the northeast two days ago swept down the coast with heavy rain.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian authorities told 40,000 people to evacuate to higher ground on Thursday as a storm system generated by a powerful cyclone that pummelled the northeast two days ago swept down the coast with heavy rain.
AVDIYIVKA, Ukraine (Reuters) - A week-long surge in violence in and around the government-held town of Avdiyivka in eastern Ukraine appeared to be winding down on Monday, as schools reopened and power and water supplies resumed following the worst clashes in months.
SYDNEY (AFP) - Wild weather which has smashed into Australia’s east coast and whipped up giant waves on Sydney beaches has left at least three people dead and others missing, police said Monday as the clean-up began.
SYDNEY: The east coast of Australia, including Sydney, was battered by a freak storm with trees uprooted and thousands left without power.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Torrential rain and high winds battered Australia's east coast on Sunday, leaving up to 26,000 homes without power while flooding forced hundreds of people into evacuation centres.