Seguimento Ásia - 2008

Tópico em 'África, Ásia e Oceânia' iniciado por Minho 4 Jan 2008 às 17:30.

  1. Minho

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    Times of India


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  2. Mário Barros

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    Tempestade no deserto

    Enquanto parte da população iraniana diverte-se com a queda de neve, a outra parte sofre com as temperaturas extremas, nalguns casos de 10ºC negativos. A onda de frio, agravada por uma tempestade de neve nas últimas 24h, já provocou a morte de pelo menos 21 pessoas. Devido ao mau tempo, registaram-se muitos acidentes de viação e várias estradas estão cortadas, tendo sido encerradas escolas e repartições públicas, e cancelados vários voos. Pela primeira vez, a parte ocidental do deserto de Dashte Lut, no centro do país - conhecido pelas altas temperaturas - está coberta de neve.

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    Os países do Médio Oriente tem vindo a sofrer com o frio nos ultimos anos ainda o ano passado nevou em Israel e arredores :lmao::lmao: maldito CO2.
     
  3. Vicente Limberg

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    Almaty -13 °C Nevoeiro pouco espesso
    Astana -29 °C Partículas de gelo suspensas no ar
    Bishkek -12 °C Neblina (Sensação Térmica: -20 °C)
    Dushanbe -6 °C Céu limpo
    Samarcanda -9 °C Parcialmente nublado
    Tashkent -5 °C Fumo
    Aşgabat -5 °C Céu Encoberto
    Cabul -7 °C Desconhecido(a)
     
  4. Luis França

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  5. Brigantia

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  6. Brigantia

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    Até em Bagdad:confused:
     
  7. Dan

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    Um dia bem frio também na Turquia.

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    ERZURUM               	-13.6	-31.8
    KARS                      	-15.8	-32.2
    ANKARA/ESENBOGA	-7.6	-21.0
    IZMIR/A. MENDERES	12.6	-4.8
    ISTANBUL/ATATURK	10.3	-2.1
    
     
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  8. Luis França

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    Kamchatka is Fighting Damage Caused by Powerful Snow Cyclone

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    The air service between Kamchatka and continent blocked due to the snowfall and poor visibility was renewed
    VLADIVOSTOK, January 13, vladivostoktimes.com Kamchatka is fighting the damage caused by the powerful snow cyclone, RIA Novosti (News) informs.
    Yesterday the Pacific atmospheric vortex brought heavy snowfalls to the peninsula. According to weather forecasters, the amount of precipitation came to 20% of monthly norm, and the snow depth grew 70 - 120 centimeters in different districts.


    Tajikistan: Energy Shortages, Extreme Cold Create Crisis Situation

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    A crippling shortage of energy, combined with severe weather conditions, have left many people living in cold, dark homes in Tajikistan and other parts of Central Asia. Coupled with increasing prices for food and gasoline, it's creating a miserable winter for many.
    Official meetings and press conferences in Tajikistan these days reveal the extent of the problem. Freezing temperatures have forced people to wrap themselves in coats and scarves inside their offices and homes.
    Temperatures in Tajikistan and elsewhere in Central Asia have dropped below minus 20 degrees Celsius in some areas. Heavy snowfalls and avalanches have disrupted public transport in many cities and villages. Some bus drivers who are brave enough to go on the icy roads have been charging passengers twice the price for tickets.
    At least 80 people have been stranded on a mountainous road in Tajikistan for nearly three weeks after an avalanche wiped out a section of highway linking the capital, Dushanbe, to the country's north. At least three people died in the incident, while the others -- children and women among them -- have been waiting weeks to be rescued, and help has not yet arrived.
     
  9. Vince

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    http://afp.google.com/article/ALeqM5j-kXUWcSYtXW8oI4oZHDUg5x1LAg
     
  10. Mário Barros

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    Emergency warning for Siberia as temperatures plunge

    MOSCOW (AFP) - Expected temperatures of as low as minus 55 degrees Celsius (minus 67 degrees Fahrenheit) in Siberia prompted weather warnings from Russia's Emergency Situations Ministry on Wednesday.

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    The ministry warned the unusually cold weather could kill, cause frost-bite, cut electricity to homes, disrupt transport, increase the rate of car accidents and even destroy buildings across Siberia.

    In a statement, the ministry ordered regional departments to be on high alert and to contact local administration officials to prepare for the extreme chill expected to last until January 21.

    Average temperatures in large Siberian cities in January usually range between minus 15 degrees Celsius and minus 39 degrees Celsius, according to data from the US site weatherbase.com.

    Two people have already died in the region of Irkutsk in central Siberia, Russian state television reported. More than 30 others have been hospitalised in Irkutsk with frost-bite.

    The freezing temperatures have also caused overloading of electricity grids because of heaters being switched on. That caused cut-offs to thousands of homes in the regions of Irkutsk and Tomsk, state media reported.

    Schools have been closed down in at least four regions because of the cold.

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    Isto está a andar bem :cold::cold: a linha da temperatura global está quase a curvar...-55ºC na Sibéria ena pá.
     
  11. Gerofil

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    Neve ameaça planos de viagem de centenas de milhões de pessoas

    Os nevões na China causaram a confusão no sistema de transportes, noticiou hoje a imprensa estatal chinesa, no início do período mais caótico nos transportes do país, na quadra do Novo Ano Lunar. Um total de 179 milhões de pessoas, o equivalente à população do Brasil, vai viajar de comboio durante a quadra, que se inicia a 19 de Fevereiro e acaba a 02 de Março, naquela que é conhecida como a maior vaga migratória anual humana.
    Nesta quadra de ano novo - a maior festa familiar da cultura chinesa, equivalente ao Natal no Ocidente - as autoridades chinesas prevêem mais de 2,2 mil milhões de viagens de comboio, autocarro e avião, de acordo com a agência noticiosa oficial chinesa Nova China. A queda de neve muito superior ao normal no centro e no leste da China fez pelo menos 21 mortos e deixou centenas de milhares de pessoas isoladas ao tentar regressar a casa para passar o Novo Ano Lunar.
    A neve levou ao encerramento de auto-estradas e ao cancelamento de centenas de voos nas províncias de Hubei, Henan, Shandong, Jiangsu e Anhui, onde os nevões foram os maiores dos últimos 17 anos. Segundo a Nova China, as autoridades ordenaram o encerramento de mais de mil quilómetros de auto-estradas só em Hubei, o que provocou o cancelamento de mais de 8.800 saídas de autocarros de longa distância, obrigando 300.000 passageiros a mudar os planos de viagem.

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  12. Luis França

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    Rising Seas Threaten China's Sinking Coastal Cities

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    Waters off the industrial port city of Tianjin, 60 miles (100 kilometers) southeast of Beijing, rose by 7.72 inches (20 centimeters) over the past three decades, the administration said.
    Seas off the business hub of Shanghai have risen by 4.53 inches (11.5 centimeters) over the same period, the report said.

    Administration experts said global climate change and the sinking of coastal land due to the pumping of ground water were the major causes behind rising water levels.
     
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  14. Mário Barros

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    Snow snarls transport, strands thousands in China

    Heavy snow and rain closed airports, highways and train lines across central and eastern China on Saturday, stranding tens of thousands of travelers and threatening to block food supplies.

    Snowfall since mid-January has been "the heaviest in a decade," affecting about 32.9 million people and causing an estimated 6.23 billion yuan ($865 million) of damage, the official Xinhua news agency said.

    The snow has collapsed homes, caused power blackouts and destroyed crops, causing the deaths of dozens of people in weather-related accidents.

    By disrupting food supplies, the weather could also fuel inflation, which hit an 11-year high of 4.8 percent last year, becoming a major economic and social problem for the government.

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20080126/wl_nm/china_weather_snow_dc_1
     
  15. Dan

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