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Tourism in tatters: Flood swamps Russia’s Black Sea resorts
The flooding in Russia's south has brought not only devastation, but disrupted vacations for thousands of tourists. The Krasnodar region, is now striving to restore its paralyzed travel network to salvage the holiday season.

08.07.2012 12:50

After the flood: Officials fight deluge of 'man-made' Internet conspiracies
As authorities struggle with the aftermath of a massive flood which killed over 170 in Russia’s south, conspiracy theories on the deluge’s nature are popping up all over the Internet, provoking heated debates and forcing officials to respond.

08.07.2012 12:26

White night profits: St. Petersburg hotels count the cash
Hotels in Russia’s northern capital St. Petersburg are counting their profits after their busy season of the so-called White Nights. The six-week season typically brings in roughly half of their annual income.

06.07.2012 02:00

The Heart for Havel wax sculpture melts in Czech Republic
The heart shaped sculpture commemorating the late Czech President Vaclav Havel is melting from the heat in the town of Litomysl. Local authorities are searching for a solution to preserve the monument.

04.07.2012 12:51

State of emergency declared across Mid-Atlantic after deadly storms, heat wave (PHOTOS)
Violent storms in the DC area have killed at least 13 people, uprooted thousands of trees and left over 1.3 million homes and businesses without power across the Mid-Atlantic during a powerful heat wave. Popular Internet services went down too.

30.06.2012 23:49

Russian weathermen refute conspiracy to rain on opposition’s parade
The head of Russia’s main meteorological center has said that it would have been physically impossible to cause an artificial rainstorm during a recent opposition march.

19.06.2012 13:10

Ominous 'mushroom cloud' lours over Beijing skies (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
Video and photos of an unusual glowing multi-colored ”mushroom cloud” hanging over Beijing skyline scared internet users who couldn’t make out what it was.

19.06.2012 08:52

Sunny future: Humankind faces huge solar storms
Get ready for some solar action as Earth heads into a period of increased solar activity with a peak in flares predicted for 2013. Scientists say the number of solar storms will be the highest for a decade.

31.05.2012 19:50

Midweek cold snap to interrupt Moscow heat wave
If you are dying in the Moscow heat, rejoice: cold weather is making its way back to the Russian capital, bringing rains and thunderstorms.

21.05.2012 17:04

Lightning strikes Hollande's plane en route to Berlin, forces return to Paris
The newly inaugaurated French President has struck out on his very first official trip. Forces of nature stopped Francois Holland on his way to a symbolic and much-anticipated meeting with German Chancellor Merkel.

15.05.2012 16:23

Reign over Scotland: Prince Charles tries shift as weatherman
TV viewers in Britain were startled at the sight of a new weather presenter – Prince Charles. Turns out the Prince of Wales decided to try his hand at reading the weather forecast on BBC Scotland.

10.05.2012 22:45

One killed, scores injured as tornado rips through Japan (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
A massive tornado has swept through eastern Japan, killing a teenager and injuring dozens of others. The twister ripped roofs of buildings, smashed windows and toppled heavy billboards.

06.05.2012 13:54