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Finland probes mystery spike in radioactivity
Finnish authorities are investigating a mysterious spike in levels of radioactive caesium-137 detected over Helsinki.
Bermuda braces for 'dangerous hurricane' Gonzalo
Hurricane Gonzalo gained strength in the Atlantic as it barreled toward Bermuda, which was bracing for a hit from the powerful Category Four storm.
Natural disasters killed over 22,000 in 2013: Red Cross
Natural disasters claimed over 22,000 lives last year, with Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines the deadliest of all, the Red Cross said.
Hurricane Gonzalo bears down on the Bahamas
Hurricane Gonzalo churned in the Atlantic, bringing intense winds and threatening to deluge the Bahamas, US forecasters said.
Gonzalo becomes 'major hurricane' in Atlantic: US forecasters
Gonzalo strengthened to a "major hurricane" over the open Atlantic and was expected to continue gaining force, forecasters said.
Security upped at Vatican over attack fears: report
Security has been tightened in Saint Peter's Square after intelligence services intercepted a possible plan to attack the Vatican.
Toxic mine leak turns Mexico river orange
Authorities imposed restrictions on the water supply in Mexico, after toxic substances from a nearby mine reportedly turned a river orange.
Southern Kazakhstan fears cholera outbreak
A biological catastrophe may unfold in southern Kazakhstan.
Refugees and migrants face rising dangers: Amnesty
The world is becoming an increasingly dangerous place for refugees and migrants.
'Cinnamon challenge' game poses danger to lungs: report
Health experts warned Monday about serious risks from the "Cinnamon Challenge," a game popular with US teens, who ingest a spoonful of the pungent spice, then try to refrain from drinking water.
New Zealand dolphin faces extinction, group warns
Scientists have urged New Zealand to take immediate action to protect the critically endangered Maui's dolphin, amid warnings the marine mammal could become extinct by 2030.
Syria regime using missiles, barrel bombs: US
The Syrian regime has begun using missiles and barrel bombs against rebels, a top US official said Wednesday, signaling a dangerous escalation of the deadly 21-month-old conflict.
Japan's radiation monitoring unreliable: Greenpeace
Government radiation monitoring in areas near Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant is unreliable, Greenpeace charged on Tuesday, with heavily populated areas exposed to 13 times the legal limit.
Philippine massacre witnesses live in fear
Hired assassins are stalking witnesses to a Philippine massacre in which a political warlord allegedly led the slaughter of 57 people, victims' relatives and a rights group said almost two years into a complex trial.
US nuclear plant problem worse than thought: report
US nuclear regulators published an update on California's troubled San Onofre power plant Thursday, sparking an expert warning that the problem is more serious than first thought.
Epidemiologists warn about ticks wakeup in Almaty
State Sanitary and Epidemiological Supervision Department have warned Almaty city and Almaty oblast citizens about ixodic ticks wakeup.
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