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Heavy rains and winds lashed the two eastern Indian states of Odisha and West Bengal hours before a powerful cyclone made landfall on Wednesday, May 20, with rescue teams evacuating millions of villagers to higher ground in an operation complicated by the coronavirus pandemic.
The weather department in India said Cyclone Amphan had slowed and was likely to cross the coast near West Bengal State or Bangladesh around 2:30 p.m. (0900 GMT).
An Indian federal home ministry official said West Bengal and neighboring Odisha state were struggling to house thousands of evacuees as existing shelters were being used as coronavirus quarantine centers.
Extra shelters were being prepared in wholesale markets and government buildings with allowances made for social distancing, while masks and scarves were being distributed among the villagers.
Police in West Bengal State, which is expected to be badly affected by the storm, said people were unwilling to go to the shelters because they were afraid of contracting COVID-19 and many were refusing to leave their livestock behind.
Railway officials have diverted trains away from the cyclone’s path to protect thousands of migrant workers traveling to Odisha and West Bengal from the capital, New Delhi, where they had lost their jobs due to the coronavirus lockdown.
flight to Israel with virus aid for Palestinians"
Except for Jordan and Egypt, Arab countries have no official relations with Israel but Persian Gulf Arab nations like the UAE and the Zionist state have been warming ties recently.
Riot police were deployed in force as youths set cars ablaze in some low-income housing estates in the Paris suburbs overnight, online news reports and postings on Twitter showed on Wednesday, amid tensions heightened by the coronavirus lockdown.
The latest unrest in the banlieues — high-rise, low-income neighborhoods — flared after an 18-year old died last weekend in a motorbike accident in the suburb of Argenteuil.
An investigation into the death of Sabri Choubi was ongoing, said the prosecutor’s department for the district of Pontoise, which handles judicial matters for Argenteuil. It added that initial findings did not show Choubi’s motorcycle had been in a collision with a police car, as some of the victim’s associates had alleged.
Officials at the Paris police department could not be immediately reached for comment on the unrest overnight, but the AnonymeCitoyen Twitter feed and residents in the suburb of Argenteuil posted videos and photographs of burnt-out cars and riot police in the area.
Residents in the nearby suburb of Bezons also posted videos on Twitter of a large fire, though it was unclear what was burning. France’s banlieues are frequently flashpoints of anger over social and economic inequality and allegations of heavy-handed policing.
protests in Chile over food shortage in lockdown"
Published on May 20, 2020
Clashes between residents and police broke out in the poor El Bosque neighborhood of Santiago on Monday, May 18, with people complaining about a lack of food and work due to the lockdown currently being imposed on the Chilean capital to help contain the coronavirus.
A group of protesters threw rocks, shouted, and burned piles of wood along a street in the destitute neighborhood on Santiago's southern fringe. Images on local television showed police spraying tear gas and water cannons to disperse the growing crowd.
The municipality said in a statement that families were going hungry in the poorest sectors of El Bosque, a neighborhood where many work informally, or not at all. The city district has been under quarantine since mid-April, city officials said in a statement.
Santiago is one of Latin America's most prosperous cities. But a stark rich-poor divide and a growing sense of inequality prompted mass protests in late 2019. Many of the demands lodged by protesters last year, from increased pensions to higher pay, remain unresolved.
Chile's center-right president, Sebastian Pinera, said in a televised address later on Monday that his government would deliver 2.5 million baskets of food and cleaning supplies directly to homes by late this week or early next.
Chile surpassed 40,000 cases of the new coronavirus last week amid a sharp spike in infections that has seen hospitals approach collapse in the weeks ahead of the Southern Hemisphere winter. The country now has 46,059 total cases and 478 deaths.
"2 Michigan dams breached
& thousands evacuated"
Published on May 20, 2020
Two breached dams caused by several days of rainfall and rising water on Tuesday forced the evacuation of about 10,000 people in mid-Michigan, where the governor said one downtown could be “under approximately 9 feet of water” by morning.
For the second time in less than 24 hours, families living along two lakes and a river were ordered Tuesday to leave home.
The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch for locations along the Tittabawassee River after the breach at the Edenville Dam in Midland County, about 140 miles (225.31 kilometers) north of Detroit and the Sanford Dam, about seven miles (11.26 kilometers) downriver from Edenville
“Extremely dangerous flash flooding is ongoing along the Tittabawassee River in Midland county due to catastrophic dam failures at the Edenville and Sanford dams,” the weather service said on its website, noting that anyone near the river should seek higher ground immediately, be prepared for immediate evacuations, and not drive into flooded roadways. “This flooding will continue all along the length of the river in Midland county, and possibly extending into Saginaw county where a Flash Flood Watch is also in effect.”
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer late Tuesday declared a state of emergency for Midland County and urged residents threatened by the flooding to evacuate the area. She said shelters have opened across the county and are available to residents who need a place to go.
"This is unlike anything we've seen in Midland County," she said. "If you have a family member or loved one who lives in another part of the state, go there now."
Whitmer said downtown Midland faced an especially serious flooding threat. "In the next 12 to 15 hours, downtown Midland could be under approximately 9 feet of water. We are anticipating an historic high water level."
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