The Indian Navy Wednesday launched operations to evacuate 800 tourists stranded on an island in India's Andaman and Nicobar Island archipelago amid heavy rains.
The number of people in southern Africa needing food aid and related assistance has risen by more than a million to 13.8 million since July, the UN said Tuesday.
At least 13 people have been reported dead in central Vietnam's most recent spate of floodings.
A senior Palestinian official on Monday criticized the Israeli government for several arrests in connection with wildfires that have left large swathes of the country ravaged.
Nearly three dozen people, most from the Palestinian territories, have been arrested on suspicion of arson since the outbreak of wildfires across the country, Israeli radio said Sunday.
A flooding crisis which plagued several Italian regions in the past 48 hours eased on Saturday, leaving authorities the task of assessing the damage and looking for survivors from the natural...
Wildfires in Israel, some of which are believed to have been caused by arson, have spread further, including to areas of the West Bank, injuring at least three people seriously, authorities said...
At least nine people have been killed in Costa Rica in the wake of late-season Hurricane Otto, the government said Friday.
Some 20 children have frozen to death in the northern Afghan province of Jowzjan and dozens of others are at risk, an official said on Friday.
Firefighters in Israel warned Friday that their networks were on the verge of collapse after five days of fighting blazes in the north of the country, while 14 suspects were arrested on suspicion...
Italy's biggest chocolate confectionery factory, which produces Nutella and Kinder eggs and other well-known products, will shut temporarily on Thursday due to severe weather, parent company...
Around 60,000 people have had to leave their homes in Haifa as severe bush fires burn in and around Israel's third-largest city, The Times of Israel reported Thursday.
Tokyo residents experienced the first November snowfall in 54 years on Thursday as a cold air mass brought snow to eastern Japan, weather authorities said.
The United States launched a "revolutionary" new weather satellite from Cape Canaveral in Florida on Saturday, the Washington Post reported.
Four people have died in flash floods which swept over South Africa's economic metropole Johannesburg and nearby areas, the South African Government News Agency reported Thursday.