Residents on the US East Coast are running out of time to flee as Hurricane Florence edges in. Although it has weakened, cities on the Atlantic coast are still bracing for disaster. As states of emergency are declared and more than a million people forced inland.
The UN says the evacuation of civilians from eastern Ghouta is expected today, as the US warns there must be a ceasefire in Syria.…
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More than 1,700 people have been evacuated near the Kilauea volcano as hot lava continues to flow and high levels of sulfuric gas threaten the air.
The dangerous volcanic eruption of Kilauea volcano on May 3, destroyed homes and forced evacuations.
Volcanic activity on the Big Island of Hawaii resumed this week, opening new vents as residents continue to evacuate.
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Evacuations were already underway in Massachusetts.