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Archive for December 13th, 2014

Nanjing Holocaust Commemorated in China

Posted by feww on December 13, 2014

First state commemoration of the Nanjing Massacre held in China

Addressing the first state commemoration of Nanjing Massacre Victims, the Chinese President Xi said the massacre, committed by Japanese aggressors, was one of three major massacres during WWII. It was an atrocious anti-human crime and a dark page in the history of humanity, he said, Xinhua reported.

“Anyone who tries to deny the massacre will not be allowed by history, the souls of the 300,000 deceased victims, the 1.3 billion Chinese people, and all people who love peace and justice in the world,” said Xi.

“In February 2014, China’s top legislature designated Dec. 13 as the National Memorial Day for Nanjing Massacre Victims to mourn those killed by Japanese invaders and expose war crimes committed by the Japanese,” said Xinhua.

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Deadly Landslide Buries Indonesian Village

Posted by feww on December 13, 2014

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Landslide kills or injures dozens, leaves scores missing

A major landslide buried a village in central Java, Indonesia, killing or injuring dozens of people, leaving score of of others missing and forcing hundreds to evacuate the area.

At least 17 corpses have so far been recovered. The rescuers  found 15 victims alive, 11 of whom have been seriously injured. Scores of others are reportedly missing after Friday’s landslide which occurred after an extreme rain event pounded Banjarnegara district in central Java, said officials.


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Deadly Mudslides Hit SoCal

Posted by feww on December 13, 2014

Storm triggers deadly mudslides in Southern California

Heavy rain and high winds brought by a Pacific storm lashed Southern California, triggering flash floods and mudslides that killed at least one person, and damaged scores of homes, forcing the evacuation of thousands of residents.

In Glendora, a suburb of Los Angeles, where a major wildfire had scorched the land, mudslides blocked several roads and prompted the authorities to place at least 1,000 homes under evacuation orders.

In Camarillo Springs, a town located about 75km NW of LA, mudslide destroyed about 20 homes.

The storm dumped about 4 cm of rain in Downtown Los Angeles on Friday, reports said.

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