Series of earthquakes with magnitudes of 4 to 5 European macroseismic scale were registered yesterday and today, 50 kilometers southeast of Skopje, Makfax reported. 4-quakes were centered around the town of Sveti Nikole, reported by the seismological institute in the Macedonian capital.
Victims of an explosion and fire in a gaming hall in the Ukrainian city of Dnipropetrovsk reached 10 people. Ten more were admitted to hospital, News agency reported. The blast erupted about 45 minutes after midnight in a hall located on the ground floor of five-storey residential house of one of the central boulevards in the city.
There is a danger of a second wave of swine flu, warned the newspaper "Figaro." According to scientists a new outbreak is typical of influenza virus and doctors offices around the world should not be consoled, while President Filipe Calderon of Mexico has announced that the flu epidemic is controlled in the country.
No contaminated pork in Europe and there is no threat to livestock in Cyprus and Greece, assures the famous Greek professor Spyros Kiriakis, pointing out that Cyprus has a very good pig and the big fuss about this virus causes only damage reported ANA-MPA.
Nearly 300 guests and staff of a hotel in Hong Kong, which were held under forced quarantine as part of the prevention of new viruses are released, the BBC reported. We recall, they were held in hotel "Metropol", because one of staying there, was registered virus "swine flu". The measure of the authorities was welcomed by the sharp reaction from both experts and the guests.
An earthquake measuring 5.6 on the Richter scale struck on Friday the Argentine provinces of Mendoza and San Juan, about 1200 km. Northwestern city of Buenos Aires. This RIA Novosti reported. The quake's epicenter was 120 km.
The first recipient of three suffering from popularity as "swine" flu "were registered in Japan. Three men in Japan infected with swine flu H1N1, the Japanese agency Kyodo forward, told News Agency. Three infected - an elderly man and two teenagers - had returned from Canada in Detroit, USA.
Floods and mudslides have killed at least 39 people in Brazil. Heavy rains have left more than 300 people without a roof over your head, reported Monday. Sanitation in many cities across the country are worrying and fear the occurrence of the epidemic grows.