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At least 10 dead in Indonesia flooding

At least 10 people were dead and eight others missing after flashfloods swept through parts of Sumatra island, the Indonesian province of Bengkulu on April 26, according to the provincial disaster mitigation committee. ​
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Meeting marks Natural Disaster Prevention and Control Day

The Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control, in collaboration with the United Nations in Vietnam, held a meeting in Hanoi on May 20 in response to Vietnam’s Natural Disaster Prevention and Control Day (May 22) with the theme “Joining hands for a society safe from natural disasters.”
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Localities asked to brace for natural disasters

The municipal and provincial Steering Committees for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control have been urged to closely monitor the development of calamities such as flood, flashflood, and landslide.
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Measures discussed to brace for approaching storm

The Central Steering Committee for Flood and Storm Prevention and Control convened a meeting in Hanoi on November 28 to discuss urgent measures to cope with storm Sinlaku, the fourth to hit the East Sea this year, as it is heading towards the south central coast of Vietnam.
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North braces for more heavy rain

The sixth tropical storm of this year, formed in the south of Hoang Sa archipelago, and is expected to bring heavy rains to northern and central-northern regions on August 7.