Posts Tagged ‘islanders’

St. Vincent’s La Soufriere volcano ERUPTS as thousands of islanders flee 8km-high ash plume (VIDEOS)

The La Soufriere volcano on the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent has erupted after more than 16,000 residents were evacuated by the local government, following increased volcanic activity. Dramatic footage shared online shows the volcano’s enormous ash plumes, which have risen as high as 10 kilometers and travelled around six kilometers east from the […]

Roads turned into rivers, mass blackouts and hundreds of islanders are evacuated as Cyclone Gita slams Samoa (VIDEOS, PHOTOS)

     Residents in Samoa hope the worst is over as tropical cyclone Gita moves away from the island nation after wreaking havoc. Power has been cut and more than 200 people have been evacuated from their homes after major flooding, which include main roads in the capital city of Apia. A category 2 cyclone warning […]

Faroe Islanders slaughter whales by hand in annual hunt (GRAPHIC PHOTOS, VIDEO)

The process, known as Grindadráp, or Grind, involves dozens of pilot whales and dolphins being driven into shallow waters by fishermen in boats and dinghies each year. From there, a group of people in the water and on the beach pull the mammals closer to shore, where they are killed by hand – a process […]

On the pursuit of real information: Michael Best

Lars Schall (LS) : Lars Schall talked with Michael Best, the publisher of the new research web site „Glomar Disclosure“, about his current efforts to make important information publicly available. Lars Schall: Tell us first a bit about your background related to your education and training, please. What has influenced you and what professional path […]

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