Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
The Royal Family Sep 19
‘I was deeply saddened to learn of the loss of life and the devastation caused by . Prince Philip and I send our sincere condolences to all the victims, to those who have lost loved ones, and to those who have seen their homes and property destroyed' Elizabeth R
Reply Retweet Like
China Xinhua News Sep 19
A glass panel of a skyscraper fell to the ground when a journalist was doing a live report in Shenzhen, China.
Reply Retweet Like
China Xinhua News Sep 18
Tree toppled, crane falling and pedestrians swept off their feet, as sweeps across southern China
Reply Retweet Like
China Daily Sep 17
Ferocious super typhoon batters south
Reply Retweet Like
Harbhajan Turbanator Sep 18
My heart goes out to the ones affected in , , and by the . Been seeing some really upsetting images. Hope you all come back stronger!
Reply Retweet Like
💖 RANGERCAT P J S M 💜 Sep 17
Happy ! Hope all have a great week...G B all! I'm purring for all, especially those affected by please keep safe! Also I hope the political strife in my city ends soon! I'm just Loafing aroind in this picture
Reply Retweet Like
Kristie Lu Stout✌🏽 Sep 17
My hiking path after the storm. 💨🍃🇭🇰
Reply Retweet Like
Sky News Sep 17
"If you look behind me you can see it looks like they just found another body" - our Asia correspondent is in the Philippines where has left at least 40 people missing after a mountain slope collapsed. Read the full story here:
Reply Retweet Like
SCMP News Nov 16
2 months after : here's the storm, as seen from space
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Dept of Defense Oct 31
That’s thanks enough 🐶! Petty Officer 3rd Class Anna Vollmar makes a new friend during a break in rebuilding a home damaged by in Rota, part of the .
Reply Retweet Like
Sky News Sep 18
has devastated the Philippines, leaving at least 65 people dead and more than 40 trapped in a landslide. Our correspondent is there as search efforts continue. Read the full story here:
Reply Retweet Like
China Xinhua News Sep 21
Commuters climbed through fallen trees to get to work in Shenzhen, China, on the first day after hit land
Reply Retweet Like
Rotary International Sep 19
. is working with members in the area to asses the situation and understand how to provide help as quickly as possible.
Reply Retweet Like
RT Sep 19
Reporter cheats death as typhoon-ravaged skyscraper debris hurtles to ground (VIDEO)
Reply Retweet Like
Canadian Red Cross Sep 24
See how Red Cross is helping millions of people affected by that struck the Philippines, Hong Kong, Macau, and China last week. The Canadian Red Cross works closely with the Philippine Red Cross to help communities be better prepared for disasters:
Reply Retweet Like
Del. Kilili Sablan Oct 28
The federal government is expected to approve this week a $2.7 million Disaster Recovery National Dislocated Worker Grant to help the CNMI recover from the damage caused by , the U.S. Department of Labor told the congressional office.
Reply Retweet Like
China Daily Sep 19
Hong Kong begins slow recovery after batters city
Reply Retweet Like
IFRC Intl. Federation #RedCross #RedCrescent Sep 20
Ferocious has left communities in north-east Philippines reeling. This is what happened.
Reply Retweet Like
OCHA Philippines Oct 29
Our infographic (red) compares its track with (grey). It is anticipated that the impact will be similar, w/ greatest damage to agricultural crops, houses & increased potential for landslides in mountainous areas & flooding
Reply Retweet Like
candyjsakai Sep 30
Good the typhoon is gone。My experience about the typhoon
Reply Retweet Like