• Almost million affected and 124 dead during historic Nile river floods in Sudan

    Nile river during the September 2020 has reached the highest level in history in Sudan. In the regions, where Blue and White Nile are meeting is situation the most critical. Sudanese capital, Khartoum, is under water, too. Floodwater, furthermore, threats ancient pyramids in the region. Already almost 1 million people ...
  • Nile river with the highest levels in over 100 years (since records began), threatens ancient ...

    The authorities in Sudan are trying to protect the country's ancient pyramids from flooding. Severe storms and heavy rains caused along River Nile severe floods and mainly region of Blue Nile has reached recorded levels. At least 110 people have died and over 100 000 homes were seriously damaged or ...
  • Equatorial and subequatorial Africa is fighting with wide-spread floods

    First decade of September 2020 in equatorial and subequatorial Africa is accompanied with severe storms and wide-spead flooding. In many states will continue summer stormy period with deadly effects and displacing of hundred-thousands. Severe conditions are reported mainly from Nigeria, Niger, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Senegal, Chad, Sudan, South Sudan, Cameroon ...