President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi arrived in Jiroft Airport, Kerman province, on Friday to follow up on the situation of flood hit areas in the southeastern province.
Initial estimates suggest losses from flash floods that affected areas in south and southeast Iran earlier this week could amount to nearly $180 million.
President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi highlighted the need for immediately helping those affected by recent floods in the country’s southern provinces.
President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi has ordered his energy minister to visit the country’s provinces hardly hit by floods and follow up on the relief operations underway in the affected areas.
As the U.S. military continues construction of a controversial new base at Henoko Bay, Okinawa, the recent discovery of extreme levels of highly toxic "forever chemicals" in local waterways and groundwater has renewed long-standing opposition to the American occupation of large portions of the Japanese archipelago.
Three people are missing and feared dead after a wind-stoked wildfire roared through two towns in Boulder County, Colorado, prompting thousands of evacuations and destroying nearly 1,000 homes, authorities said on Saturday.
Recent scientific research has found that, by 2050, the key drivers of major climate change will be feedback loops at both ends of the temperature spectrum.
A powerful 7.5-magnitude earthquake struck eastern Indonesia on Tuesday triggering a tsunami warning, the meteorological department said, which sent startled residents out into the streets, but there was no immediate word on any casualties or damage.
Iran’s permanent ambassador to the UN says the United States’ unlawful sanctions against the country have barred Iran’s access to financial resources to tackle climate change, and hampered the Islamic Republic's significant steps to address the worldwide challenge.
Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh has called on the international community to launch an investigation into the issue of the illegal Zionist entity’s burial of nuclear, chemical and solid waste in the West Bank, citing increasing cancer rates in the occupied territory.