Friday, September 14, 2007
Thursday, September 13, 2007
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Posted by Kennedy Kimaro at 9/13/2007 08:40:00 PM
NAIROBI (Thomson Financial) - African nations neighbouring the Indian Ocean on Wednesday warned of a possible tsunami after an earthquake struck off the west coast of the Indonesian island of Sumatra, officials said.
The Kenyan authorities advised residents along the coastal region to keep off the beaches and remain alert, warning that a tsunami was expected.
'An earthquake hit southern Sumatra, Asia at 2:10 pm (1110 GMT). A massive tsunami is expected to hit the Kenyan coast at 11.39 pm (2039 GMT) tonight. This is when the tide is high,' government spokesman Alfred Mutua said in a statement.
'The government is asking all people to evacuate from the beach areas. This is to be noted by all beach hotels and people residing next to the beach,' the statement added.
Neighbouring Tanzania's meteorological agency also issued a warning urging residents living along the coastline and on the islands of Zanzibar and Pemba to be vigilant.
'The earthquake has generated a tsunami. It is expected that the tsunami waves will hit Tanzania coastal areas as from 11:30 pm (2030 GMT) tonight,' the agency said in a statement.
The government of Mauritius issued a tsunami issued the alert that was broadcast on radio stations, urging the tiny Indian Ocean island's inhabitants to keep off beaches at night.
A response committee was formed and residents in some of the most exposed coastal regions were encouraged to gather in designated areas for the night.
Earlier, a massive 8.2-magnitude earthquake struck off Sumatra island, toppling buildings. It triggered an Indonesian tsunami alert, which was rapidly called off.
Indonesia has endured repeated major quakes in recent years, including the 2004 quake that unleashed a tsunami across the Indian Ocean.
It killed over 220,000 people in a dozen countries including some 168,000 in the Indonesian province of Aceh alone.
That tsunami killed around 300 people in Somalia, caused damage in Africa's Indian Ocean islands of the Seychelles and Mauritius. It also hit the coasts of Kenya and Tanzania.
Posted by Kennedy Kimaro at 9/13/2007 06:42:00 PM
Wednesday, September 12, 2007
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
Sept. 12: New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani warns death toll will be in the thousands at thetrade center. Firefighters continue to douse flames in New York and Washington. Bush labelsattacks "acts of war" and asks Congress to devote $20 billion to help rebuild and recover.
America is Attacked
World Trade Center
Sept. 13: Fighting back tears, Bush vows that America will "lead the world to victory" overterrorism in a struggle he termed the first war of the 21st century. Secretary of State ColinPowell identifies Osama Bin Laden as the prime suspect. The United States will respond with asustained military campaign, not a single strike, Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz says.Air travel resumes.
Haya ndio Maajabu ya Mungu yanapatikana Norway sio Mwanza tu
ndio kuna mawe yaliojipanga kwa mvuto
Katika Dunia Hii ambayo muumba ni mmoja
yeye ndiye alipanga Dunia itakuwa vipi
Hebu angali maeneo yanavyotunzwa kwa umakini
yanapendeza kwa kweli Je sisi tunashindwa nini na Mwanza yetu!
Posted by Kennedy Kimaro at 9/11/2007 01:18:00 AM