Videos posted on social media showed dozens of people gathered Saturday behind the hospital in the province of Baghlan looking for their loved ones.
The brown horse nicknamed Caramelo by social media users had been balancing on two narrow strips of slippery asbestos for days in Canoas.
The “atmospheric river” deluging the Golden State shows how far infrastructure has to go to catch up to a growing nation — and a changing climate.
At the Jefferson Street shelter, migrants were left to face the deluge while carrying what possessions they could, before the city eventually reversed course.
Parents, public officials and climate advocates all say the mayor and his team were ill-prepared for the effects of a storm that was on the radar days before.
As Ophelia weakened, a new tropical storm named Philippe brewed in the Atlantic.
Thousands of Libyans have lost family members, friends and neighbors in the devastating floods that engulfed the country's east.
Libya's general prosecutor said that prosecutors would investigate the collapse of the two dams, which were built in the 1970s, as well as the allocation of maintenance funds.
Teams have buried bodies in mass graves outside the city and in nearby towns, Eastern Libya’s health minister, Othman Abduljaleel, said.
The Libyan Red Crescent said 10,100 people also remain missing.