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Suav neeg tuaj saib, txij hnub 17/09/2010 los mus.

    Dej nyab nyob Pakistan

    Tswv Cuab Hmong Catholique
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    Dej nyab nyob Pakistan

    Post  Mim on 3rd August 2010, 6:14 pm

    Los nag hlob hlob tau peb hnub thaum lub xya hli kawg ua rau dej nyab nyob Pakistan. Hnub Chiv 8 hli tim 1, lawv hais news tawm tias muaj txog 1100 leej neeg tau tuag vim cov dej nyab. Nej saib daim vodeo no zoo li txaus ntshai kawg li!!

    Maiv Paj Lug
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    Re: Dej nyab nyob Pakistan

    Post  Maiv Paj Lug on 4th August 2010, 10:41 am

    Ua tsaug koj tuaj tso daim video no rau peb tau saib os niamlaus Mim, lawv yeej qhauj TV qhov txhia chaw li, tiam sis kuv tseem pom tsis tseeb npaum daim video koj tuaj tso hauv no.

    Dej ntws ceev kawg, txaus ntshai kawg li, dej kuj tsis tob thiab tab sis khiav ceev dhau lamw ces yog leej twg raug dej tshoob yeej kawg sawv tsis taus....xam rau cov laus thiab cov mi nyuam ces kawg tuaj ntau thaum dej tshoob lawm xwb.

    Thov Huab Tais Tswv Ntuj pab kom lawv rov tau kev thaj yeeb, vim lawv raug kev txom nyeem heev.

    <3 <3 Pab kuv rov los cuag koj Huab Tais Yesxus <3 <3
    Maiv Tooj
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    Re: Dej nyab nyob Pakistan

    Post  Maiv Tooj on 4th August 2010, 7:39 pm

    Nyob zoo Mim thiab Maiv Paj Lug,

    Tu siab kawg nkaus, twb txom txom nyem los tseem raug xwm txheej thiab...Hlub lawv kawg nkaus...Thov Huab Tais Ntuj lub hwj chim los roo lawv...

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    Re: Dej nyab nyob Pakistan

    Post  Mim on 8th August 2010, 4:56 pm

    Xyov ua cas muaj ntau tsav ntau yam xwm txheej tuaj raug ntiaj teb kawg li.

    1 Million Fish Dead in Bolivian Ecological Disaster

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    1 million fish and thousands of alligators, turtles, dolphins and other
    river wildlife are floating dead in numerous Bolivian rivers in the
    three eastern/southern departments of Santa Cruz, Beni and Tarija. The
    extreme cold front that hit Bolivia in mid-July caused water
    temperatures to dip below the minimum temperatures river life can
    tolerate. As a consequence, rivers, lakes, lagoons and fisheries are
    brimming with decomposing fish and other creatures.

    Nothing like this has ever been seen in this magnitude in Bolivia.
    Inhabitants of riverside communities report the smell is nauseating and
    can be detected as far as a kilometer away from river banks. River
    communities, whose livelihoods depend on fishing, fear they'll run out
    of food and will have nothing to sell. Authorities are concerned there
    will be a shortage of fish in markets and are more concerned by possible
    threats to public health, especially in communities that also use river
    water for bathing and drinking, but also fear contaminated or decaying
    fish may end up in market stalls. They've begun a campaign to ensure
    market vendors and the public know how to tell the difference between
    fresh and unhealthy fish.

    In university fish ponds and commercial fisheries the losses are also catastrophic.

    Av pob nyob Suav teb

    The BBC's Michael Bristow: "A wide river of mud has cut a swathe through towns and villages"

    Landslides and floods triggered by
    torrential rain have engulfed a town in north-western China, killing at
    least 127 people and leaving 1,300 missing.
    Nearly 3,000 soldiers and 100 medics have been sent to assist
    local rescue teams in Zhouqu, in an isolated, mainly Tibetan region of
    Gansu province.

    Continue reading the main story
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    We've had landslides before, but
    never anything this bad. People are trying to find their families and
    waiting for more rescuers”
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    Han Jiangping
    Zhouqu resident

    More than 45,000 people have reportedly already been evacuated from the area.
    Local officials say thick mud, more than 1m (3.3ft) deep in some places, is hampering rescue efforts.
    Prime Minister Wen Jiabao flew to Gansu after receiving news
    of the disaster. He told officials to "spare no efforts to save lives".
    More than 1,400 people are believed to have been killed this year in unusually severe flooding in central and southern China.
    About 1.4m homes have been destroyed, 12 million people evacuated, and 87,600 sq km (22m acres) of crops ruined, officials say.
    'Wiped out'
    The landslides happened late on Saturday following torrential
    rain in Zhouqu county, part of Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture,
    officials told the official Xinhua news agency.
    Rock and mud slipped down several hillsides and engulfed the
    town of Zhouqu, which lies in a narrow valley cut by the Bailong river.

    Prime Minister Wen Jiabao said no effort would be spared to save lives

    "There was thunder and huge rain, and then the landslides
    started coming down," a resident of Zhouqu told the Reuters news agency.
    "That was about midnight, so some people must have been in their homes, asleep and didn't know what was happening."

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