Tornadoes have caused mayhem in the United States, with forecasters saying the weather is unusual for January. The town of Adairsville in Georgia took the brunt of the storm, which has killed at least two people.
Nigeria is both the biggest oil producer and home to the largest economy on the African continent. However, terrorist attacks by Boko Haram have slowed progress on renewable energy in the north of the country.
Despite the dramatic warnings by weather experts, winter storm Juno has brought only a moderate snowfall to the New York City. Connecticut and Massachusetts were still at risk, according to the National Weather Service.
US meteorologists and government officials have defended a decision to close New York ahead of a storm cell predicted to be the 'worst ever.' Winter Storm Juno failed to dump the amount of snow predicted by forecasters.
Lower Saxony’s North Sea coast was hit by six storm surges within three days. The situation is returning to normal, but some damage was caused by flooding.
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