At least five people have died because of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas, Prime Minister Hubert Minnis said, as the massive storm pounded the Caribbean nation. The hurricane is expected to advance on the US coast.
'I've never been one to leave for a storm but this one kind of had me spooked.'
Instead of the standard reactions and urgings to adapt to new climate realities, Britain could play an important role in identifying the need for responses that take their lead from the people most directly affected - most of whom would argue that they have not been listened to so far.
Officially now the most powerful storm ever recorded in the Atlantic.
5. Inside the eye of the storm looks like this If you were wondering what it’s like to fly through the eyewall of such a
This remains a recurrent problem for Europe. We'll undoubtedly see this combination of bad timing, aid fatigue and an empathy gap rear its ugly head the next time disaster strikes in the developing world. The age-old blame game between journalists and readers cannot continue in this vein and Europeans must proactively step outside of the bubble. If not, we risk losing our sense of humanity altogether.
Footage was captured shortly before the storm hit Haiti.
Cameras on the International Space Station captured staggering footage of Hurricane Matthew hours before it started lashing