• Spiders covered the 300-meter
Spiders covered the 300-meter "network" coast of Greece

Wildlife experts say it's not uncommon for spiders to build massive nests for mating, especially when it's hot and humid towards the end of summer. The lovely Grecian beaches have been transformed into an eerie landscape overrun by spiders as a massive spider web stretches across the entire shoreline.

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  • Trump to visit North Carolina as governor urges residents to be patient
Trump to visit North Carolina as governor urges residents to be patient

To the north in Georgetown County, water continued to drain into the five rivers and several reservoirs that run through the county of 60,000 people as officials prepared to hand out thousands of sandbags on Saturday. "Due to this, travel isn't recommended south of United States 64", it said. North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said he knows the damag...

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  • Ga. Red Cross volunteers headed to help hurricane victims
Ga. Red Cross volunteers headed to help hurricane victims

Many in North and SC are lining-up for just the basic necessities like food, water, and ice and more than 10,000 families remain in shelters. More than 1,500 disaster workers from around the country - including more than four dozen from northwest OH - are in route to the region to help.

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  • Massive 1,000ft spider web appeared overnight in Greece
Massive 1,000ft spider web appeared overnight in Greece

A Greek beach has been turned into an arachnophobe's worst nightmare, as spiders have covered it in a web some 300 metres long. Speaking to Greek news websites, molecular biologist Maria Chatzaki said that the spiders are not risky to humans and she not be feared.

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  • North Carolina floods producing variety of health risks
North Carolina floods producing variety of health risks

A young boy turned to prayer when he learned that even more flooding is headed to the Carolinas. "Many roads remain impassable". North Carolina is the second largest hog-farming state in the USA, according to Quartz . Flooding is seen in and around Wilmington, North Carolina, US, September 19, 2018 in this picture obtained from social medi...

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  • Trump gets firsthand look at Hurricane Florence distress
Trump gets firsthand look at Hurricane Florence distress

The Cape Fear River at Fayetteville crested at 61.5 feet on Wednesday, 4 feet higher than during the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew , while Interstate 40 flooding cut off Wilmington. The President also pledged to help "everybody" impacted by the "epic" storm , saying: 'Whatever we have to do at the federal level, we will be there'.

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  • Moonstruck Japan tycoon to blast off on 1st SpaceX trip
Moonstruck Japan tycoon to blast off on 1st SpaceX trip

Maezawa, age 42, plans to invite six to eight artists to join him on his historic mission, which he calls the "Dear Moon" project. He says the rocket will have to be tested many times before a human passengers are launched. "This has done a lot to restore my faith in humanity - that somebody's willing to do this", Musk said. Even Elon Musk had to...

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  • Matt has an update on Florence and our rain chances Thursday
Matt has an update on Florence and our rain chances Thursday

Hurricane conditions are expected to reach the Carolinas on Friday, says the National Hurricane Center , but tropical force winds are expected to show up somewhere along the coast late Wednesday or Thursday morning. "Someone's gonna get screwed on this", he said. More than 1 million have been ordered to evacuate the coastlines of the Caroli...

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  • Trump to visit North Carolina to survey Florence impact
Trump to visit North Carolina to survey Florence impact

Others got a case of bottled water or military ready-to-eat meals. An olive-green military forklift moved around huge pallets loaded with supplies. "It has been pretty chaotic", she said. A dozen more such pits, which contain animal feces and urine, were damaged. In North Carolina , transportation officials Tuesday continued advising motorists...

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  • SpaceX To Name Mystery Moon Traveler
SpaceX To Name Mystery Moon Traveler

Musk said he would not reveal the price Maezawa paid for the Moon trip, but said it would be "free for the artists". Prior to the announcement on Monday, Musk took to Twitter to show off two new images of the BFR. The spacecraft will continue on toward the Moon, powered by its own engines. "Its not 100 percent certain we can bring this to fli...

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  • Hurricane Florence dumping ‘epic amounts of rainfall’ on Carolinas
Hurricane Florence dumping ‘epic amounts of rainfall’ on Carolinas

On the morning of 14 September, hurricane Florence reached the Eastern coast of the United States. Washington, Sep. 16 (IANS): The death toll from tropical storm Florence that made landfall in the USA east coast, has increased to 13, with authorities warning of continued rains and flooding.

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  • Five Killed as Florence Hammers the Carolinas
Five Killed as Florence Hammers the Carolinas

As Hurricane Florence spins counterclockwise, its strong wind causes water to pile up along the coastline. Parts of eastern North Carolina and SC could see up to 20 inches of rain , in addition to storm surge . "For further context, we accurately estimated the total economic impact from Hurricane Irma would be $100 billion". "We now have a tra...

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  • FEMA: Catastrophic flooding expected from Tropical Storm Florence
FEMA: Catastrophic flooding expected from Tropical Storm Florence

A tornado watch was issued for parts of North and SC as emergency management officials also warned of the potential for dam failures and landslides. The hurricane center said the storm will eventually break up over the southern Appalachians and make a sharp rightward swing to the northeast, its rainy remnants moving into the mid-Atlantic states...

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  • Hurricane Florence: 16 dead but 'worst is still to come'
Hurricane Florence: 16 dead but 'worst is still to come'

The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for the area until at least Monday morning and said up to 8 inches (20 cm) more rain could fall in some areas, creating an elevated risk for landslides in Western North Carolina .

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  • In the U.S. there were the first victims of the hurricane
In the U.S. there were the first victims of the hurricane "Florence"

This satellite image shows Hurricane Florence as it made landfall near Wrightsville Beach, N.C. Wilmington , North Carolina police said the mother and her infant were killed after a tree fell on their house. Atlantic Beach on North Carolina's Outer Banks islands had already received 30 inches of rain , the U.S. Geological Survey said. River f...

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  • Global summit rebukes Trump, cheers on work to aid climate
Global summit rebukes Trump, cheers on work to aid climate

This spirit of collaboration is in keeping with the history of San Francisco, which witnessed the signing of the UN Charter in 1945, first establishing a rules-based worldwide order that championed multilateralism over self-interest, and endorsed progress not through conflict, but through all people working together.

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  • Astronauts Capture Haunting Video of Hurricane Florence Making Landfall From Space
Astronauts Capture Haunting Video of Hurricane Florence Making Landfall From Space

The National Hurricane Center downgraded it to a tropical storm on Friday afternoon, but warned that life-threatening storm surges - in which water is pushed by a storm over land that would normally be dry - and catastrophic freshwater flooding were still expected.

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  • Duke shuts down Brunswick nuclear plant ahead of Hurricane Florence
Duke shuts down Brunswick nuclear plant ahead of Hurricane Florence

There are multiple layers of protection at nuclear plants. Florence is now a Category 2 storm with maximum sustained winds of 110 miles per hour (177 kph), according to the U.S. He told Reuters on Tuesday that both power plants are bracing themselves for the hurricane by sweeping the site for any loose material that could get ripped off by high...

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  • Hurricane Florence seen from space is a 'no-kidding nightmare'
Hurricane Florence seen from space is a 'no-kidding nightmare'

While some said they planned to stay put despite hurricane watches and warnings extending over the homes of more than 5.4 million people on the east coast, many were not taking any chances. She has worked as a senior manager in public relations and communications for major telecommunication companies, and is the former Deputy Director for Media R...

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  • Dog rescued from hurricane flooding
Dog rescued from hurricane flooding

The father received injuries and were hospitalized for medical care. A fourth person was killed in Lenoir County while plugging in a generator, the governor's office said . The area is also experiencing some power outages. The hurricane, now downgraded to a tropical storm, was blamed by authorities for at least five deaths as of late Friday.

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