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Is Israel Prepared for an Earthquake or Tsunami?


Mention earthquakes and tsunamis and Israel probably do not spring to mind. That’s because the last major quake happened in 1927, almost a hundred years ago. But scientists say a century is exactly about the time the next major quake should hit, which is anytime from now till 2027. If so, is Israel prepared? Stephanie Freid spoke to scientists, seismologists, and government officials, and discovered that there is still major cause for concern in dealing effectively with the inevitable catastrophe.

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Is Israel Prepared for an Earthquake or Tsunami?


Mention earthquakes and tsunamis and Israel probably do not spring to mind. That’s because the last major quake happened in 1927, almost a hundred years ago. But scientists say a century is exactly about the time the next major quake should hit, which is anytime from now till 2027. If so, is Israel prepared? Stephanie Freid spoke to scientists, seismologists, and government officials, and discovered that there is still major cause for concern in dealing effectively with the inevitable catastrophe.

 

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Possible earthquake and tsunami CREDITS

Journalist/Editor: Natalie Carney

Camera: Mark Esplin

Fixer/producer: Mohammed Najb

 

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Copy of Philippines Traffic Characters


GPS-based traffic app Waze named the Philippines’ Cebu as the world’s worst area to drive in. Several studies have said the city has surpassed Manila’s terrible traffic where a 10-minute ride can easily turn into an hour. However, amidst the daily traffic congestion, some individuals can turn the dreary commute into a more pleasant experience. Dodoy for example dresses like a festival dancer complete with makeup and a hat adorned with flowers. He dances on the congested roads, entertaining commuters while selling water. Onkol, on the other hand, helps guide traffic even though he doesn’t have legs and his hands are deformed.

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Copy of Philippines Traffic Characters


GPS-based traffic app Waze named the Philippines’ Cebu as the world’s worst area to drive in. Several studies have said the city has surpassed Manila’s terrible traffic where a 10-minute ride can easily turn into an hour. However, amidst the daily traffic congestion, some individuals can turn the dreary commute into a more pleasant experience. Dodoy for example dresses like a festival dancer complete with makeup and a hat adorned with flowers. He dances on the congested roads, entertaining commuters while selling water. Onkol, on the other hand, helps guide traffic even though he doesn’t have legs and his hands are deformed.

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easing philippines’ traffic CREDITS


Reporter : Cheryl Baldicantos

Cameramen:

Alchan Pahuway

Jon R.

Cheryl Baldicantos

Editor: Chester Baldicantos

Scriptwriter: Krizia Ablaza

Grip: Paul Boholano