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Resting Place of Noah’s Ark May Finally Have Been Found

A team of archaeologists think that they are closer to confirming the supposed final resting place of Noah's Ark after excavating a geological formation in Turkey. The Mount Ararat and Noah's Ark Research Team is comprised of three Turkish and...

Heavy Rain in New York City Causes Life-Threatening Flooding

Unprecedented rain in New York City on Friday, September 29, led to a major problem: too much rainwater for the city's sewer system to handle. This caused serious flooding in the streets, basements, schools, subways, and even cars in...

The Great Flood of Deucalion, the Greek Equivalent of Noah’s Story

Deucalion, who, in Greek legend, constructed an ark to save himself and his wife when Zeus, the king of the gods, resolved to destroy all humanity by a Great Flood, is the mythical counterpart of Noah. Deucalion was the son...

Ancient City of Petra Flooded as Heavy Rainfall Lashes Jordan

Heavy rains caused flooding at the archeological site of Petra, Jordan. Officials and the Petra Development and Tourism Region Authority (PDTRA) called for the evacuation of tourists from the area. Heavy rains fell in the southern part of the country,...

Greece Exits Longest Unseasonally Rainy Weather Since 1975

Greece exits the longest unseasonally rainy weather the country has experienced since 1975, meteorologists said on Sunday. 

Greek Ingenuity: How to Cross a Flooded Street in Athens

A Greek man found an ingenious way to deal with the flood in Athens on Thursday: he simply climbed on a ladder and "walked" through the water to his car on the other side of the road. When he reached the...

Why The Risk of Floods Increases Exponentially After Forest Fires

After the onset of forest fires, many pray for rain to come, hoping it will extinguish the flames.

Evia Fires: The Largest Environmental Catastrophe of Greece

The environmental devastation from the fires in northern Evia is huge, according to the National Observatory of Athens.

European Floods: Deadly Weather Front to Move Southeast 

The weather front that caused the latest European floods is moving slowly towards the southeast of Europe.

The Mechanics of Philotimo: Volunteers Repair Cars Damaged in Floods

A group of Greek volunteer mechanics went to Evia fix vehicles that were heavily damaged in the flood in August of 2020.