Emergency and disaster management briefing for April 10, 2017: Two church bombings in Egypt kill 76, injure dozens of others, Norway raises its terror threat level after discovery of a suspicious device in central Oslo and more news.
Severe weather in southeastern states responsible for 4 deaths, HAZMAT incident in Amarillo, Texas kills four children, body of child found under ice-frozen lake in Colorado during search for missing boy.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for July 22, 2016: Much of the U.S. continues to sit under a heat dome that is causing extreme heat, a new Zika infection confuses medical experts, Brazil arrests ISIS sympathizers, French authorities determine that the Nice attack was likely planned well in advance, and one publication maps out the world's "depressing state of emergency."
France mourns after an apparent terrorist attack, Fresno, CA police release body camera footage of a fatal police shooting, a heat wave is predicted for the majority of the U.S., and the Federal Government maintains a clear focus on cyber security.
The French government releases a nationwide emergency alert mobile app, the WHO expands its list of birth defects that are likely linked to Zika virus, the threat of Zika grows rapidly in Puerto Rico, and Tropical Storm Colin heads northeast in the Atlantic and into the sunset.
A Washington, D.C. hospital system suffers a virus attack, the EgyptAir hijacking ends peacefully, Ebola is no longer international public health threat, and the UN urges nations to consider resettlement of refugees.