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Blizzardnyc ttm-1
Crown Heights, Brooklyn, NY
By Hugo Massa
27 Jan 2015

Brooklynites prepare themselves to face Winter Storm Juno on the eve of what "could be the the biggest snowstorm in the history of this city," according to Mayor Bill de Blasio.

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Crown Heights, Brooklyn, NY
By Hugo Massa
27 Jan 2015

Brooklynites prepare themselves to face Winter Storm Juno on the eve of what "could be the the biggest snowstorm in the history of this city," according to Mayor Bill de Blasio.

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Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, NY
By Hugo Massa
27 Jan 2015

Brooklynites prepare themselves to face Winter Storm Juno on the eve of what "could be the the biggest snowstorm in the history of this city," according to Mayor Bill de Blasio.

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Blizzardnyc ttm-4
Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, NY
By Hugo Massa
27 Jan 2015

Brooklynites prepare themselves to face Winter Storm Juno on the eve of what "could be the the biggest snowstorm in the history of this city," according to Mayor Bill de Blasio.

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Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, NY
By Hugo Massa
27 Jan 2015

Brooklynites prepare themselves to face Winter Storm Juno on the eve of what "could be the the biggest snowstorm in the history of this city," according to Mayor Bill de Blasio.

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Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, NY
By Hugo Massa
27 Jan 2015

Brooklynites prepare themselves to face Winter Storm Juno on the eve of what "could be the the biggest snowstorm in the history of this city," according to Mayor Bill de Blasio.

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Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, NY
By Hugo Massa
27 Jan 2015

Brooklynites prepare themselves to face Winter Storm Juno on the eve of what "could be the the biggest snowstorm in the history of this city," according to Mayor Bill de Blasio.

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Storm "Zeina" Hits Lebanon hard
Chebaa-Kfarchouba-Chouaa
By [email protected]
07 Dec 2013

8 January 2015 - Chebaa
People in the area of Marj’youn, south Lebanon woke up to find their villages covered with snow.

This heavy snowstorm killed at least three Syrian refugees who were trying to cross the border into Lebanon. Syrian refugees in east Lebanon also suffered harsh weather conditions.

While most roads in the area are still open, the snow thickness in the village of Jdaidat Marj’youn has reached 10 centimeters. Most areas located at 600 meters above sea level witnessed heavy snowfall during the storm Zeina, which hit Lebanon and neighboring countries on January 6.

Shot List

Close up of road sign during snow fall Various of hills covered with snow Wide of bulldozer removing snow Various of roads covered with snow Wide of heavy rain Wide of refugee tents Medium of shoes and firewood Various of refugees inside tent

Wide of food on the floor

Medium of man adding fuel to stove

SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Woman) Unnamed Syrian refugee
“There is cold and snow. We are cooking using a gas burner and this heater. We do not have anything to do. We are scared. I could not sleep last night because I was scared of the wind and snow. We say that it would be better if the storm was during the day, not the night. During the day one is able to see.”

wide of refugees eating on the floor

SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Man) Unnamed Syrian refugee

“We have food supplies and firewood at home. People were given diesel. Whoever had installed a diesel heater also bought diesel. We are waiting for God’s mercy. No one is kinder to people than God is.”

Wide of young woman making coffee

Medium (zoom out) of tree covered with snow

Wide of excavation vehicle lifting snow

wide shot of Mrj oyoon sign board

shots of roads covered with snow

Various shots of areas covered with snow

shots of vehicles with chains on the wheels and other vehicles removing snow

Shots of a man removing snow from the roof of the tent

close up of a child

Wide shots of tents covered with snow

Close up of the sign board of Shebaa

shots of roads covered with snow and bulldozers removing snow

SOUNDBITE (Arabic, Man) Unnamed Lebanese man:

It is okay now, the roads were blocked before, but now they are open.

shots of cars on the snow covered road

Shots of vehicles covered with snow

Shots of vehicles removing snow

Shots of red cross vehicles passing by

shots of hills covered with snow

Shots of UN cars and members

shots of UN members removing snow.

Shots of people removing a car stuck in the snow

SOUNDBITE: (Man, Arabic) unnamed man:

it is a heavy snow, it has been years since it snowed like that. there were damages in the pine and olive trees. the trees that were damaged are the tress which carry their leaves during the winter.

Shots of a man removing snow from the front of his house

Shots of children playing with snow

SOUNDBITE: (Man, Arabic)

the snow reached 60-80 Cm and it is good. The municipality workers are opening the roads.

Interviewer: were you prepared for the snow?

We have supplies and people here always prepare for the snow. it is good.

Shots of children playing with snow

SOUNDBITE: (Man,Arabic):

for over six or seven years people got used to this kind of snow, however, people are surprised that it is continuos. the snow is about 50 cm thick, We are opening the roads now, and about 90% of the roads are now open, and in case of any emergency we send people to immediately open the blocked roads.

Shots of a bulldozer removing the snow

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All gone
Moore, Oklahoma
By Daniela Gallardo
21 May 2013

Devastated house and car in the heart of the city of Moore, Oklahoma.

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Missing Parts
Moore, Oklahoma
By Daniela Gallardo
21 May 2013

A roof goes to the ground in an upside down world of devastation in Moore, Oklahoma.

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Ruins of Moore, Oklahoma
Moore, Oklahoma
By U.S. Editor
21 May 2013

Homes are reduced to rubble after the devastating tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.

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A Storm in Africa
Lagos, Nigeria
By Preditor Push
07 May 2013

this picture was taken on our way from the Lagos international Airport to Bayelsa State.

Storms are very common in Nigeria during the spring and summer seasons, it mostly starts suddenly and can last anything from 10 minutes to several hours and sometimes days

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TYPHOON BOPHA POUNDS SOUTHERN PHILIPP...
Southern Philippines
By Editor's Picks
05 Dec 2012

Hundreds were killed and thousands evacuated as super typhoon Bopha raged in the Southern Philippines, leaving homeless survivors to seek shelter and deal with the aftermath

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New York Blackout Continues (1 of 10)
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
02 Nov 2012

Katz’s Delicatessen, an iconic 24/7 Lower East Side business that generally never closes, remains shuttered as the lower Manhattan blackout continues unabated.

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New York Blackout Continues (6 of 10)
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
02 Nov 2012

The dark apartment blocks of Manhattan’s Stuyvessant Town neighborhood are faintly lit by passing traffic on the adjacent FDR drive. Pedestrians pass each other on the streets with wariness with often the only sources of light sirens and cell phones.

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New York Blackout Continues (9 of 10)
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
02 Nov 2012

A policeman directs otherwise anarchic traffic on First Avenue and 20th Street as stop lights sit dark for miles. Pedestrians cross at great risk as grid workers struggle to try and restore power to huge swaths of the city.

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New York Blackout Continues (10 of 10)
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
02 Nov 2012

A policeman directs otherwise anarchic traffic on First Avenue and 20th Street as stop lights sit dark for miles. Pedestrians cross at great risk as grid workers struggle to try and restore power to huge swaths of the city.

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New York Blackout Continues (3 of 10)
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
01 Nov 2012

A Con-Edison power worker on First Avenue between 20th and 21st Streets in Peter Cooper Village, Manhattan, works to restore electricity as the blackout caused by Hurricane Sandy grinds on.

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New York Blackout Continues (4 of 10)
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
01 Nov 2012

The city’s gasoline crisis has now become a paramount issue in the post-Sandy recovery. Not only are fuel supplies low or totally out but there is not electricity to power petrol stations. BP, Broadway and Lafayette (the former landmark Gaseteria).

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New York Blackout Continues (5 of 10)
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
01 Nov 2012

Virtually all businesses south of 34th Street in Manhattan remained shut as the blackout continued into its fifth day.

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New York Blackout Continues (7 of 10)
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
01 Nov 2012

New York's vast subway transit system took on the air of a cavernous no-man's land as the blackout cause by Hurricane Sandy south of 34th continues into its 5th day.

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Hurricane Sandy Devastates Parts of N...
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
31 Oct 2012

The hardest hit residential area of New York City was that of Breezy Point, Queens on the Rockaway Peninsula. Over 110 homes were burned when the storm surge caused a 6 alarm fire in this densely developed working class Irish-American seaside enclave. Here, firefighters continue to battle smoldering debris.

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Hurricane Sandy Devastates Parts of N...
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
31 Oct 2012

The hardest hit residential area of New York City was that of Breezy Point, Queens on the Rockaway Peninsula. Over 110 homes were burned when the storm surge caused a 6 alarm fire in this densely developed working class Irish-American seaside enclave. Here, firefighters continue to battle smoldering debris.

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Hurricane Sandy Devastates Parts of N...
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
31 Oct 2012

The hardest hit residential area of New York City was that of Breezy Point, Queens on the Rockaway Peninsula. Over 110 homes were burned when the storm surge caused a 6 alarm fire in this densely developed working class Irish-American seaside enclave.

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Hurricane Sandy Devastates Parts of N...
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
31 Oct 2012

The hardest hit residential area of New York City was that of Breezy Point, Queens on the Rockaway Peninsula. Over 110 homes were burned when the storm surge caused a 6 alarm fire in this densely developed working class Irish-American seaside enclave. Here, firefighters continue to battle smoldering debris.

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In The Aftermath Of Sandy (2 of 5)
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
31 Oct 2012

The hardest hit residential area of New York City was that of Breezy Point, Queens on the Rockaway Peninsula. Over 110 homes were burned when the storm surge caused a 6 alarm fire in this densely developed working class Irish-American seaside enclave. Here, firefighters continue to battle smoldering debris

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Hurricane Sandy Devastates Parts of N...
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
31 Oct 2012

The hardest hit residential area of New York City was that of Breezy Point, Queens on the Rockaway Peninsula. Over 110 homes were burned when the storm surge caused a 6 alarm fire in this densely developed working class Irish-American seaside enclave. Residents attempt to salvage a modicum of belongings.

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Hurricane Sandy Devastates Parts of N...
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
30 Oct 2012

The hardest hit residential area of New York City was that of Breezy Point, Queens on the Rockaway Peninsula. Over 110 homes were burned when the storm surge caused a 6 alarm fire in this densely developed working class Irish-American seaside enclave. Here, firefighters reconvene at their vehicle.

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In The Aftermath Of Sandy (4 of 5)
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
30 Oct 2012

The hardest hit residential area of New York City was that of Breezy Point, Queens on the Rockaway Peninsula. Over 110 homes were burned when the storm surge caused a 6 alarm fire in this densely developed working class Irish-American seaside enclave. Here a pair of Blackhawk helicopters from the National Guard flies overhead.

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Hurricane Sandy Devastates Parts of N...
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
30 Oct 2012

The hardest hit residential area of New York City was that of Breezy Point, Queens on the Rockaway Peninsula. Over 110 homes were burned when the storm surge caused a 6 alarm fire in this densely developed working class Irish-American seaside enclave. Here a Blackhawk helicopter from the National Guard flies overhead.

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Hurricane Sandy Devastates Parts of N...
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
30 Oct 2012

The hardest hit residential area of New York City was that of Breezy Point, Queens on the Rockaway Peninsula. Over 110 homes were burned when the storm surge caused a 6 alarm fire in this densely developed working class Irish-American seaside enclave. Here, firefighters continue to battle smoldering debris.

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Hurricane Sandy Devastates Parts of N...
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
30 Oct 2012

The hardest hit residential area of New York City was that of Breezy Point, Queens on the Rockaway Peninsula. Over 110 homes were burned when the storm surge caused a 6 alarm fire in this densely developed working class Irish-American seaside enclave.

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In The Aftermath Of Sandy (3 of 5)
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
30 Oct 2012

The hardest hit residential area of New York City was that of Breezy Point, Queens on the Rockaway Peninsula. Over 110 homes were burned when the storm surge caused a 6 alarm fire in this densely developed working class Irish-American seaside enclave. Here, firefighters reconvene at their vehicle.

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In The Aftermath Of Sandy (5 of 5)
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
30 Oct 2012

The hardest hit residential area of New York City was that of Breezy Point, Queens on the Rockaway Peninsula. Over 110 homes were burned when the storm surge caused a 6 alarm fire in this densely developed working class Irish-American seaside enclave. Here, firefighters continue to battle smoldering debris.

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Hurricane Sandy Devastates Parts of N...
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
30 Oct 2012

The hardest hit residential area of New York City was that of Breezy Point, Queens on the Rockaway Peninsula. Over 110 homes were burned when the storm surge caused a 6 alarm fire in this densely developed working class Irish-American seaside enclave. Here New York Fire Department Officials survey the damage.

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In The Aftermath Of Sandy (1 of 5)
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
30 Oct 2012

The hardest hit residential area of New York City was that of Breezy Point, Queens on the Rockaway Peninsula. Over 110 homes were burned when the storm surge caused a 6 alarm fire in this densely developed working class Irish-American seaside enclave. Residents attempt to salvage a modicum of belongings.

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Hurricane Sandy Looms Over New York City
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
30 Oct 2012

The Empire State Building, left, and the Chrysler Building, right, are shrouded as Hurricane Sandy slams into Manhattan as high tide approaches as seen from the East River.

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New York City Taxi Crushed by Falling...
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
30 Oct 2012

A New York City taxi completely enveloped by a fallen tree in Jackson Heights, Queens. Hurricane Sandy's extremely high winds knocked down trees all over the city causing extensive property damage.

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Hurricane Sandy Hits New York City
New York, USA
By Derek Henry Flood
29 Oct 2012

A local Long Island City resident attempts to fly a kite in the middle of Hurricane Sandy. A terse police sergeant then drove past ordering the man back inside or face a summons.