Pilots blamed for 2014 TransAsia crash on Taiwan island

Two TransAsia Airways pilots caused a 2014 plane crash that left 48 people dead by flying too low as they attempted to land on an island during a typhoon, Taiwan's aviation authorities said today.

Typhoon Mujigae hits China; tens of thousands evacuated

Tens of thousands of people were evacuated and 500 tourists stranded today as typhoon Mujigae, the 22nd typhoon of the year, hit China's western Guangdong Province with heavy rain and winds toppling vehicles.

Typhoon Mujigae hits China

Typhoon Mujigae hits China

A typhoon bringing gales and packing winds up to 50 meters per second on Sunday hit the coastal Chinese city of Zhanjiang, authorities said.

Typhoon Mujigae set to hit China: Officials

Typhoon Mujigae set to hit China: Officials

Typhoon Mujigae, the 22nd typhoon of the year, is expected to hit China's eastern coastal region of Hainan or the western Guangdong province on Sunday, Chinese Met department has warned.

Typhoon Etau barrelling toward Japanese mainland

 Typhoon Etau barrelled toward the Japanese mainland Tuesday, packing strong winds and heavy rains as authorities advised more than 120,000 people to evacuate due to possible flooding.

`Hand of God` untangles Philippine traffic mess

 An 83-year-old Catholic cardinal in the Philippines came to the rescue of thousands of stranded motorists over the weekend after single-handedly untangling a traffic jam in Manila during a typhoon.

Watch: NASA satellite reveals how big is Typhoon Ineng!

Watch: NASA satellite reveals how big is Typhoon Ineng!

The US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has released a high-resolution satellite image of Typhoon Ineng which is almost the size of the entire island of Luzon, Philippines.

Two die, thousands flee as typhoon bears down on Taiwan

Typhoon Soudelor will make landfall in Taiwan on Saturday, after an eight-year-old girl and her mother became the first casualties of the impending storm which has forced thousands to evacuate.

Thousands evacuated as Taiwan readies for biggest typhoon of 201

The strongest typhoon of the year was bearing down on Taiwan`s east coast Thursday, forcing the evacuation of more than 2,000 from outlying islands popular with tourists. 

Feared typhoon glances off Eastern China coast, limiting damage

China`s eastern coast took less of a battering than feared after Super Typhoon Chan-hom changed course and lost much of its strength shortly after making landfall near Shanghai late on Saturday.

Typhoon grounds domestic flights in South Korea

Typhoon grounds domestic flights in South Korea

Domestic flights were cancelled in South Korea Sunday as Typhoon Chan-hom brought strong winds and heavy rainfall to southwestern provinces.

Typhoon lashes China after more than a million people evacuated

One of the most powerful typhoons to strike eastern China in decades disrupted air, rail and sea transport on Saturday after forcing the evacuation of more than a million people from the provinces of Zhejiang and Jiangsu, state media reported.

China cancels trains, closes schools in preparation for typhoon

The Chinese government suspended train services, shut down schools and forced ships to return to ports in the southern province of Guangzhou, in preparation of typhoon Linfa on Thursday.

Unseasonal storm wreaks havoc in Marshalls

 Residents in the Marshall Islands capital Majuro attempted a clean up Saturday after a powerful storm damaged houses and smashed boats while another unseasonal typhoon brewed nearby.

Typhoon to hit China's southern island of Hainan, seen easing drought

More than 40,000 people have been evacuated from China`s southern island of Hainan ahead of the expected landfall of the year`s first typhoon late on Monday, although it should help ease a severe drought, state media said.

Typhoon to hit China's Hainan, seen easing drought

Typhoon to hit China's Hainan, seen easing drought

 The first typhoon of the year to hit China is expected to make landfall on or near the southern island of Hainan on Monday, which should help ease a severe drought on the tourist centre and rubber producer, state news agency Xinhua said.

Climate debate takes global pulse ahead of Paris summit

From the typhoon-ravaged Philippines to the Arizona desert, thousands of people gathered across 79 countries Saturday for what was touted as the world`s largest-ever public debate on climate change.
 

Over 1,000 flee as Typhoon Noul threatens northern Philippines

Over 1,000 flee as Typhoon Noul threatens northern Philippines

More than 1,000 people were evacuated from their homes as Typhoon Noul approached the northern Philippines, threatening flash floods, landslides and tsunami-like storm surges, government agencies warned on Sunday.

Taiwan issues warning as Typhoon Noul approaches island

Taiwan issued a warning on Sunday morning as Typhoon Noul approached the island.

Ferries shut down as Typhoon Noul approaches Philippines

Ferry services were shut down and some seaside communities were warned they could be swamped by large waves as Typhoon Noul drew closer to the Philippines on Saturday, officials said.