Fiona Cyclone: Cyclone Fiona wreaks havoc in eastern Canada; Shadows dark in lakhs of homes, traffic disrupted.
Powerful Hurricane Fiona hit eastern Canada’s Nova Scotia province on Saturday. By reaching the coast, the storm has taken the form of a cyclone.
Strong winds are blowing. Due to this, big trees were uprooted and fell on the houses. Electric poles were uprooted, causing power outages in many areas.
The cyclone has postponed the visit of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to attend the state funeral of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
The center of the storm formed in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
The US National Hurricane Center has said that the center of Cyclone Fiona remains in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Apart from the province of Nova Scotia, it has also had a great impact on the island of France Edward. More than 400,000 homes in Nova Scotia and 82,000 in Prince Edward Island have lost power.
Mobile services have also been affected. Earlier, due to this storm, there was heavy destruction in the Caribbean island of Bermuda. Many people also lost their lives there.
Fiona Cyclone: Cyclone Fiona wreaks havoc. A warning was issued regarding the storm.
Let me tell you, in the past, a powerful cyclone had become the center of the storm in the Atlantic Ocean. This storm is the sixth cyclonic storm of this season and has been named Fiona.
Scientists had issued a warning about this. Forecasters at the US National Hurricane Center called for caution for many islands due to the threat of severe Hurricane Fiona.
Pope Francis appeals to the youth to save the earth and peace in the world, said- to work to make them accountable
Pope Francis visited Assisi, the birthplace of one of his namesake saints. The saint was a nature lover.
The Pope on Saturday appealed to give up fossil fuels, saying the older generation did not know how to save the earth and ensure peace.
He asked the youth to work to save the earth and make the world economy more accountable towards the poor. The world is looking at him with hope.