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From the video:
“If the sunspots stay at zero for two or three more years the next two winters are going to be the end of crops in most regions.”
At least 16 people were killed in unprecedented storms and rainfall in the state of Rajasthan, India on April 11, 2018. Five people were killed in Bharatpur district and 11, including five children, in Dholpur district. At least 100 people got injured. Local farmers are reporting 80% crop loss.
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Natural disaster experts warn that the coming storm could result in enormous losses of life and property.
According to local Arab News reports, the current snowstorm in the Middle East is just the beginning of a series of unprecedented polar storms.
Both European and Russian meteorologists agree that the coming snowstorm will be one of the worst blizzards in Middle Eastern history. Several sources confirm that a second wave of snowstorms will hit Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine by the end of the week.