Which countries are the most vulnerable to earthquakes?
U.S. President Donald Trump has promised a $1 trillion plan to rebuild the country’s roads and bridges.
But his plan faces a daunting task of rebuilding the country without the support of a major political party.
The nation is home to more than 160 million people.
It is also home to a complex network of dams, aqueducts and other infrastructure that have helped keep millions of people from being swept away by earthquakes.
Here are the top 10 most vulnerable countries for earthquakes: 1.
Russia — About 1,500 people have died in Russia in 2016 alone.
The country’s biggest cities have been crippled by severe winter weather.
The city of Sochi, which has suffered three massive earthquakes in recent years, is just a few kilometers away from the epicenter of the latest quake.
In the past, the government has pledged to rebuild many of the countrys main roads, but that hasn’t worked out so far. 2.
China — More than 2,300 people have been killed in the earthquake-ravaged province of Hebei this year.
The region was hit especially hard by a series of earthquakes in 2011 that killed thousands.
Thousands more have been injured.
Officials have said that reconstruction work is not going as quickly as they had hoped, and that they are still struggling to rebuild damaged buildings.
Mexico — The country has been hit by four major quakes since 2007.
Since the quake in the northeastern city of Mexico City in March 2018, there have been more than 6,000 deaths, according to the government’s website.
Most of the victims died in their homes.
The government has been slow to provide aid to quake victims, however, and it is unclear whether any aid is coming.
4. Colombia — The Colombian government has said that it has been working to provide assistance to quake-affected areas, but has been criticized for not doing enough.
Colombia has a long history of quakes, and the area that was hit hardest by the April 11 quake was the most remote and populated.
Many of the homes were destroyed.
The earthquake has left more than 2 million people without electricity, water and other basic services.
Colombia also has the world’s largest reserves of oil and natural gas.
The United Nations has warned that some of the nations most vulnerable communities are at risk of extinction.
Canada — The Canadian government has promised to provide $1.6 billion to help rebuild after the April 10 quake.
But that money has been limited to a temporary plan to help with reconstruction.
The province of Guelph, which is home of the Great Hall of the People, is located a few kilometres from the city of Montreal, which suffered a devastating earthquake in 2011.
Residents of Guillory have been struggling to get basic supplies to their homes since then.
The provincial government says it is still working to get relief to residents, but it hasn’t announced any new funding.
Indonesia — The quake in July 2017 killed at least 14 people and injured more than 200, according the Ministry of Disaster Management.
The quake, which shook the country of Sumatra, also devastated the capital, Jakarta, and left tens of thousands homeless.
A total of 4.3 million people are currently homeless in Indonesia.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned of a dire need for immediate help in the aftermath of the quake.
South Africa — The death toll from the quake has risen to more then 1,000, according authorities.
A local resident has said some people are still trapped inside their houses, with no electricity or water.
The worst-hit parts of the city have seen some of their main streets and roads washed away, but most have not been completely destroyed. 8.
Iran — The nation has suffered a string of earthquakes since 2011, but the last was in January 2017.
Most people in Iran live in isolated rural areas, with many living in areas that are not connected to the main urban centers.
Experts have warned that the earthquake could have been even more devastating had it not been for a series.
Turkey — The Turkish government has blamed the April 7 quake on a malfunctioning dam, and said that repairs will begin within weeks.
However, the dam that supplies water to many cities in the country is still not functioning.
Australia — The Australian government has spent more than $10 billion on earthquake relief efforts.
The Government is still trying to determine how many people were killed in April’s quake, and whether any of those deaths were linked to the dam.
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