There was a terrorist attack in the Ukraine and violence continues surrounding the drug war in Mexico. Church attacks continue in Africa and Spain's economy has double dipped putting unemployment at 25%. Sound like the Great Depression to anyone else?
This is your weekly report preppers. Look for the information you need to stay safe and survive and keep on prepping.
-16:30:59 USC, Magnitude 5.1 - Nicobar Islands, India Region
-13:27:21 USC, Magnitude 5.2 - Southern Mid-Atlantic Ridge
-07:53:21 USC, Magnitude 5.2 - Nicobar Islands, India Region
-07:42:24 USC, Magnitude 5.7 - Nicobar Islands, India Region
-06:55:24 USC, Magnitude 50 - Samar, Philippines
-19:21:46 USC, Magnitude 5.5 - Off the West Coast of Northern Sumatra
-18:41:20 USC, Magnitude 5.1 - Hokkaido, Japan Region
-06:38:33 USC, Magnitude 5.0 - Fiji Region
-10:29:44 USC, Magnitude 5.1 - Sulawesi, Indonesia
-19:21:05 USC, Magnitude 5.7 - New Britain Region, Papua New Guinea
-19:06:48 USC, Magnitude 5.0 - Prince Edward Islands Region
-18:00:36 USC, Magnitude 5.3 - Kepulauan Mentawai Region, Indonesia
-10:08:08 USC, Magnitude 6.7 - Tonga
-15:02:18 USC, Magnitude 5.8 - Near the East Coast of Honshu, Japan
-10:28:52 USC, Magnitude 5.8 - Near the East Coast of Honshu, Japan
-08:09:06 USC, Magnitude 5.4 - Off the West Coast of Northern Sumatra
-01:57:52 USC, Magnitude 5.2 - Papua, Indonesia
-21:40:39 USC, Magnitude 5.1 - Off the West Coast of Northern Sumatra
-20:17:45 USC, Magnitude 5.0 - Kermadec Islands Region
-19:15:27 USC, Magnitude 5.1 - Tonga
-19:12:50 USC, Magnitude 5.0 - Kepulaun Talaud, Indonesia
-18:20:08 USC, Magnitude 5.1 - Mariana Islands Region
-18:11:45 USC, Magnitude 5.6 - Banda Sea
-16:56:44 USC, Magnitude 5.1 - South of Java, Indonesia
-13:06:59 USC, Magnitude 5.4 - Andaman Islands, India Region
-08:00:10 USC, Magnitude 5.7 - North Indian Ocean
-07:39:45 USC, Magnitude 5.5 - Offshore Coquimbo, Chile
-14:48:29 USC, Magnitude 5.0 - Near the Coast of Western Turkey
-13:59:44 USC, Magnitude 5.5 - Sulawesi, Indonesia
-05:33:51 USC, Magnitude 5.4 - Volcano Islands, Japan Region
4-28-2012 - Pacific Ocean Region - Tonga Islands - Magnitude 6.7 - Depth 118 km
No volcanic activity at this time.
No tropical storms at this time.
Status of Worldwide Supervolcanoes
Lake Taupo - VEI 8 - Status: Green
Lake Toba - VEI 8 - Status: Green
Whakamaru - VEI 8 - Status: Green
Yellowstone Caldera - VEI 8 - Status: Green
Island park Caldera - VEI 8 - Status: Green
La Girta Caldera - VEI 8 - Status: Green
Mount Tambora - VEI 7 - Status: Green
Baekdu Mountain - VEI 7 - Status: Green
Kikai Caldera - VEI 7 - Status: Green
Laacher See - VEI 7 - Status: Green
Aira Caldera - VEI 7 - Status: Green
Campi Flegrei - VEI 7 - Status: Green
Reporoa Caldera - VEI 7 - Status: Green
Mount Aso - VEI 7 - Status: Green
Long Valley Caldera - VEI 7 - Status: Green
Valles Caldera - VEI 7 - Status: Green
Santorini Volcano - VEI 7 - Status: Green
No drought updates at this time.
4-26-2012 - Flash Flood - Haiti and Dominican Republic - 9 dead and 22,250 evacuated as torrential rains drench Hispaniola causing mudslides and flash flooding.
4-26-2012 - Flood - Princetona nd Kimberly, British Columbia, Canada - Evacuation alerts have been issued as a result of the first major flooding in British Columbia this year.
5-1-2012 - Flood Warning - Great Billing, Northampton, UK - A thousand people evacuated from a caravan holiday park over fears of flash flooding.
4-25-2012 - Forest/Wildfire - Norhtland, New Zealand - Hlaf of a 50 acre plantation engulfed in flames.
4-26-2012 - Forest/Wildfire - Luohe Village, Yunnan Province, China - More than 1,000 struggling to extinguish a forest fire.
4-27-2012 - Forest/Wildfire - Kountze Region, Texas, USA - Outbreak of six forest fires.
4-29-2012 - Forest/Wildfire - Anola Region, Manitoba, Canada - Grass fire rages out of control and burns down a home.
5-1-2012 - Fire - Hudson, Florida - 150 evacuated as fire burns through woods.
4-26-2012 - Biological Hazard - Chamlong, Sawangha District, Ang Thong, Thailand - Hundreds to thousands of open-billed storks have died mysteriously. Fear of another bird flu outbreak.
4-26-2012 - Epidemic Hazard - Mumbai Maharastra, India - Suspected case of cholera reported.
4-27-2012 - Biological Hazard - Kazakhstan - Locust is spreading to two million hectares of Kazahkstan territory this year.
4-27-2012 - Epidemic Hazard - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Cab driver diagnosed with rubella.
4-27-2012 - Biological Hazard - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA - Possible attack of africanized bees.
4-27-2012 - Biological Hazard - Coastline between Port Esperance and Hastings Bay, Tasmania, Australia - Toxic algal bloom.
4-27-2012 - Epidemic - Western Ukraine - Over 5,100 cases of measles have been reported and that number is expected to increase.
4-28-2012 - Biological Hazard - Bawku, West District, Ghana - Animals who have died from anthrax have been found to have been sold to a chop bar operator.
4-29-2012 - Biological Hazard - Nagylok, Fejer County, Hungary - 19 injured after attack by africanized bees.
4-29-2012 - Epidemic - Salapash, Katraguda, Railighati, Rayagada, India - At lest nine children dead and another twelve infected in the past fifteen days from an outbreak of measles.
4-30-2012 - Biological Hazard - Peru - Investigation to take place on deaths of hundreds of pelicans after 900 dolphins were recent found dead as well.
5-1-2012 - Biological Hazard - Guerrero State, Mexico - Toll of food poisoning sickness has risen to 302 children and 15 adults.
4-25-2012 - Hazmat Event - Columbia Nuclear Fuel Plant, South Caronlia, USA - Employee hospitalized after being exposed to a uranium continain acid.
4-26-2012 - Nuclear Event - Diabllo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant, California, USA - Operations curtailed as jellyfish-like creates swarm the coastal nuclear power plant.
4-27-2012 - Nuclear Event - Point Beach Nuclear Plant, WIsconsin, USA - Detection of carbon monoxide prompted an alert.
5-1-2012 - Nuclear Event - Salem I Nuclear Power Plant, Lower Alloways Creek Township, New Jersey, USA - Unexpected reactor shut down which triggered fire sirens under investigation.
4-28-2012 - Terror Attack - Dnepropetrovsk, Dnipropetrovska, Ukraine - 29 injured after four explosions shake the city. Terror investigation underway.
-Pakistan successfully tests the Shaheen -1A nuclear-capable ballistic missile, which is able to reach targets in India.
-United Nations Kofi Annan describes the situation in Syria as bleak, raising concerns about reports indicating that Syrian Army forces are conduction operations against opponents.
-South Sudan releases Sudanese prisoners of war as border clashes between the two states seem to abate.
-Sout Korean retailers cease selling beef from the US after case of mad cow disease is reported.
-Figures from the Office for National Statistics indicate the UK economy has returned to recession sparking feers of a double-dip recession.
-Nearly 70 killed in rocket attacks by the Syrian army on the city of Hama, including many children.
-Mourners and police clash at the funeral of a protester who was killed last week in Bahrain.
-Seven people killed in Nigeria after a suicide bomber detonates a bomb in his car in Abuja.
-Three members fo the United States Armed Forces are killed in a bombing in eastern Afghanistan.
-Indonesia suspends imports of beef from the United States after a dairy cow was discovered with mad cow disease.
-Terrorist Attack: At least four explosions hit the Ukrainian city of Dnipropetrovsk with at least 27 injured.
-A suicide bomber kills at least five in teh Syrian capital of Damascus.
-Revolutionary Armed Forces of Columbia kill eight people in two seperate attacks.
-For the second time government of Romania falls in a no-confidence motion after just over two months following its appointment by the Parliament, while the Czech-Republic government survived its confidence by just 12 votes.
-Syiran activists claim that the Syrian Armed Forces killed ten in the village of Bakha north of Damascus.
-Lebanese Navy boards a ship from Libya allegedly carying weapons bound for the opposition of Syria.
-Gunmen in inflatable dinghies attack a military unit on the Syrian coast - the first seaborne assult since the start of the uprising.
-Two bodyguards and two insurgents are killed in an attack on the Govenor of Afghanistan's Kandahar Province.
-Saudia Arabia shuts down its embassy and consulates in Egypt following protests.
-Malaysian police use tear gas and water cannon to disperse thousands of protesters gathered in Kuala Lumpur calling for free and fair elections.
-Revolutionary Armed Forces of Columbia kill four members of the Columbian Army on a mission to destroy cocaine laboratories in Caqueta Department with another four soldiers,a police officer and a French journalist missing.
-Several explosions are reported near a Christian service at Bayero University Kano in the northern Nigerian city of Kano with at least 21 dead.
-At least five dead at attack on a Church of Christ in the Nigerian city of Maiduguri, the spiritual home of the Boko Haram radical Islamist sect.
-One dead and ten injured in a grendade attack at a church in Nairobi, Kenya.
-Four officials killed in a rebel attack in northern Burma.
-Seven people killed in a three-way shootout between rival drug cartels and the authorities in the Mexican state of Sinaloa.
-Lebanon confiscates a shipment of arms and ammunition meant for Syrian rebels and arrests 11 crew members.
-Final deadline for the total destruction of chemical weapons stockpiles under the International Chemical Weapons Convention is reached.
-Mali coup leader Amadou haya Sanogo rejects a decision by the Economic Community of West African States to deploy troops to the country.
-Sudan arrests four foreigners in the disputed border region with South Sudan on accusations of spying.
-Two bombs explode in the northern Syrian town of Idib killking at least eight.
-A court in Bahrain orders te retrial of 21 activists who took part in anti-government protests.
-Troops loyal to Bosco Ntaganda -who is wanted by the International Criminal Court - take two towns in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
-Three Taiwanese MP's and military officers visit the disputed Spratly Islands in the South Cina Sea amid mounting tensions.
-Spain's economy douple dips, with a quarter of the population out of work.
-Attack by a suicide bomber in a cafe attached to a hotel in Dhusamareb, Somalia caused an indeterminate number of fatalities.