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Sri Lanka: 3 dead, 200 missing in Sri Lanka mudslide after heavy rains: Official. Over 100 believed to have died in Sri Lanka landslide: Minister.
US: Hawaii lava crosses residential property, threatens more homes.

Population Geography
Liberia: New Ebola cases slowing in Liberia, but too soon to celebrate: WHO. Ebola appears to be slowing in Liberia, but risk of flare up remains: WHO.

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The Singapore River and its surroundings as seen before the diversion works began, in November 2012 and this year (above). The process involved demolishing parts of the old river embankment while building a series of dams, hardening the soil for tunnelling, and excavating a new canal 40m wide, 100m long and 7m deep. -- PHOTO: LAND TRANSPORT AUTHORITY<br />
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Singapore: Dynamic future in power generation.

Urban Geography
Singapore: Downtown Line 3 taking shape as Singapore River diversion comes to completion.

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Singapore: More rain and less haze for Singapore in weeks ahead. Phenomenon that seemed like a waterspout spotted in Clementi.
Australia: Government plan won’t save Great Barrier Reef: Australia scientists.

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India: New Delhi chokes on toxic smoke after festival of lights.

Population Geography
US: US President Barack Obama: ‘We have to be guided by facts, not fear’ on Ebola.
World: Ebola death toll tops 4,900 out of more than 10,000 cases: WHO.

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Singapore: Haze in the moderate range; PSI at 83 as of 9am.
Nepal: Small avalanches hamper final search for Nepal storm survivors.

Population Geography
Nigeria: Nigeria officially Ebola free, World Health Organisation declares.
South Korea: South Korea ill-prepared for possible Ebola outbreak, say health experts.

Urban Geography
Singapore: Take a ride into the future in free driverless buggies trial at Chinese, Japanese gardens.

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India: Heavily polluted India launches national air quality index. Death toll in India from Cyclone Hudhud climbs to 41.
Caribbean: Hurricane Gonzalo makes bull’s eye hit on Bermuda, cutting power to most residents.

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Japan: At least one dead, two missing at Typhoon Vongfong pounds Japan.

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2007-2013 A Level Question Analysis

Prelims are over! It’s now a mad rush till the end!

To help you with targeted revision, we present you with a question analysis of H2 A Level Geog papers since 2007. Click here to access this document.

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India: 3 killed, 370,000 evacuated from eastern coast as Cyclone Hudhud slams into India.
China: Eastern China set for record-hot summers: study.
Hong Kong: Car-free roads, short queues, and clean air: Positive side effects of Hong Kong protests.
Japan: Typhoon Vongfong makes landfall on southern Japan island of Kyushu: 1 missing, dozens hurt. Typhoon Vongfong hits Japan’s Kyushu island, moves towards Honshu.

Population Geography
US: US cities, states scramble after Ebola missteps in Dallas expose planning gaps.

Urban Geography
Philippines: Urban decay, creaking infrastructure threaten to cool red-hot Philippine economy.

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Japan: Japan’s main islands bracing for powerful Typhoon Vongfong after it hits Okinawa.
Singapore: PSI in unhealthy range again after remaining in moderate range most evening. Hazy conditions to persist on Sunday, PSI to fluctuate between moderate and unhealthy.
India: About 100,000 evacuated as cyclone Hudhud bears down on India coast. Cyclone Hudhud reaches peak strength of up to 195km/h, pounds India’s eastern seaboard.

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Africa: Fighting Ebola: ‘This is our job’, say experts from Singapore who have been to Liberia twice.

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