Teams: Galatasaray, Milan, TURKIYE
Tell me that you are kidding right?
When I used to live in US, during september october (hurricane season) the only news you saw on the TV was hurricanes. Now hurricane is 400 miles off the coast, now it has changed it course, now it is coming etc...
Media gives the exact location of where the hurricane is going to hit and if it changes its course they report that too. So they do warn about hurricanes weeks before.
Most of the people who died in the recent earthquakes were the people who refused to leave their homes since they had no other place to go. Hence most of them were unfortunately African Americans with low income or other elderlies who were just living on some retirement plan who couldn't afford to leave their home and go somewhere else.
Earthquakes are a different case because there is no way to tell when or where it is going to happen. So far only animals can sense it just before it is going to happen and that does not help of course. So all media can do is to pay attention to the aftermath.
And this bird flu thing is a serious case that needs attention too. Firstly there is no cure for it. If you catch it, you die. Secondly there were not many deaths because the media paid a lot of attention to it and the governments (including mine) responded accordingly. And lastly if this thing mutates and becomes transferrable from human to human than we got a serious problem but it looks like it is not going to get to that.
"Without struggle there is no progress" Frederick Douglas.