What’s the average number of disasters a country can expect to see on the World Meteorological Organization’s list every year?
In 2016, it was 0.1 disasters per million inhabitants.
The list is compiled by the UN, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), and the World Health Organization.
The ICAO counts natural disasters, man-made catastrophes, and nuclear accidents.
The WHO is responsible for tracking the actual number of people affected by any event, as well as for counting the actual deaths.
The world has experienced more than 300 natural disasters in 2016, the highest number since 1979.
Here are the 10 worst natural disasters on record, according to the ICAE: * In India, a landslide damaged more than 4,000 homes, killing nearly 100 people.
The landslide was triggered by a lightning strike in the state of Bihar.
The exact cause of the landslide is still under investigation.
* In Iran, a massive landslide damaged 2,000 houses and killed at least 35 people.
A dam collapsed, and several rivers flooded in nearby areas.
The main dam was eventually repaired, but residents were left without access to clean water.
* A landslide in Indonesia caused at least 1,000 landslides, damaging more than 1.5 million buildings.
A landslide near a nuclear power plant killed at most 60 people, mostly women and children.
* The floods that swept through northern China in 2013 and killed about 150,000 people also left at least 3,000 dead.
* On April 3, 2014, the deadly tsunami hit Japan, killing more than 13,000.
Some 4.4 million people were affected by the tsunami.
The government blamed a landslide caused by a massive mudslide in southern Japan, which also destroyed homes.
* Another major landslide in Myanmar killed more than 20,000 in the country’s northeast.
* An earthquake killed more people in the United Arab Emirates in September 2015.
* Floods devastated more than 10,000 villages in South Sudan in April 2017.
The United Nations has classified the disaster as a humanitarian emergency, with a potential death toll of between 30,000 and 50,000, according the Associated Press.
* Tornadoes tore through Texas, Georgia, Florida, and Arkansas in May 2019.
In June, a tornado tore through a town in Louisiana, killing seven people and destroying homes and other property.
The tornadoes also killed at to 10,844 people and injured 2,977.
* Typhoon Haiyan devastated the Philippines in late September and left more than 17,000 homeless.
* Hurricane Maria destroyed more than 3,100 homes and destroyed at least 9.1 million homes in Puerto Rico.
* At least 5,300 people were killed when a typhoon slammed into Bangladesh in November 2017.
* Storms in Mexico killed at a total of 15,000 on March 6, 2018, according a report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
* Fires devastated more, damaged more, and destroyed more homes in Indonesia in February 2018.
* Tropical Storm Jose swept through the Philippines on September 7, 2018.
The storm destroyed more properties and damaged or destroyed at a number of structures in the Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia.
* As Hurricane Irma approached Cuba in late October, more than 11,000 residents of Puerto Rico lost power.
The hurricane caused $17.4 billion in damages to the island nation and $13.7 billion in damage to the U.S. Virgin Islands.
* Hurricanes Irma and Maria devastated parts of Haiti, and the U,S.
territory has been left without power since the devastation began.
* Meteorologists say there were 6,400 deaths in Chile between August 2018 and February 2019.
* There were about 13,800 fatalities in Japan in January 2018.
Meteorologists also found that the country had more than 100,000 reported cases of dengue fever.
* According to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, more people have died in the Zika virus outbreak in Brazil than in any other outbreak.
* Brazil’s Zika virus has been reported to have caused about 2,500 deaths.
* More than 2,100 people have been killed in Haiti since April 2017 in a series of earthquakes, landslides and volcanic eruptions.
* Venezuela has reported about 50,300 cases of the coronavirus.
* Ebola has killed at the high end of the death toll, but the World Bank says it has seen the virus spread in some areas, killing hundreds of thousands of people in parts of West Africa.
* Scientists have confirmed more than 500 cases of Zika virus in China, including a new strain that has been linked to birth defects in babies and severe brain damage in older people.
* People are dying in the Middle East and Africa from Zika and other mosquito-borne illnesses.
In Saudi Arabia, more deaths have been reported in the past two weeks than in the whole of 2016.
* About 3,400 people have also died in Liberia and