The United States Geological Survey is reporting a 5.7 magnitude earthquake 12.8 kilometers deep hit off Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada at 3:05 PM Eastern Standard Time. No tsunami warning has been issued.
The Eternal City found itself struggling to escape from its first snowfall in nearly 30 years. Gazprom who provides critical natural gas supplies for many European countries was struggling to meet increased demand for Europe and its own country Russia. Desperate Serbian unemployed found a critical source of need funds by being paid $10 Euro’s per day to help with shoveling snow in parts of Belgrade. Many hundreds are dead across Europe as the freeze continues to snarl flights and road traffic.