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October 2016


Employment Fourth Preference Certain Religious Workers (SR):Pursuant to Section 573 of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016 (Public Law 114-113), the non-minister special immigrant program expires on September 30, 2016. No SR visas may be issued overseas, or final action taken on adjustment of status cases, after midnight September 29, 2016. Visas issued prior to this date will only be issued with a validity date of September 29, 2016, and all individuals seeking admission as a non-minister special immigrant must be admitted (repeat, admitted) into the U.S. no later than midnight September 29, 2016.




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Section 575 of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016 (Public Law 114-113) extended this immigrant investor pilot program until September 30, 2016. The I5 and R5 visas may be issued until close of business on September 30, 2016, and may be issued for the full validity period. No I5 or R5 visas may be issued overseas, or final action taken on adjustment of status cases, after September 30, 2016.


Oracle products may have dependencies on other Oracle products. Hence security vulnerability fixes announced in this Critical Patch Update may affect one or more dependent Oracle products. For details regarding these dependencies and how to apply patches to dependent products, please refer to Patch Set Update and Critical Patch Update October 2016 Availability Document, My Oracle Support Note 2171485.1.


Oracle Fusion Middleware products include Oracle Database components that are affected by the vulnerabilities listed in the Oracle Database section. The exposure of Oracle Fusion Middleware products is dependent on the Oracle Database version being used. Oracle Database security fixes are not listed in the Oracle Fusion Middleware risk matrix. However, since vulnerabilities affecting Oracle Database versions may affect Oracle Fusion Middleware products, Oracle recommends that customers apply the October 2016 Critical Patch Update to the Oracle Database components of Oracle Fusion Middleware products. For information on what patches need to be applied to your environments, refer to Critical Patch Update October 2016 Patch Availability Document for Oracle Products, My Oracle Support Note 2171485.1.


Oracle Enterprise Manager products include Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware components that are affected by the vulnerabilities listed in the Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware sections. The exposure of Oracle Enterprise Manager products is dependent on the Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware versions being used. Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware security fixes are not listed in the Oracle Enterprise Manager risk matrix. However, since vulnerabilities affecting Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware versions may affect Oracle Enterprise Manager products, Oracle recommends that customers apply the October 2016 Critical Patch Update to the Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware components of Enterprise Manager. For information on what patches need to be applied to your environments, refer to Critical Patch Update October 2016 Patch Availability Document for Oracle Products, My Oracle Support Note 2171485.1.


Oracle E-Business Suite products include Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware components that are affected by the vulnerabilities listed in the Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware sections. The exposure of Oracle E-Business Suite products is dependent on the Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware versions being used. Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware security fixes are not listed in the Oracle E-Business Suite risk matrix. However, since vulnerabilities affecting Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware versions may affect Oracle E-Business Suite products, Oracle recommends that customers apply the October 2016 Critical Patch Update to the Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware components of Oracle E-Business Suite. For information on what patches need to be applied to your environments, refer to Oracle E-Business Suite Releases 12 Critical Patch Update Knowledge Document (October 2016), My Oracle Support Note 2181748.1.


Hurricane Matthew was the most powerful storm of the 2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season, and made its fourth and final landfall near McClellanville, South Carolina as a category 1 hurricane late in the morning of October 8th. Although gusts above hurricane force were reported along the Carolina coast, Matthew will be remembered for its extreme rainfall and deadly flooding. According to the National Hurricane Center, Matthew was directly responsible for 25 deaths in North Carolina and four in South Carolina, all but one due to flooding. Damage in the United States was estimated by the National Center for Environmental Information (NCEI) at $10.3 billion. The name "Matthew" was officially retired from the list of Atlantic hurricane names due to the immense destruction it caused during its trek across the Caribbean islands and the Southeastern United States.


The 2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season featured 15 named storms, 7 hurricanes, and 4 major hurricanes. The Carolinas were affected by four tropical cyclones in 2016 prior to Matthew: Bonnie, Colin, Hermine, and Julia.


Graphic showing the all-time record crest of 24.39 feet on the Lumber River at Lumberton, NC on October 8, 2016. The large amount of missing data is because the city water plant was inundated by floodwaters, making the gauge unusable.


Crested at 24.39 feet on October 9, 2016, the highest in history. This exceeded flood stage by over 11 feet. High water flooded large portions of the city, and covered a portion of I-95 closing the interstate between exits 31 and 20. Lumberton's water treatment plant was flooded, shutting down the city's municipal water supply for weeks. Thousands of people were displaced from homes and public housing. Contrary to early news reports, the town's levee system did not breach; water instead flowed beneath I-95 along railroad tracks at VFW Rd., bypassing the levee.


Crested at 14.43 feet on October 11, 2016, the highest in history. Severe flooding essentially destroyed the nearby town of Fair Bluff. NC Highway 130 and U.S. Highway 74 and 701 were closed due to persistent flooding. Most of the town's businesses and about one-fifth of its homes were damaged by floodwaters.


Graphic showing the all-time record crest of 17.87 feet on the Waccamaw River at Conway, SC on October 18, 2016. This crest broke records previously set during the October 2015 floods, Hurricane Floyd in September 1999, and the 1945 Homestead Hurricane.


Crested at 17.87 feet on October 18, 2016, the highest in history. This exceeded flood stage by almost 7 feet. Severe flooding in back-to-back Octobers devastated neighborhoods along the Waccamaw River. Over 1,000 Horry County residents had to take refuge in shelters. Flooding closed 170 roads including U.S. Highway 501. Waccamaw floodwaters backed up through Crab Tree Swamp and flooded portions of the Conway-Horry County Airport.


Crested at 23.67 feet on October 18, 2016, the highest in history. The Waccamaw River connects to the Intracoastal Waterway near Bucksport. This allowed Waccamaw River flooding to spread northward along the Intracoastal Waterway into the town of Socastee.


Graphic showing Hurricane Matthew's crest of 68.46 feet on the Cape Fear River at William O. Huske Lock and Dam on October 10, 2016. This crest was the second highest in history behind the 1945 Homestead Hurricane.


Crested at 36.44 feet on October 11, 2016, the fourth highest in history. Major flooding occurred in the towns of Clarkton, White Oak, Tar Heel, Bladenboro, as well as in Elizabethtown. Many area roads including state highways were closed due to high water.


Crested at 8.17 feet on October 8, 2016 during Hurricane Matthew's storm surge, the highest in history. A second crest of 7.35 feet occurred due to river flooding on October 17, 2016, the fourth highest in history. Water over a foot deep covered Water Street in downtown Wilmington, and even closed a portion of U.S. Highway 421 near the Battleship for a period.


Crested at 17.81 feet on October 13, 2016, the second highest in history behind Hurricane Floyd. Flooding along the nearby Black River was particularly severe, with water backing up across large portions of rural western Pender County. Multiple neighborhoods were evacuated along Canetuck Road between the Black and the Cape Fear Rivers.


Simplified structural scheme of the central Apennines inner zone, showing the main Quaternary normal faults (black lines, tick on downthrown side), Miocene-Pliocene thrusts (blue lines), the location of the M>5 events of the 2016-2017 seismic sequence, together with their focal mechanisms (available at ). The thin red lines are the mapped coseismic surface ruptures following the 30 October 2015 Mw 6.5 Norcia earthquake along which the data on coseismic ruptures discussed in this paper have been collected.


How to cite this article: Villani F. et al. A database of the coseismic effects following the 30 October 2016 Norcia earthquake in Central Italy. Sci. Data 5:180049 doi: 10.1038/sdata.2018.49 (2018).


F.V. wrote the main text and together with R.C., S.P. and L.P. parsed the raw field data; L.P. improved the Visual Basic macro written by G.T. and helped creating the final version of the database; P.M.D.M., S.P. and R.N. coordinated the joint venture of the Open EMERGEO Working Group; all the Authors of this work collected field data during repeated surveys between fall 2016 - spring 2017, and reviewed the final version of the manuscript.


G. whereas in accordance, inter alia, with Protocol No 24 on asylum for nationals of Member States of the European Union annexed to the TEU and to the TFEU, recital 10 of Council Framework Decision 2002/584/JHA(2) and the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights (such as M.S.S. v. Belgium and Greece, judgment of 21 January 2011) and the Court of Justice (such as N.S. and M.E., judgment of 21 December 2011(3) and Aranyosi and Căldăraru, judgment of 5 April 2016 (4)), Member States, including the national courts, have an obligation to refrain from implementing Union law vis-à-vis other Member States in the event that there is a clear risk of a serious breach or a serious and persistent breach of the rule of law and fundamental rights in those other Member States; 041b061a72


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