Typhoon Danas, categorised at the weakest typhoon level, is expected to hit the eastern county of Yilan late on Thursday.
The abrupt closure of one of France's biggest tourist draws was frustrating to visitors who had been planning to go up the 324 metre tower.
The evacuation came just days after the United States withdrew non-essential staff from its embassy in Baghdad.
Production at the oilfield was not affected by the evacuation and work is continuing normally, overseen by Iraqi engineers, Iraqi oil officials said.
Firefighters have cleared staff to return to the tower after an evacuation.
The government plans to lift the order for part of Okuma town on April 10.
Two explosive devices were found in a vehicle used by the gunman who attacked the two mosques which also left 48 injured.
NZ Civil Defence says the Pigeon Valley fire covers 2,300 ha with a 25 km perimeter
A state of emergency has been declared around the town of Wakefield as the fire moved within 10 km of the residential area.
Sirens began before dawn on Sunday, triggered by dangerous water levels at a tailings dam still standing in the Vale SA facility near Brumadinho in Minas Gerais state.
Thousands forced to evacuate their homes after heavy rain triggered devastating flash floods and landslides in Indonesia.
Almost 12,000 people were also evacuated from their homes in the Bicol region after the low pressure area, locally named "Usman", hit the eastern side of the country on Saturday.
Police and emergency services evacuated some 300 people in the 38-storey Opal Tower in the Sydney Olympic Park and other nearby buildings on Monday after reports of 'cracking' noises.
The 392-unit tower opened this year and is near the site of the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
About 3,000 people were evacuated from the Opal Tower complex after a loud 'crack' was heard.
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As the volcano's activity fell back to normal parameters, evacuees were asked for the sake of cautiousness to return home on Tuesday by bus.
The bodies were recovered in and around Paradise, California, a mountain community some 90 miles (145 km) north of Sacramento left devastated by the Camp Fire.
California is experiencing one of its worst fire years ever, nearly twice the amount during the same period of 2017 and nearly triple the five-year average.
Yutu was the strongest storm to hit the archipelago in 50 years and killed a woman and injured more than 130 people. It tore off the roofs of buildings, flipped vehicles and damaged generators, water pipes and downed hundreds of electricity poles.
The county has assembled several rescue crews to save people from floods and filled thousands of sandbags over the last couple of days.
Rivers swelled toward record levels, and thousands of people were ordered to evacuate.
Video footage showed parking lots in New Bern turned into shallow lakes of dirty grey water as heavy rain fell.
Thousands fled their homes on the Philippines' northern coastal tip ahead of the early Saturday landfall of what has been called the strongest typhoon yet this year.