• Fireball Streaks Over Japan's Chiba Prefecture
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    Fireball Streaks Over Japan's Chiba Prefecture

    A fireball lit up sky over Japan’s main island of Honshu around 9:30 pm on the evening of November 21. According to a report by NHK , the fireball was seen from Honshu’s Tohoku region, in the north, to the Kinki region in the south. This footage was captured by a driver’s car camera and is described

  • Bali's Mount Agung Volcano Erupts
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    Bali's Mount Agung Volcano Erupts

    The Mount Agung volcano in Bali, Indonesia, erupted on November 21, less than a month since its alert status was downgraded following a decrease in seismic activity. BNPD , the Indonesian disaster management agency, retweeted one of their researchers, who said that the eruption reached a height of 700

  • Protesters Rally Near Trump's Mar-a-Lago Estate in Support of Haiti Immigration Reform
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    Protesters Rally Near Trump's Mar-a-Lago Estate in Support of Haiti Immigration Reform

    Protesters demonstrated outside President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Florida estate on the afternoon of November 21 in response to the Trump administration’s announcement that they will be ending the Temporary Protected Status ( TPS ) program. With the end of TPS , nearly 60,000 Haitian immigrants with provisional

  • Coast Guard Crew Offloads One Ton of Seized Cocaine
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    Coast Guard Crew Offloads One Ton of Seized Cocaine

    Members of the Cost Guard Cutter Pelican offloaded approximately one ton of cocaine worth more than $23 million in St. Petersburg, Florida, on November 20. The cocaine was seized during patrols in the Caribbean Sea south of the Dominican Republic, according to a Coast Guard press release. Three suspected

  • UK's Royal Navy Searches For Missing Argentine Submarine
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    UK's Royal Navy Searches For Missing Argentine Submarine

    Officers from the UK’s Royal Navy searched for the missing Argentine submarine San Juan in the South Atlantic on Monday, November 20. This video, shared by the UK’s Ministry of Defence on behalf of the Royal Navy, show the view from inside the HMS Protector, the Royal Navy’s ice patrol ship, as it endured

  • Former Catholic Priest Extradited From New Zealand to Australia for Teen Sex Offences
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    Former Catholic Priest Extradited From New Zealand to Australia for Teen Sex Offences

    A former Catholic priest was extradited from New Zealand to Sydney, Australia, on November 22 and charged with sexual and indecent assaults of seven young males between 1987 and 1989. The man, 58, would appear at Sydney Central Local Court on the same day. Since the Royal Commission into Institutional

  • Whale Shark Casually Swims Past Queensland Park Ranger
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    Whale Shark Casually Swims Past Queensland Park Ranger

    A six-metre whale shark surprised a Queensland National Parks ranger conducting reef surveys off the Townsville coast. This video, posted to Facebook on November 22, shows the shark encounter. The shark, able to grow to 12 metres in length , is a plankton feeder and poses no risk to the ranger. Credit

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    Northern Lights Shine Over Millinocket, Maine

    The northern lights shone brightly over Millinocket, Maine on the evening of Tuesday, November 20, and into Wednesday morning. This video, taken from a New England Outdoor Center webcam, shows the lights at about 15 seconds into the footage. Credit: Facebook/New England Outdoor Center via Storyful

  • New Footage Shows North Korean Defector's Escape
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    New Footage Shows North Korean Defector's Escape

    Footage has been released showing a North Korean defector crossing the border between North Korea and South Korea on November 13. The United Nations Command responsible for policing the Demilitarized Zone accused North Korea of violating the armistice agreement when a solder crossed the military demarcation

  • Timelapse Captures Shooting Stars Streaking Over Aurora-Filled Night Sky
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    Timelapse Captures Shooting Stars Streaking Over Aurora-Filled Night Sky

    The Southern Lights were out in force on November 21, dazzling Tasmanians and astrophotographers with a colourful display complete with shooting stars. The technicolour display could be see from every corner of the apple island, from the north in Devonport to the South Arm. Photographer Jase Batey captured

  • Fishing Vessel Rescues Norwegian Sailor in Rough Seas Near Auckland
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    Fishing Vessel Rescues Norwegian Sailor in Rough Seas Near Auckland

    The New Zealand Defence Force deployed a helicopter to help in the search and rescue effort after a Norweigan sailor called for help in rough seas on Sunday, November 19. The sailor was rescued about 400km northeast of Auckland by a commercial fishing vessel in 3.5 metre swells, Newshub reported. The

  • Police Search Merrylands Following Shooting of John Ibrahim's Bodyguard
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    Police Search Merrylands Following Shooting of John Ibrahim's Bodyguard

    Police combed Price Street in Merrylands, New South Wales, on November 21 after underworld figure John Ibrahim’s bodyguard Semi “Tongan Sam” Ngata was shot in the back last Friday. The incident took place at Ibrahim’s home on November 17 during prepations for the wedding of Ibrahim’s newphew, Hassan

  • Smoke Pours from Mount Agung Volcano Following Eruption
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    Smoke Pours from Mount Agung Volcano Following Eruption

    The Mount Agung volcano in Bali, Indonesia, began erupting on November 21, less than a month after its alert status was downgraded following a decrease in seismic activity. Smoke from the eruption reached a height of 700 meters, according to - Indonesia’s Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources. Locals

  • Anti-Adani Coal Mine Protesters Interrupt MP's Speech in Townsville
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    Anti-Adani Coal Mine Protesters Interrupt MP's Speech in Townsville

    Protesters interrupted a speech by Queensland opposition leader Tim Nicholls as he arrived on stage at a Townsville event on Wednesday, November 22. The demonstrators hid under the stage for hours ahead of the event so they could call for the Adani coal mine proposal to be scrapped. The group behind

  • Walls of Rain Sweep Over Jeddah in Timelapse Footage
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    Walls of Rain Sweep Over Jeddah in Timelapse Footage

    Successive waves of rain passed over Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, on Tuesday, November 21, causing major flooding in the city. This footage shows a time lapse of the storm taken from the offices of the General Authority for Meteorology and Environmental Protection, a Saudi government agency. Credit: Facebook

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    The FCC sets vote to kill net neutrality | Crunch Report

    "The FCC sets vote to kill net neutrality, Bitcoin hits $8,000 and Android is secret sending location data. All this on crunch Report."

  • Timelapse Captures Lightning at Uluru
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    Timelapse Captures Lightning at Uluru

    Drone footage captured on November 17 a lightning storm timelapse at Ayers Rock, or Uluru, one of Australia’s most sacred sites. Photographer Kartikeya Sharma captured the footage and told Storyful: “I was finishing work at Field of Lights – Uluru outdoor dining site when the lightning became noticeable

  • Lawmakers Cheer at Announcement of Mugabe's Resignation
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    Lawmakers Cheer at Announcement of Mugabe's Resignation

    Jubilation broke out in Harare when Zimbabwe’s President, Robert Mugabe, issued a resignation letter on Tuesday evening, November 21, cutting short an impeachment hearing set to commence the following morning. Lawmakers responded with cheers as parliament speaker Jacob Mudende read out the letter that

  • Celebrations Erupt Outside Zimbabwe Parliament Building as Mugabe Resigns
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    Celebrations Erupt Outside Zimbabwe Parliament Building as Mugabe Resigns

    Zimbabweans took to the streets in celebration on Tuesday, November 21, as a letter of resignation from President Robert Mugabe was read out in front of the country’s Parliament, according to local news reports . The resignation marked an official end to the leader’s 37-year rule, sparking celebrations

  • Drone Footage Captures Lava Rivers Streaming From Kilauea Volcano
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    Drone Footage Captures Lava Rivers Streaming From Kilauea Volcano

    Drone footage captures rivers of lava flowing from Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii, on October 7. Erez Marom shot the footage while on a two-week trip to Hawaii with a friend. The pair hiked eight kilometers to reach the hot lava, which was flowing outside the boundary of the national park. Marom used his drone

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    Crowds Celebrate Mugabe Resignation Outside Opposition Party Offices

    Zimbabweans celebrated in the streets of Harare on November 21 after it was confirmed that President Robert Mugabe had announced his resignation , ending 37 years in power. The announcement was made by parliament speaker Jacob Mudende during an impeachment hearing, sparking jubilation among lawmakers

  • Dad Tries to Distract Adorable Toddler From TV
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    Dad Tries to Distract Adorable Toddler From TV

    Taylor recorded this video of his son Theo locked into the children’s film Trolls on TV in Los Angeles, California. Try as he might, Taylor could not distract the toddler away from the television. It was only when Theo’s mum mentioned the word ‘toast’ that attention was finally paid. Credit: Dude Dad

  • Ducks That Will Quack You Up
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    Ducks That Will Quack You Up

    You wouldn’t be wrong in thinking that ducks are one of the funniest animals on the planet. The little fur-monsters don’t get enough appreciation, so here’s a special Storyful compilation that will quack you up. Credit: Various via Storyful

  • Kids That Can't Stay Awake
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    Kids That Can't Stay Awake

    It ain’t easy being sleepy and being a kid can be hard. Finding the perfect balance between sleeping and eating takes years to master and Storyful have paid tribute to that hardship with this lovely comilation. Credit: Various via Storyful

  • Antigua and Barbuda PM Says Developed Countries Have 'Obligation' to Help Victims of Climate Change
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    Antigua and Barbuda PM Says Developed Countries Have 'Obligation' to Help Victims of Climate Change

    The prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda said on November 20 that developed countries have an obligation to help Caribbean island countries as they are “suffering disproportionately from the effects of climate change.” Speaking in New York ahead of a CARICOM -UN High-Level Pledging Conference, Prime