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Forty dead tiger cubs found in freezer at Thai temple (Photo)

Forty dead tiger cubs found in freezer at Thai temple

Thai authorities on Wednesday discovered 40 dead tiger cubs in the controversial Pha Luang Ta Bua Yanasampann temple – better known as the Tiger Temple – which uses the big cats as a tourist attraction. According to Reuters, Thai police and wildlife authorities started a 1,000 person operation on Monday to remove all living tigers from the Buddhist temple. Read More »

Merve Buyuksarac: ‘Former Miss Turkey’ found guilty of insulting Erdogan

Merve Buyuksarac: Former Miss Turkey found guilty of insulting Erdogan

Merve Buyuksarac, an industrial designer, writer, and former Miss Turkey, has been punished with a 14-month suspended sentence for “insulting” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. To earn the sentence, Merve Buyuksarac reportedly shared a quote from a satirical poem on her Instagram account in 2014. According to the lawyers of the Turkish President, the post as “an attack against the ... Read More »

Man gets head stuck in washing machine “Photo”

Man gets head stuck in washing machine (Photo)

Firefighters in China had to free a man whose head was stuck in a washing machine. Apparently, the young man was going to use the machine when he discovered that it was not working, and decided to fix it. It appeared to him the drum might be causing the problem, and in order to figure out what the issue was, ... Read More »

Two alligators found eating dead human body in US

Two alligators found eating dead human body in US

Police recovered a human body in South Florida on Monday after they found the corpse being consumed by two alligators in Southwest Ranches. Davie police found exactly that when they arrived at 7101 U.S. 27, on the western edge of the town of Southwest Ranches. Two alligators — a big one, and a little one — were eating a corpse ... Read More »

Gorilla killed at Cincinnati zoo had been “protecting” fallen child (Video)

Gorilla killed at Cincinnati zoo had been 'protecting' fallen child (Video)

The Cincinnati Zoo’s director on Monday defended the decision to kill a gorilla to protect a 4-year-old boy who entered its exhibit, noting it’s easy to second-guess after the child was recovered safely. A special zoo response team killed the animal after concluding the 4-year-old boy’s life was in danger. Anthony Seta, a prominent animal rights activist, called the gorilla’s ... Read More »

Conductor Dies After Fall From Royal Gorge Train (Video)

Conductor Dies After Fall From Royal Gorge Train (Video)

The Royal Gorge train is closed while investigators look into the death of a train conductor along the scenic route. Leslie Cacy, 28, died at the scene, about 4 miles from the train station, as it was backing up to the station with 200 passengers. The sheriff’s office said Cacy was in the rear of the train, standing in the ... Read More »

Cindy Waldron: Woman attacked by crocodile during night swim

Cindy Waldron: Woman attacked by crocodile during night swim

A woman who was “dragged away” by a crocodile as her friend tried in vain to rescue her is reportedly still missing more than 12 hours after being snatched by the creature. The pair were in shallow water at Thornton Beach in the World Heritage-listed Daintree National Park in Queensland state when the 46-year-old woman was taken by the crocodile ... Read More »

‘Fat Leonard’ Scandal: three new defendants charged in navy bribery scheme

'Fat Leonard' Scandal: 3 New Defendants Charged in Navy Bribery Scheme

The “Fat Leonard” Navy bribery scandal continued to grow Friday, with charges being filed in Virginia and San Diego against three current and former officers accused of divulging inside information about Navy operations and arranging special diplomatic clearances in exchange for gifts, entertainment and prostitutes. Retired Navy Captain Michael Brooks, 57, Commander Bobby Pitts, 47, and Lieutenant Commander Gentry Debord, ... Read More »