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Dog visits hospital to say goodbye as owner dies (Video)

Dog visits hospital to say goodbye as owner dies (Video)

A heartbroken family have shared the moment a devoted dog was allowed into hospital to say goodbye to her dying owner. Ryan Jessen, 33, suffered a brain hemorrhage last month after what he thought was a simple migraine. During Jessen’s final moments, his loved ones gathered around his hospital bed to say their goodbyes. The hospital even allowed his four-legged ... Read More »

Aceh Quake: Number of homeless soars to 45000

Aceh Quake: Number of homeless soars to 45000

At least 45,000 people have been displaced by the powerful earthquake that hit Indonesia’s Aceh province. Relief efforts are being mobilised across the three districts near the epicenter of Wednesday’s magnitude 6.5 quake. Temporary shelters have been set up as aid agencies and the Indonesian government battle to meet the survival needs of the thousands of displaced people. Read More »

Texas Sinkhole Kills One, Injures Two (Photo)

Texas Sinkhole Kills One, Injures Two (Photo)

A massive sinkhole in Texas swallowed two cars on Sunday night, injuring one person and killing a reserve deputy, officials said. The hole, estimated to be at least 20 feet deep, opened Sunday at the scene of a sewer main rupture on the southwest side of the city. In the dark, two vehicles unwittingly drove into the hole; the first ... Read More »

Plane with a Brazilian football team crashes in Colombia, Report

Plane with a Brazilian football team crashes in Colombia, Report

A plane carrying the Brazilian first division Chapecoense football team has crashed in north-central Colombia. Six of the 81 people on board are believed to have survived the crash. Brazil has declared a mourning period following the plane crash. A Reuters photographer said the British Aerospace 146 had split into two. The tail end had been destroyed, leaving only the ... Read More »

South Korean leader leader explains Viagra

South Korean leader leader explains Viagra

The office of embattled South Korean President Park Geun-hye has confirmed a mass-purchase of Viagra pills, but said the medication was intended to treat altitude sickness for the president and her staff. Park’s office has insisted that the purchase had nothing to do with anyone’s erectile dysfunction, and was instead to treat potential altitude sickness that could have been experienced ... Read More »

Two moose found frozen in fight with antlers locked

Two moose found frozen in fight with antlers locked

Two moose were recently found frozen in battle and encased in ice near a remote village on Alaska’s unforgiving western coast. Brad Webster, a middle school social studies and science teacher in Unalakleet, captured images of the dead animals with their antlers poking through the ice. He had taken a friend who recently moved to the village for a walk ... Read More »

Colin Scott: Man ‘dissolved’ in Yellowstone hot spring, officials say

Man 'dissolved' in Yellowstone hot spring, officials say

Colin Scott who died at Yellowstone National Park in June likely “dissolved” in the “superheated, acidic mud pot” after falling into a hot spring, according to an incident report released by the National Park Service. The report states that Oregon man Colin Nathaniel Scott, 23 and his sister Sable Scott were looking for a place for soaking, or “hot-potting,” KULR-8 ... Read More »

Russian Jet Crashes Off Aircraft Carrier Near Syria, US officials say

Russian Jet Crashes Off Aircraft Carrier Near Syria, US officials say

A Russian navy jet crashed in the Mediterranean after taking off from Putin’s flagship aircraft carrier which was sent to support Assad in Syria. As reported by Combat Aircraft a Russian Navy Mig-29KUBR embarked aboard Adm. Kuznetsov aircraft carrier has crashed on Nov. 13. The aircraft is one of the four naval Fulcrums operated by the 100th Independent Shipborne Fighter ... Read More »