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Activists Confront DHS Secretary During Dinner at Mexican Restaurant11s

Activists Confront DHS Secretary During Dinner at Mexican Restaurant

Activists with the Metro D.C. branch of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) confronted Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen as she ate dinner at a Mexican restaurant in Washington on June 19. The activists called for the abolition of the immigration policy that separates children and parents seeking asylum at the US border. “We will not stand by and let Secretary Nielsen dine in peace, while she is directing her employees to tear little girls away from their mothers and crying boys away from their fathers at our border,” said Margaret McLaughlin of the DSA. The first video shows the activists inside the restaurant confronting Nielsen, the second video shows the police that were called to the scene. Credit: Metro D.C. Democratic Socialists of America via Storyful

Fans Celebrate Senegal's First World Cup Win in 16 Years19s

Fans Celebrate Senegal's First World Cup Win in 16 Years

People in Dakar, Senegal streamed onto the streets after the team’s historic 2-1 win against Poland on June 19 during the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Twitter user @Kadijane shared footage on the site of of people in downtown Dakar celebrating, waving the country’s flag and honking horns in the street. There also some people seen dancing on a car and cheering. This was Senegal’s first FIFA World Cup win since 2002. As of writing, the footage has 28 retweets on Twitter. Credit: @Kadijane via Storyful

Jubilant Soccer Fans Celebrate Japan's World Cup Opening Win in Tokyo1m50s

Jubilant Soccer Fans Celebrate Japan's World Cup Opening Win in Tokyo

Soccer fans in Tokyo, Japan, spilled onto the streets of Shibuya on Tuesday, June 19, following Japan’s World Cup win over group rivals Colombia in Saransk. A clip posted to Twitter by Toyko-based sports blog Japan Running News shows two groups of fans at either side of an intersection in Shibuya waiting for traffic to pass before they join forces and celebrate in the middle of the road. Japan defeated Colombia 2-1. Credit: Japan Running News via Storyful

Tunisian Fans Gathered at Roman Amphitheater Celebrate Equalizer as Team Runs England Close1m14s

Tunisian Fans Gathered at Roman Amphitheater Celebrate Equalizer as Team Runs England Close

Tunisia fans congregated at the Roman amphitheater in El Djem on June 18 to watch their team take on England in the World Cup. Hamdi Othmen shared a clip of fans celebrating Ferjani Sassi’s penalty in the 35th minute, which made it 1-1 and took Tunisia to the brink of a famous draw. England’s Harry Kane had other ideas though, breaking Tunisian hearts with a stoppage-time winner. Credit: Hamdi Othmen via Storyful

Children Enjoy Wooden Ferris Wheel at Rohingya Refugee Camp46s

Children Enjoy Wooden Ferris Wheel at Rohingya Refugee Camp

A number of Ferris wheels were constructed at camps for Rohingya migrants in Cox’s Bazar over the Eid weekend, allowing children there to have some fun as the monsoon rains that had wreaked havoc let up. Heavy rain caused destruction and mudslides at camps in Bangladesh where hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees are living. At least three people died and some 2,000 were displaced, ReliefWeb said on June 18. Credit: Julia Brothwell/British Red Cross via Storyful

Jacksonville Restaurant Responds After Customer Shares Video of Maggots in Food29s

Jacksonville Restaurant Responds After Customer Shares Video of Maggots in Food

A Jacksonville restaurant has responded to a video shared to Facebook on June 12, which shows maggots crawling in food that is claimed to have come from its kitchen. Keondora A White shared the video to her Facebook account after she ordered takeout from Caribbean Sunrise Bakery and Restaurant, alleging that she found maggots in the dish. Caribbean Sunrise Bakery and Restaurant initially responded in a now-deleted Facebook post, stating that “all foods that could have been compromised have been discarded, and all uncooked foods are being inspected before cooking.” However, owner Denise Daley has since spoken to local media about the incident, saying “if it did happen it was an isolated incident.” The footage had over 100,000 views at the time of writing. Credit: Keondra A White via Storyful

Mouse Found Crawling Among Burger Buns at Oklahoma Wendy's33s

Mouse Found Crawling Among Burger Buns at Oklahoma Wendy's

Employees at a Wendy’s in Catoosa, Oklahoma, have shared videos online of a mouse crawling in a bag of burger buns, prompting the restaurant chain to respond. Samantha Nibbelink, an employee of Wendy’s in Catoosa, recorded this footage on June 10. She told KJRH in Tulsa that when she alerted her manager to the discovery she was told to “just take a new rack of buns.” A second employee posted a similar video several days later which gained the attention of local media, prompting Wendy’s to respond to the incident. Both employees said they noticed multiple health code violations at the restaurant. Wendy’s told KJRH in Tulsa that they were “aware of this situation” and taking the matter “very seriously.” “We immediately launched an investigation with our pest control vendor and internal quality assurance experts to ensure immediate and appropriate action is taken,” the Wendy’s statement said. A health department official visited the branch of Wendy’s following the incident and found no violation upon inspection, KJRH quoted Wendy’s as saying. Credit: Samantha Nibbelink via Storyful

Terminally Ill Man Wells Up as He Meets Newborn Great-Granddaughter1m14s

Terminally Ill Man Wells Up as He Meets Newborn Great-Granddaughter

A terminally ill man who was a patient at a hospital in Voorhees Township, New Jersey, got to share a special moment with his newborn great-granddaughter before it was too late. Joy Caitlyn Phero shared a video of her beloved “Pop Pop” meeting her daughter, Chloe, on June 13. Phero thanked the hospital staff for helping to arrange the special visit, writing, “In his words his life is now complete just because of this moment.” In the video, the elderly man wells up with emotion as the baby is wheeled into his room in an incubator. Phero’s grandfather died on June 18. Credit: Joy Caitlyn Phero via Storyful

England Fans Showered in Beer as Wild Celebrations Greet Harry Kane Winner1m23s

England Fans Showered in Beer as Wild Celebrations Greet Harry Kane Winner

England fans were facing another poor start for their team at the World Cup on June 18, tied 1-1 with Tunisia with time running out. Then, up popped Harry Kane to head home the winner, sparking wild celebrations. Fans seen here gathered in Peterborough were immediately showered in beer as cups were thrown aloft in the melee that followed Kane’s goal. Anyone for a refill? Credit: @tomstent via Storyful

Overexcited England Fan Crashes Through Roof of Bar After Harry Kane Goal33s

Overexcited England Fan Crashes Through Roof of Bar After Harry Kane Goal

England fans were sent into delirium on June 18, as striker Harry Kane grabbed an injury-time winner against Tunisia in England’s opening game of World Cup 2018. However, one fan celebrating in London’s Flat Iron Square got a little overexcited. Musician Mike Watson captured the scene as a fan dancing on the roof of a bar in the outdoor market area, crashed through to the ground below him. Watson’s footage of the fall had over 100,000 views at the time of writing. While, thankfully, another England fan was able to confirm that the man who took the tumble was relatively okay. Credit: mikewatsonmusic via Storyful

Drone Video Shows Collapsed Poughkeepsie Building3m25s

Drone Video Shows Collapsed Poughkeepsie Building

Firefighters rescued a woman trapped in rubble after a vacant building collapsed onto two neighboring buildings in Poughkeepsie, New York, on Monday, June 18. ABC7 reported 15 Academy Street also collapsed after the neighboring seven-storey building fell on it. This drone footage from Scott Snell shows the aftermath of the collapse. Credit: Scott Snell/XFactor Aerial via Storyful

Tradie Blasts Heavy Metal at Abortion Protesters Outside Clinic12s

Tradie Blasts Heavy Metal at Abortion Protesters Outside Clinic

A car pulled up near a women’s pregnancy counselling room in Surry Hills, Sydney, on June 15, blasting heavy metal music to “annoy” anti-abortion protesters. The demonstrators were standing across the street from an abortion clinic. The uploader of this footage wrote: “God bless the tradie that rolled up to the abortion clinic this morning and started blasting Drowning Pool to piss off the protesters.” In July, it will be illegal for people in New South Wales to protest within 150 metres of any abortion clinics and hospitals that provide terminations. Credit: Artemisia Gentileschi via Storyful

Tasmanian Devils Love Snowfall at Barrington Tops43s

Tasmanian Devils Love Snowfall at Barrington Tops

Tasmanian devils at breeding facility Devil Ark, in Barrington Tops, New South Wales, enjoyed the snowfall and were super cute as they played in fresh powder, as seen in this sweet video released on June 19. The devils also loved having warm cuddles with a keeper. According to Devil Ark, it was the first snowfall in the area for two years. Credit: Devil Ark via Storyful

Hammerhead Shark Battles Tarpon Off Florida's Anna Maria Island2m02s

Hammerhead Shark Battles Tarpon Off Florida's Anna Maria Island

Whitney Phillips Watson captured footage of an epic battle between a tarpon and a hammerhead shark off the coast of Florida’s Anna Maria Island on Sunday, June 17. The video shows Watson’s boat approach the combatants, as the shark flicks the tarpon out of the water. Credit: Whitney Phillips Watson via Storyful

A Musical Father's Day Card is the Perfect Gift in This Pup's Eyes35s

A Musical Father's Day Card is the Perfect Gift in This Pup's Eyes

A Golden Retriever puppy in Ontario, Canada, could not help running up to his owner, Joseph McNinch Pazzano, when he heard the music coming from Pazzano’s Father’s Day card. Pazzano shared a video on Imgur of his puppy and his father celebrating Father’s Day with a musical card with a dog on it. The pup can be seen running to his owner, wagging his tail and pawing at the card. The dog even gives his owner a quick kiss. As of writing, the post has over 80,000 views on Imgur. Credit: Joseph McNinch Pazzano via Storyful

Derailed Train Catches Fire in Princeton, Indiana1m36s

Derailed Train Catches Fire in Princeton, Indiana

A cargo train derailed and caught fire just outside Princeton, Indiana, on June 17, prompting local authorities to order a mandatory evacuation in a one-mile radius and several road closures. Caleb Carwile said he and his family were driving in the area when they happened upon the crash site. “We suddenly saw a huge ‘mushroom’ cloud of smoke burst up in the air. We pulled over near TBIN and Berry’s Plastic Factory and were able to see this big heap of train cars on fire. We were one of the first people to arrive at the scene.” Aerial photos taken and posted by an Indiana State Police public information officer on June 18 showed flames and smoke still rising from the pileup. The Gibson County Sheriff’s Department announced the roads reopened at approximately 2:30 pm on June 18. No injuries were reported and the cause of the derailment is yet unknown. Credit: Caleb Carwile via Storyful

Egyptian World Cup Fans Dance and Sing Around Russian Newlyweds44s

Egyptian World Cup Fans Dance and Sing Around Russian Newlyweds

A group of Egyptian fans decided to spread a little of their World Cup joy around, singing and dancing in a circle around a newlywed couple in Yekaterinburg, Russia. Ahmed Abdelazim posted a video of his friends giving a Russian couple a proper celebration, made perhaps even more special considering Egypt has never won a World Cup match. They continued that streak on Friday, losing 1-0 to Uruguay, and face the Russian squad on Tuesday. The bride and groom can be seen looking a bit confused but smiling and sharing a kiss. As of writing, the footage has over 58,000 views on Facebook. Credit: Ahmed Abdelazim via Storyful

BC Lions' Marcell Young Body-Slams Man Who Ran Down Field With No Pants51s

BC Lions' Marcell Young Body-Slams Man Who Ran Down Field With No Pants

BC Lions defensive back Marcell Young body-slammed a football fan to the ground after the fan ran onto the field during the Lions’ pre-season win over the Montreal Alouettes on June 16. The fan took off his shoes and trousers before he hopped the perimeter fence and raced onto the field during a first-quarter stoppage. A clip shared to Twitter by British Colombia resident Darren Lundi shows the fan running the length of the field before he’s knocked to the ground by Young. The clip had earned over 86,000 views at the time of writing. Credit: Darren Lundi via Storyful

Jubilant Mexican Fans Celebrate Historic World Cup Win Over Germany56s

Jubilant Mexican Fans Celebrate Historic World Cup Win Over Germany

Fans of Mexico’s national team celebrated a historic victory at the 2018 FIFA World Cup after the 1-0 defeat of Germany, the reigning World Cup champions, at Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium on June 17. Kingfut.com reporter Malek Shafei posted a clip to Twitter of Mexican soccer fans celebrating the historic result as they exited the stadium shortly after the game’s final whistle. It’s the first time Mexico has defeated Germany in the World Cup. The clip had earned over 6,600 views at the time of writing. Credit: @MalekKF via Storyful

England Fans Lay Flowers at Volgograd World War II Memorial38s

England Fans Lay Flowers at Volgograd World War II Memorial

England football fans laid flowers at Volgograd’s monument to Russia’s Second World War dead ahead of England’s World Cup opener against Tunisia on June 18. Belfast Telegraph reporter Adrian Rutherford shared a clip of the fans laying flowers at the Mamaev Kurgan memorial park’s Eternal Flame, a pantheon that lists the names of more than 7,000 Russian soldiers killed during the Battle of Stalingrad, as the city was once called. “England fans lay flowers at the eternal flame in Volgograd which honours Soviet war dead. On the wall is written (I’m told): ‘Yes, we were mere mortals, and only a few of us survived, but we all fulfilled our patriotic duty to the sacred Motherland,’” Rutherfortd wrote. Credit: Adrian Rutherford via Storyful

Peace Activists Arrive in Kabul After Walking Over 400 Miles1m29s

Peace Activists Arrive in Kabul After Walking Over 400 Miles

A group of peace activists arrived in Kabul on June 18 after walking more than 430 miles in protest over continued violence and conflict in Afghanistan. The group set out on May 12 from Lashkar Gah, according to Tolo News. What began as eight people grew to dozens during the journey, Tolo said. Some members of the convoy were treated for health issues on arrival in Kabul. Credit: Mati Ullah HamDard via Storyful

Fan Proposes to Girlfriend Amid Wild World Cup Celebrations in Mexico City45s

Fan Proposes to Girlfriend Amid Wild World Cup Celebrations in Mexico City

A football fan proposed to his girlfriend in Mexico City amid the wild celebrations that followed Mexico’s defeat of Germany in the World Cup on June 17. Footage shared to Twitter by Imagen Deportes reporter Omar Flores Aldana shows the scene as Jose Saldivar’s girlfriend gleefully accepts his proposal. The couple were out celebrating at the Angel of Independence monument following their country’s stunning 1-0 victory. The video shows Saldivar and his now-fiancee sharing a kiss, before drinking from a bottle of what appears to be champagne. Credit: Omar Flores Aldana/Imagen Deportes via Storyful

Shoppers Helped to Safety After Roof Collapses on North London Street1m18s

Shoppers Helped to Safety After Roof Collapses on North London Street

The roof and upper part of a building in north London collapsed onto the pavement below on June 18. There were no reported injuries. Firefighters said a 20-metre brick fascia above a row of shops on Brent Street collapsed. This footage shows a group of women being helped from one of the shops. Credit: @999London via Storyful

Large Crowd Gathers in Melbourne in Memory of Comedian Eurydice Dixon2m33s

Large Crowd Gathers in Melbourne in Memory of Comedian Eurydice Dixon

Vigils were held across Australia on June 18 in memory of comedian Eurydice Dixon, who was killed in the early hours of June 13 as she made her way home from a stand-up gig in Melbourne’s CBD. The 22-year-old’s body was found by a passer-by in Princes Park in North Carlton, about half a mile from her home. A 19-year-old man named as Jaymes Todd was charged with her rape and murder. Dixon’s death has sparked a national conversation about women’s safety in public places. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull spoke about her death in parliament saying: “Women must be safe everywhere. On the street, walking through a park, in their homes, at work.” A memorial was set up in the Princes Park in the days following Dixon’s death. Mourners were shocked to find the site vandalized with offensive graffiti on Monday morning. The graffiti was removed ahead of the candlelit vigil, shown in this video, that was due to take place that evening. Credit: Sav Asthian via Storyful