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Recently emerged CCTV footage shows moment 7.5-magnitude earthquake hits Indonesia island1m00s

Recently emerged CCTV footage shows moment 7.5-magnitude earthquake hits Indonesia island

Two weeks after the devastating earthquake struck Central Sulawesi in Indonesia on September 28, CCTV footage recording the moment is starting to emerge. This video, captured in a cookware shop called 'Smart Kitchen' in South Palu at 6:03 pm that day, shows goods and furniture falling as people run for safety. The footage then crackles, then stops, due to electricity going out. The death toll from the earthquake has increased to over 2,000, local reports state. Soil liquefaction, a process that occurs when land becomes saturated with water and is weakened, swallowing structures in quicksand-like mud, has destroyed thousands of hectares of land and left families across the island homeless.

A handful of baby bunny33s

A handful of baby bunny

Footage showing a tiny baby bunny nestled in the palm of a human hand, barely filling it with its fluffy body. "Our cat brought in this tiny baby rabbit one evening uninjured and my daughter saved it and raised it until it was able to be released back to the wild," said the filmer. "It stayed around our home for a very long time as a pet before finally disappearing."

Capsized boat floats on side in Welsh harbour after Storm Callum29s

Capsized boat floats on side in Welsh harbour after Storm Callum

A boat floats on its side in a Welsh harbour after Storm Callum caused devastation along the country's coastline. "The harbour was incredibly swollen, and burst its banks in places," said the filmer, who added that some 12 boats were damaged or submerged. The storm caused the worst flooding for 30 years in parts of the country.

Caravan travelling wrong way down M40 causes major crash27s

Caravan travelling wrong way down M40 causes major crash

Dashcam footage of a car and caravan travelling the wrong way down the M40 on Monday. It later caused a major crash. The accident happened between junctions six and seven and emergency services flocked to the scene. The car and caravan collided with two other vehicles. It is not yet clear whether there were any casualties.

Baby sucks on Sphynx cat's head22s

Baby sucks on Sphynx cat's head

Tired baby Alexander lies next to his parents' pet Sphynx cat, Beerus. They "fully expected" Beerus to get up and leave, but both lay snugly together. "Much to our surprise, this happened. He started to suckle on the back of Beerus’ head. Fell asleep within minutes. Cat loved it too!" said Lyndsay from Greenville, North Carolina.

This dog accidentally turned himself into a halloween decoration56s

This dog accidentally turned himself into a halloween decoration

Kane the four-month-old Rottweiler puppy gets his head stuck in a Halloween pumpkin decoration. The clip, filmed October 6 in Philadelphia, shows the puppy ambling around with his head in a plastic blue pumpkin after becoming curious about it. His owner takes pity and fortunately releases him with ease. However, Kane manages him to get himself into the same pickle a few short moments later. “This year is his first Halloween so we gave him some plastic pumpkins to get some cute pictures of him. And he clearly got pretty excited about his new toys!” Said Kane's owner, Meghan.

Chinese man uses own hair as 'rope swing'33s

Chinese man uses own hair as 'rope swing'

A bizarre video from China shows a man hanging by his 1.3-metre-long hair and using it to swing from a tree. In the video, the man hangs himself from the tree by tying his long hair around it, oscillating back and forth. The clip was filmed in Changyuan County in central Henan Province on September 20.

Armed police diffuse hostage situation at Cologne train station7m16s

Armed police diffuse hostage situation at Cologne train station

German police were called to a hostage situation today (October 15) in Cologne as a woman was taken hostage by a man in a pharmacy at the main train station in the German city. Police can be seen surrounding the entrance of the station on Breslauer Platz where negotiation units made contact with the hostage-taker. The hostage taker has been apprehended with serious injuries and the hostage is now safe but being treated for minor injuries. Local media say the incident does not appear to have been terror-related.

Pillion passenger wears helmet the wrong way round49s

Pillion passenger wears helmet the wrong way round

This is the hilarious moment a motorcycle passenger needs teaching how to wear a helmet - after he was seen riding with it the wrong way round. A passing delivery driver noticed the oddly fitting white hard hat on Orchard Road in Singapore on October 12 during his Friday morning commute. In the footage, the driver and his workmate pull up next to the motorbike and say ''Abang (brother), this helmet wrong side, lah''. The motorcyclist rider also seemed unaware that his pillion rider had his helmet on backwards joined in laughing at him. The truck driver then told the pillion rider should wear the helmet the correct way to avoid being fined by traffic police. Speaking after, the driver who was delivering printers at the time, said: ''This happened on Friday 12 oct 18. We were on our way to deliver our printer machine. It was at the junction with Killiney road. ''The passenger caught my eye because was wearing his helmet the wrong way. We followed them for a while and wanted to tell him because we were in the town area and there is a lot of traffic police, that love to fine people. ''When we stopped at the traffic light we told them about it. I took out my phone and record it. We were just helping him and it was very funny at the same time. ''They were very friendly and fun to talk to. I'm not trying to make fun of him or anything just helping a guy for before getting fine.''

Daredevil tourists climb on a vertical cliff in central China1m03s

Daredevil tourists climb on a vertical cliff in central China

Chinese tourists climbed across a vertical cliff face at more than 2100 feet high in central China’s Enshi Tujia and Miao Autonomous Prefecture. The clip shows dozens of tourists with helmets and security ropes walking on a via ferrata path on Jigong mountain. A via ferrata is a path used to climb a mountain with a safety system permanently installed. It gives amateur rock climbers the opportunity to move through spectacular mountain scenery. This via Ferrata in Jigong mountain is considered one of the prettiest in China.

Ukranian nationalists march in Kiev to honour WWII-era paramilitary group37s

Ukranian nationalists march in Kiev to honour WWII-era paramilitary group

Thousands of Ukrainian nationalist marched through Kiev on Sunday in an annual commemoration of the formation of the World War II-era Ukranian Insurgent Army, a paramilitary group that fought against the Soviet army. Footage shows demonstrators lighting colourful flares and shouting slogans such as "Ukraine back to Ukrainians” amid a strong police presence. According to Russian media, more than 5,000 Ukrainians attended the protest to express their disagreement with Russian policies. On the same day, riot police intervened to stop some protesters from destroying a Soviet-era monument to Nikolai Vatutin.

Hostage situation at train station in Cologne43s

Hostage situation at train station in Cologne

Police have closed off a large area in the western German city of Cologne amid reports of a hostage situation. Local media reports a woman has been taken a hostage in a McDonald's restaurant on Breslauer Platz. The immediate vicinity has been evacuated and police and other emergency services are on the scene.

Chinese glass walkway closes after pane shatters1m10s

Chinese glass walkway closes after pane shatters

Officials closed a famous Chinese glass walkway in northern China after a pane shattered. In the video, a man shows the broken pane to the camera in Handan City in northern Hebei Province on October 9. He then takes pieces of glass out of the broken pane. ‘'The glass is totally broken but the walkaway is still open to the public. This is a serious security threat,'' says the man in the video. Chinese officials said the glass bridge has been closed after the pane shattered but that some tourists have been seen walking nearby the segment damaged ignoring the official warning. The broken pane has been repaired, reports said.

Man has hundreds of ‘mushrooms’ growing inside his ear34s

Man has hundreds of ‘mushrooms’ growing inside his ear

A doctor was shocked to find hundreds of mushrooms inside the ear canal of a patient. Video captured in Hai Duong Hospital, Vietnam last Thursday, on October 11, shows a man's ear canal packed with hundreds of fungi-like creatures. Thuoc said: “Men with long-standing ear infections lead to mould growth in the ears. If left too long the fungus will grow and destroy the man's ear."

Cameraman has near miss with huge great white shark8s

Cameraman has near miss with huge great white shark

This is the heart-stopping moment a shark breaches just a few inches from a cameraman during a diving trip. The near miss happened in Mossel Bay, South Africa, on October 14. “A very active white shark had been around the cage for 30 minutes,’’ said the filmer. ‘’All of a suddenly after a failed attempt to get the bait the shark lunged towards me.’’

Python drops from ceiling onto staff in China bank1m40s

Python drops from ceiling onto staff in China bank

A huge python fell from the ceiling onto staff during a meeting at a bank in China. The footage captured on October 12 in Nanning City shows the terrifying moment the reptile drops down just a few inches from two bank employees. All the staff in the room then flee in horror as the snake slithers across the floor. A rescue worker in a local wildlife protection station later captured the snake, local media reported.

Animals get in the Halloween spirit as they feast on pumpkins2m27s

Animals get in the Halloween spirit as they feast on pumpkins

Halloween came early for bears, monkeys and giraffes at a US zoo after they were all given pumpkins to feast on last Wednesday (October 10). Adorable footage shows the baffled animals interacting with the pumpkin treats at the Detroit Zoo in Michigan, US. Elizabeth Arbaugh, 53, the mammal curator, said: “Each species is a little different, they all enjoy the pumpkins in different ways. ''While the giraffes ate theirs straight away, a confused bear was snapped licking his pumpkin and the penguins posed with theirs, which were stuffed with fish.''

Primary school children give teacher a very enthusiastic morning greeting34s

Primary school children give teacher a very enthusiastic morning greeting

This is the adorable moment a class of very enthusiastic young pupils give their teacher a good morning welcome. The six and seven years old Filipino students greet 'Miss Judy' every morning with the bright and bubbly chant, which they need to repeat in local dialects and in English. Video footage taken on a Monday morning last months shows the children telling the teacher that it is a ''jolly day'' and that they are ''glad to see her again.'' Primary school teacher Judelene Ibacitas said: ''I have been teaching my students this routine for four years now since I started teaching. ''I want them to understand that school is not boring and any activity, even the ones as simple as these can still be fun. They must put their energy and heart into it and value their time in the classroom.''

Duke and Duchess of Sussex announce first pregnancy1m26s

Duke and Duchess of Sussex announce first pregnancy

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have announced they are expecting a baby in the Spring. File footage from May 2018, shows Prince Harry and Meghan Markle riding through Windsor in a horse-drawn carriage on their wedding day. In another clip, the couple can be seen going on a walkabout on their first official engagement back in December 2017. Kensington Palace announced the news this morning on Twitter (October 15).

Leaves dance in gentle circular motion as tornado-like swirl blows46s

Leaves dance in gentle circular motion as tornado-like swirl blows

This video shows the moment a tornado-like swirl blew through a pile of leaves, causing them to lift up into the air and move in almost perfect circles. The filmer, who shot this in Bukit Panjang, Singapore, said she captured this on the windy afternoon of October 6. "I was walking towards the entrance of a mall called “Junction 10” and chanced upon this view," she said. "The leaves illustrated the direction of the wind in a spiral motion."

Dust devils swirl next to raging bonfire1m00s

Dust devils swirl next to raging bonfire

Footage captured in Animas, New Mexico on October 6 shows multiple dust devils bursting from the bottom of a bonfire. Dust devils form when a pocket of hot air rises rapidly through the cooler surrounding air, and usually appear in light wind conditions. Here, the bonfire heated the air around it and it rose rapidly, stretched and began to spin, creating the tornado-like phenomenon.

Planes land sideways at Bristol Airport during Storm Callum2m05s

Planes land sideways at Bristol Airport during Storm Callum

Powerful winds from the remnants of Storm Callum blew across the runway at Bristol Airport and caused these two planes to land sideways. Footage captured on October 13 shows an Easyjet and a Thomas Cook aircrafts being swept from side-to-side by crosswinds. The filmer writes: ‘’The worst of Storm Callum at Bristol Airport was on Friday (October 12) the but in the next day strong winds continued to cause diversions, cancellations and some wobbly landings. ''This Easyjet Airbus A320 experienced a wobbly touchdown as well as this Thomas Cook Airbus A321 that was buffeted by a strong crosswind gust.''

Pelican fearlessly rides post-hurricane waves on Florida beach38s

Pelican fearlessly rides post-hurricane waves on Florida beach

Hurricane Michael made landfall on Mexico Beach, located along the Florida Panhandle, on October 10 This video, filmed on Siesta Key Beach, shows a large brown pelican riding the post-hurricane waves days after the storm hit. Michael has left at least 18 hurricane-related deaths, the number feared to rise as rescue crew continue to search through collapsed homes and rubble. Mexico Beach mayor Al Cathey told media that 46 people were still missing or unaccounted for. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) employees are beginning visits to shelters and damaged neighborhoods to start registering people for federal assistance that is available to residents after a disaster, according to local reports.