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Klopp: Moreno missed son's birth due to Saints clash23s

Klopp: Moreno missed son's birth due to Saints clash

Alberto Moreno missed the birth of his son ahead of Liverpool's clash with Southampton.The Reds left-back was with the rest of the squad at the team hotel when Alberto Jnr arrived at 2.30am on Saturday. Liverpool went on to beat the Saints 2-0 at Anfield, closing the gap on the leaders at the top of the Premier League table.

The 'Big I' returns and Mourinho is delighted32s

The 'Big I' returns and Mourinho is delighted

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho sings the praises of the returning Zlatan Ibrahimovic as the Red Devils fightback to thrash Newcastle 4-1 and close the gap to leaders Manchester City back to eight points.

Rescuers battle to save bear choking in primitive snare2m03s

Rescuers battle to save bear choking in primitive snare

A rescue team battled for hours to rescue a sloth bear caught in a primitive snare at Chikkaballapur forest in South India. The deadly snare had twisted tightly around the neck, choking the bear to the brink of death. The snare had been set by a local hunter to trap a boar but had ended up catching a sloth bear, an endangered species, with just 8,000 to 10,000 surviving members. Local forest officials called a Wildlife SOS team to rescue the animal after spotting it the snare outside a cashew nut plantation on November 17. The bear’s futile attempts to break free had resulted in the snare tightening its grip around the bear’s neck, causing it to suffocate. The snare cables had further coiled around a branch making it difficult for the bear to even move. The rescue team tranquilized the traumatised bear and worked for hours to gently extricate it from the metal wires that had cut into its flesh. They shifted the animal to a nearby bear rescue centre for a more detailed examination. However, after four hours the bear succumbed from to its injuries. Postmortem examination revealed that the bear had sustained tracheal damage due to tight snare and had suffocated. Kartick Satyanarayan, CEO of Wildlife SOS said: “This is the third incident this week where a sloth bear has been found trapped in a poacher’s snare and such incidents are occurring more and more frequently in Karnataka.” Every year hundreds of wild animals – from rabbits to even tigers – succumb to traps and explosive baits in India and the deaths of a majority of these victims of go undocumented.

Chinese slinky salesman shows off his mad skills1m36s

Chinese slinky salesman shows off his mad skills

A cool video from China of a slinky salesman demonstrating his insane skills. The clip was filmed in 2016 in northwestern Yunnan Province. It has only recently emerged online. The Slinky was invented and developed by naval engineer Richard T. James in 1943 and demonstrated at Gimbels department store in Philadelphia in November 1945. The toy was an instant hit, selling its entire inventory of 400 units in ninety minutes. ++MUSIC IS ROYALTY-FREE++

Batman sighted on roof in Aldgate, London1m03s

Batman sighted on roof in Aldgate, London

Batman was spotted on a roof in Aldgate in London on Friday. The caped crusader didn't appear to be fighting many criminals and seemed more interested in posing for photographers. What exactly the Dark Knight was doing in the EC3N postcode remains a mystery. Some speculated online that he may not be the real Batman and is just some Joker. ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: THIS VIDEO HAS BEEN EDITED++

Flight attendants dance and sing during Southwest airlines flight1m25s

Flight attendants dance and sing during Southwest airlines flight

A couple of flight attendants livened things up recently on board a Southwest Airlines flight by entertaining passengers with an impromptu rendition of Justin Timberlake's "Can't stop the feeling." As one member of cabin crew sung on the tannoy, another danced joyously down the aisle to the smash hit from the movie Trolls. The clip was filmed back in May but has only recently surfaced online. ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: THIS VIDEO HAS BEEN EDITED++

Chinese doctors remove Asian swamp eel from man's body33s

Chinese doctors remove Asian swamp eel from man's body

Doctor's in Chinese city of Nanchang earlier this week removed an eel which became stuck inside a man's abdomen. According to local reports, the 50 centimetre Asian swamp eel was deliberately inserted into the man's anus. The patient in his 40s declined to explain further. The man was in a stable condition in intensive care.

Mama raccoon teaches baby to climb tree1m30s

Mama raccoon teaches baby to climb tree

An adorable video from the Newsflare archive of a raccoon teaching her baby how to climb a tree. In the footage, captured in a back yard in Port Townsend, WA, US in 2015, the mother carries the youngster in her mouth and nudges it up the tree. “We saw a raccoon in her nest and realized she had a cub. After watching for about an hour she seemed to be teaching the cub how to climb a tree.”

Car smashes into shop when driver presses accelerator by mistake54s

Car smashes into shop when driver presses accelerator by mistake

Dramatic security camera footage has emerged from China of a car crashing through a door right into a shop. The terrifying moment was captured in Nantong City in Jiangsu Province on November 13. According to local reports, the driver pressed the accelerator by mistake, sending the vehicle smashing through the 2mm-thick tempered glass door. Fortunately, no-one was injured in the incident as the shop was closed at the time of the accident.

Security camera captures moment smart phone explodes35s

Security camera captures moment smart phone explodes

Security camera footage of a smart phone suddenly exploding in an office in eastern China. In the clip, which was shot in Weifang City in Shandong Province on November 13, a phone on a desk suddenly shoots out flames and fills the office with smoke. According to local reports, the device's battery caught fire.

Flash floods sweep away vehicles in Greece31s

Flash floods sweep away vehicles in Greece

A dramatic video has emerged from Greece of flash flooding sweeping away a parked car in Mandra on Wednesday. Greece has declared a day of national mourning after floods on the outskirts of Athens left at least 14 dead, flipping over cars, smashing into homes and cutting off traffic.

Enormous basking shark hits boat off US coast47s

Enormous basking shark hits boat off US coast

This is the terrifying moment a thirty-foot basking shark hit a fishing boat off the coast of Portland, Maine in the USA. In the clip, which was filmed on June 10, the enormous shark swims directly at the boat and then hits it with a loud crash. "We were jigging for mackerel when we saw a large dorsal fin coming towards our boat," the filmer Dustin Beamon wrote online. "We were just thinking it was going to be your typical shark until it got closer and we saw the size of it and our first thought was that it was a great white," Beamon said. "Our boat is 22 feet long and this basking shark was at least 10 feet longer than our boat, it could have easily capsized us," he added. "As it swam under our boat it bumped it, knocking almost everyone in the boat off their feet." Basking sharks are the second largest fish in the world after the whale shark. Despite their huge size, they are placid filter feeders and do not attack humans. ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: THIS VIDEO HAS BEEN LOOPED++

Zimbabweans gather for march to remove President Robert Mugabe2m39s

Zimbabweans gather for march to remove President Robert Mugabe

Protesters gathering in the Zimbabwean capital for the planned mass demonstration against President Robert Mugabe on Saturday. Thousands were expected to descend on the country's capital, Harare, on Saturday morning calling for leadership that will "relieve the suffering endured" by the nation under President Robert Mugabe.

Tiny turtle does funny play-acting33s

Tiny turtle does funny play-acting

An amusing video has emerged from China of a pet turtle appearing to play with a person. In the footage, which was filmed in Shanghai on October 29, a narrow-bridged mud turtle recoils dramatically every time time it approaches its owner's finger, which is on the other side of the glass.

Greek anarchists hurl Molotov cocktails in clashes with police2m56s

Greek anarchists hurl Molotov cocktails in clashes with police

Dramatic footage has emerged overnight of anarchists and far-leftists throwing Molotov cocktails, fireworks and projectiles at riot police in Greece's second-largest city. In video filmed in Thessaloniki in northern Greece late on Friday (November 17), dark-clad hooded youths launch Molotov cocktails, which explode around the feet of the police, as well as fireworks and other objects in their direction. Thousands of protesters in Thessaloniki and Athens marched on Friday to mark the anniversary of the 1973 crackdown on a student uprising against the military dictatorship that then ruled Greece. The march is often used as a means of expressing displeasure with government policies. Writes the filmer: "Despite extreme weather and heavy rain, hundreds of anarchists and far-left members unleash their own rain of fire against riot police using countless Molotov bombs, fireworks, stones and every object they found available." According to reports, a motorcycle driver In Thessaloniki was taken to hospital after driving into a barricade set up by protesters.