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Deadly Suicide Attack Rocks Kabul's Diplomatic District45s

Deadly Suicide Attack Rocks Kabul's Diplomatic District

A suicide bomb attack near the headquarters of the NATO-led mission to Afghanistan in Kabul killed at least three people and wounded a number of others on February 24, according to TOLONews. The Islamic State claimed responsibility through Amaq news agency, Reuters reported. The attack comes on the same day that the Ministry of Defense said that Taliban militants killed 18 soldiers at an Afghan army post. Credit: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty via Storyful

Overnight Incendiary Attack Reported in East Ghouta57s

Overnight Incendiary Attack Reported in East Ghouta

A week-long bombardment of East Ghouta, one of the heaviest of the Syrian civil war, killed at least 32 people, including six children, on Friday, February 23, according to reports, prior to a UN Security Council vote on a 30-day ceasefire. This video, posted by an anti-government media activist organization, is said to show explosions of incendiary weapons, which are illegal to deploy over civilian areas. At least three activist reports, as well as international media coverage, reported airstrikes and the use of rocket and artillery shells, any of which can discharge incendiary components, which are designed to burn hot after they have hit the ground. In the video, a growing fire can be seen beneath the descending sparks, indicating incendiary weapons. Incendiary weapons have been used frequently by Syrian forces during the Syrian civil war, according to Human Rights Watch. At least 400,000 people are estimated to live in East Ghouta, a suburb of Damascus, and a known hiding place for a number of different jihadist and anti-Assad regime groups. Credit: YouTube/Qasioun Agency via Storyful

Water Discharged From Dam as Heavy Rain Hits Southeast Queensland12s

Water Discharged From Dam as Heavy Rain Hits Southeast Queensland

Water was discharged from Wappa Dam in southeast Queensland, which was hit by heavy rain on February 23. Some Brisbane suburbs had February’s monthly rainfall in 24 hours, according to the Bureau of Meteorology, ABC reported. The downpour also caused flooding in some areas. Credit: Kirra Kingdom via Storyful

Abandoned Oakland Library Building Destroyed After Fire1m00s

Abandoned Oakland Library Building Destroyed After Fire

An Oakland, California, building that once housed a library and a high school caught fire and was completely destroyed on Friday, February 23. According to local reports from SF Gate, the fire was extinguished within an hour, but the city-owned building was quickly determined to be a total loss. The building had been an Oakland public library branch and a school before being abandoned in the mid-1980s, the report said. Credit: Javier Heredia via Storyful

Ouachita River Overflows, Flooding Parts of Arkadelphia48s

Ouachita River Overflows, Flooding Parts of Arkadelphia

The Ouachita River, passing through Arkadelphia, Arkansas, breached its banks on Friday, February 23, causing flooding. According to reports, 30 Arkansas counties were under flood warnings on Friday, and four of them had declared emergency proclamations. On Thursday, law enforcement officials shut down highways and planning for extra patrols in low lying neighborhoods. This video shows the river at Highway 7 through Arkadelphia. Credit: Joel Ledbetter via Storyful

After a Jam, Heavy Ice Chunks Move Along Ontario's Grand River30s

After a Jam, Heavy Ice Chunks Move Along Ontario's Grand River

Reports said scientists will research an ice jam which occurred on the Grand River in Ontario in Canada, prompting a state of emergency. A vigil was held on February 23 for a toddler swept away by the flooded river on February 21. Reports said the flooding could exceed 2013 historic levels. People were warned to stay away from breaking ice along the river as conditions could change. This video shows large chunks of ice on the River Grand. Credit: David T. Chapman via Storyful

Snow Falls in Nevada's Red Rock Canyon40s

Snow Falls in Nevada's Red Rock Canyon

Light snowfall was reported in Las Vegas, Nevada, and surrounding areas on February 23. This video, shot by Caleb Steele, shows snow falling in the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, just west of Las Vegas. The National Weather Service said about an inch of snow could fall in areas above 3,500 feet, like Red Rock Canyon. Credit: Caleb Steele via Storyful

Teachers Sing "We're Not Gonna Take It" on Return to West Virginia Capitol42s

Teachers Sing "We're Not Gonna Take It" on Return to West Virginia Capitol

Thousands of teachers flooded the West Virginia state capitol on Friday, February 23, for the second day of a two-day work stoppage over pay and benefits that closed all of the state’s public schools. They held signs and sang in protest. Before the walkout, the West Virginia attorney general’s office said that the strike was illegal and teachers who participate could be punished, up to and including termination. “There’s rumor out there that anybody who takes this action is going to be fired,” West Virginia Education Association President Dale Lee told the Gazette-Mail. “That’s not a major concern of mine, we have 727 vacancies right now.” Lee’s comment prompted some teachers to carry signs saying “727 and counting.” Credit: Rhone Michael Thomas via Storyful

Man Captures Slow-Mo Trampoline Fail57s

Man Captures Slow-Mo Trampoline Fail

While bouncing on a trampoline at 3rd Realm Extreme Air Sports, Steven thought it would be the perfect opportunity to capture a slow-motion video. Unfortunately for him, the landing didn’t go as planned. Throwing the camera in the air mid jump, Steven was faced with an awkward landing of the phone. But on the bright side, he managed to capture the hilarious slow-motion incident on camera. Credit: StevenDonovan via Storyful

Elkhart Under State of Emergency as Flood Threat Remains56s

Elkhart Under State of Emergency as Flood Threat Remains

Elkhart, Indiana, was under a state of emergency on Friday, February 23, a day after the St Joseph River crested at 28.5 feet, just two feet under its 110-year-old record. Rare February rains created the flood conditions, local media reported. This video was shot on Wednesday, February 21, showing the area near downtown Elkhart at the confluence of the St Joseph and Elkhart Rivers. Island Park, a city park at the confluence, is completely submerged. Credit: John Stahl via Storyful

Seneca Businesses, Marinas Drowned in Illinois River Flooding1m05s

Seneca Businesses, Marinas Drowned in Illinois River Flooding

A local favorite in Seneca, Illinois, Boondocks, was submerged in water after heavy rainfall caused the Illinois River to swell to over 22 feet, more than 6 feet above “flood stage,” according to local reports. A&T’s Phantom/Mavic Pros Services, which filmed this video, remarked on Boondocks’ flooding in a message to Storyful: “It’s a cool spot to pull your boat up to have a few drinks and listen some bands, so it’s crazy to see the sand bar under water and the bar and tiki bar all under water. Usually that place is packed in the summer with people.” People living along the river in neighboring Marseilles were issued an evacuation order to be clear of the area by 2 pm local time on Wednesday, according to reports. Credit: A&T’s Phantom/Mavic Pros Services via Storyful

Drone Footage Shows Flooding and Ice Jam in Ontario1m17s

Drone Footage Shows Flooding and Ice Jam in Ontario

People were reminded to stay away from the Grand River in Brantford, Ontario, on February 23 following severe flooding and an ice jam, which prompted authorities to call a state of emergency on February 21. Although the ice and debris had started to move, Brantford police warned that the river and other areas effected by the flooding were still dangerous. The ice jam was a result of milder temperatures, combined with rainfall and snowmelt. People were evacuated and road closures were put in place in the area. These drone videos show the flooded terrain of Brantford. Credit: Tim Hensen via Storyful

Bus Plows Into 18 Motorbikes and Two Cars in Pattaya, Thailand47s

Bus Plows Into 18 Motorbikes and Two Cars in Pattaya, Thailand

A bus crashed into 18 motorbikes and two cars outside of the Coworking CO & Caffè, Chonburi, Pattaya, Thailand. Patricia Campos who runs the cafe provided the CCTV footage of the incident to Storyful. Campos told Storyful that “break failure of the bus caused the accident,” and there were no injuries. Credit: Patricia Campos via Storyful

Tourist Risks His Life and His Car Crossing the Vitim River3m34s

Tourist Risks His Life and His Car Crossing the Vitim River

Would you be brave enough to cross this bridge? Martin was travelling through Russia in his Ford Bronco when they reached the Vitim river on the BAM road. The bridge looked like something rigged up for an action film. The brave tourist decided to cross the bridge in his car, running the risk of falling in. Credit: Martin Remiš via Storyful

Adorable Toddler Gives Her Opinion on Valentines Day1m00s

Adorable Toddler Gives Her Opinion on Valentines Day

This year, Mila wasn’t afraid to vocalize her opinion on Valentines Day. The adorable toddler didn’t hold back and gave her unique but hilarious views on Cupid and the other aspects of the international romantic holiday. Credit: Katie Stauffer via Storyful

Day After House Damaged, East Ghouta Children Tour Their Neighborhood33s

Day After House Damaged, East Ghouta Children Tour Their Neighborhood

Noor and Alaa, two young girls in East Ghouta, Syria, who have been documenting the bombardment of the region by Syrian forces, tour their neighborhood in a video shot Friday, February 23, showing the devastation wrought by the ongoing bombardment. The pair appeared in a video on Thursday, February 22, showing injuries to Alaa and severe damage to their home. The injury above Alaa’s left eye can be seen in this video. Multiple deadly airstrikes have hit East Ghouta in recent weeks, with the UN calling for a ceasefire on February 21. Credit: Noor and Alaa via Storyful

Students Gather in Support of Strikers at Sheffield University36s

Students Gather in Support of Strikers at Sheffield University

Students gathered outside the entrance to a Sheffield University building on Friday, February 23, to show their support for strike action during the second day of a national strike announced by the Universities and Colleges Union (UCU). Pickets and rallies took place across the country, with MPs and other members of the public commenting on the issue. “As pressure on Universities UK grows, we make it 17 VCs so far to call for talks to end the dispute: Aberdeen, Strathclyde, Kent, Birkbeck, Goldsmiths, Bangor, Warwick, Loughborough, Newcastle, Glasgow, LSHTM, Sheffield, Essex, Lancaster, Durham, Keele & Surrey,” the UCU tweeted. Fourteen days of industrial action were planned by the union. Credit: Justa Hopma via Storyful

HRW Says Satellite Images Show Rohingya Villages 'Bulldozed' by Myanmar Authorities30s

HRW Says Satellite Images Show Rohingya Villages 'Bulldozed' by Myanmar Authorities

Human Rights Watch (HRW) released satellite footage on February 22 that it said showed the destruction of Rohingya villages in Maungdaw, Myanmar, between January 8 and February 19. HRW said the video demonstrated that the Burmese government had been bulldozing “scores of depopulated Rohingya villages”. HRW said that while most of the 55 villages that had been cleared were among the 362 villages that had been damaged by arson since August 2017, at least two of the cleared villages were undamaged and were probably inhabitable. Credit: Human Rights Watch & Planet Labs, Inc. via Storyful

Rescue Squad Saves Dog Trapped Down 30-Foot Hole48s

Rescue Squad Saves Dog Trapped Down 30-Foot Hole

Tanner, a coonhound from Tennessee, was rescued by the Knoxville Volunteer Emergency Rescue Squad (KVERS) after they were contacted by the local sheriff’s department. Using a rope-rescue system, they were able to pull him to safety. Credit: Knoxville Volunteer Emergency Rescue Squad, Inc. via Storyful

Here's a Dog Licking a Window to Brighten Up Your Day41s

Here's a Dog Licking a Window to Brighten Up Your Day

A video of a dog from Ohio licking a window has gone viral, after its owner shared it to Twitter on February 20. Kent State University student Hannah Swint shared the clip of her trusty companion Mulligan, telling viewers to “wait for it.” It shows Mulligan rubbing his snout and tongue up against the window, making some comical facial expressions as he does so. The video had over 12,800 retweets at the time of writing. Credit: Hannah Swint via Storyful

12-Year-Old Homeless, Blind Pit Bull Rescued From Los Angeles Junk Yard4m19s

12-Year-Old Homeless, Blind Pit Bull Rescued From Los Angeles Junk Yard

A blind, homeless pit bull found by employees at a junkyard in Los Angeles, California, has been saved by animal rescue workers. Abandoned by his previous owner, the dog – named Duncan by workers at Hope for Paws animal rescue – was given food and water by a junkyard employee who then asked rescue workers to save the dog before their boss called animal control. Duncan was found to be completely blind, suffering from dehydration, periodontal disease, corneal ulcers, two mass cell tumors and a skin infection. He was in need of immediate medical care. Hope for Paws shared a clip on February 21 of Duncan’s rescue, his medical care, and his time with his foster family. Duncan was still up for adoption at the time of writing. Credit: Hope for Paws via Storyful

So Many Reasons Why Cats Are Brats1m00s

So Many Reasons Why Cats Are Brats

While cute and cuddly, cats can be real jerks sometimes. Though by the looks of this footage, it seems like it is more often than that. Credit: Various via Storyful

Driver Encounters Fast-Running Pronghorn Herd on South Dakota Road1m26s

Driver Encounters Fast-Running Pronghorn Herd on South Dakota Road

Shawn Barber recorded this footage of pronghorn antelopes running in the snow near Elm Springs, South Dakota, on February 20 after he came up on them in the middle of the road in the afternoon. “They took off and kept running down the road before they finally ducked off the road and under a fence into a nearby pasture,” Barber told Storyful. “I just simply followed along recording my experience.” He also said he was not trying to herd or drive them along, rather, just following where they would go. The video shows them eventually turning off down another road. The pronghorn antelope is the second-fastest land animal after the cheetah, according to National Geographic. Credit: Shawn Barber via Storyful