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Protesters Play Sounds of Crying Migrant Children Outside DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen's House24s

Protesters Play Sounds of Crying Migrant Children Outside DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen's House

A group of protesters, gathered outside Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen’s house the morning of June 22, played a recording of the sounds of children crying after separation from their parents at the US border. Video posted on social media by a local journalist shows a small group holding placards outside the secretary’s house as the audio, circulated widely this week, played. Credit: Philip Lewis via Storyful

Florida Police Dog Praised for Wrestling Gun From Suspect1m54s

Florida Police Dog Praised for Wrestling Gun From Suspect

The newest K-9 of the Pensacola Police Department was praised for potentially saving the lives of several officers on June 21 after the dog wrestled a loaded shotgun from a burglary suspect. Police said the incident took place at midnight in a house on North K Street. The suspect, identified as 36-year-old Oliver Hurst, is accused of breaking into his girlfriend’s house, armed with the shotgun. Police say Hurst returned to his home and subsequently refused orders to surrender when police officers arrived at the scene. Hurst was pursued by police and the K-9, an 18-month-old German Shepherd called Foster, latched onto the shotgun and pulled it from his hands. Hurst was tasered and taken into custody, police said. Foster was praised for potentially saving the lives of the officers and the suspect. Credit: Pensacola Police Department via Storyful

US Commander Visits Manbij, Pledges 'Strong Support'1m21s

US Commander Visits Manbij, Pledges 'Strong Support'

Gen Joseph L Votel, commander of US Central Command, visited the disputed Syrian city of Manbij on June 21, according to Kurdish reports. Votel and US delegates met with the Democratic Civil Administration of the city, and its military council. Votel said the purpose of his visit was to show “strong support for the Manbij Military Council and the civil administration of Manbij, and to visit the [US] soldiers we have here.” Manbij was recaptured from Islamic State in 2016, in an offensive by the US-backed, Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces. US support for the Kurds met with disapproval from Turkey, and the two countries were reported earlier in June to have agreed a security deal for Manbij under which Turkish and US forces would remain, but Kurdish militias would withdraw. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told CNN Turk on June 21 that Kurdish fighters would begin withdrawing on July 4. Credit: ANHA via Storyful

Hundreds Airlifted From Switzerland's Schilthorn Summit Following Cable Car Breakdown1m10s

Hundreds Airlifted From Switzerland's Schilthorn Summit Following Cable Car Breakdown

About 400 people were airlifted from Switzerland’s Schilthorn mountain on June 21 after the cable car connecting the summit to the town below broke down. According to local reports, five helicopters were deployed to transport between 300 and 400 people down the mountain to the town of Mürren below. The company responsible for the operation of the cable car said that the evacuation was initiated due to the threat of stormy weather and was completed after two hours. The mountain was featured in the 1969 James Bond movie On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, starring George Lazenby. Credit: fenwicklee via Storyful

Woman Masters the Workout-Life Balance With Wine43s

Woman Masters the Workout-Life Balance With Wine

Megan Vaughan certainly knows how to get the best out of her workouts. By simply adding a large glass or bottle of wine to her routines she has mastered the workout-life balance. In this latest video compilation, Megan’s routines include weight training with wine and sumo squats with – you guessed it – more wine. Credit: Megan Vaughan via Storyful

Japanese Volcano Used in Classic James Bond Movie Erupts16s

Japanese Volcano Used in Classic James Bond Movie Erupts

Mount Shinmoedake, on the Japanese island of Kyushu, erupted on Friday morning, June 22, spewing rocks and smoke into the air. TBS television said rock was thrown as far as 3,600 feet (1,100m) from the mountain. The volcano, which was featured in a 1960s James Bond movie You Only Live Twice, previously erupted on May 14 and April 6 as well as in March of this year. Credit: @nVbXyxGAyiCqZi5 via Storyful

Seattle Cop Caught on Camera Nailing Traffic Cone Flip31s

Seattle Cop Caught on Camera Nailing Traffic Cone Flip

A video of a police officer showing off some pretty awesome flipping skills has gone viral, after it was shared to Twitter by Jennifer Gonzalez on June 19. According to her tweet, the cop was caught on camera in Seattle, Washington, as he expertly flipped one traffic cone onto another with ease. “Only Seattle police be the ones to do this shit,” she captioned the tweet, which had over 90,000 views at the time of writing. Credit: @JenniGonz15 via Storyful

Antwon Rose Protesters Chant 'Who Did This? Police Did This' on Blocked Pittsburgh Highway22s

Antwon Rose Protesters Chant 'Who Did This? Police Did This' on Blocked Pittsburgh Highway

A protest march closed a Pittsburgh highway for several hours between June 21 and 22, in response to the police-involved shooting of the 17-year-old Antwon Rose. The teenager died in hospital after being shot while running away from police who were looking for a suspected shooter on June 19. The officer involved, named locally as Michael Rosfeld, was a part-time member of the force who had been sworn in just hours before the shooting. Credit: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette via Storyful

Farmer Saves Fawn and Takes it for a Drive in Combine Harvester53s

Farmer Saves Fawn and Takes it for a Drive in Combine Harvester

While harvesting grain with his combine harvester in Maryland, Andrew Grove spotted a baby deer. Andrew knew he had to take the fawn out of harm’s way. After catching the fawn, the kind farmer popped it into the cab of the machine and carried on working. Footage shared to Facebook shows the animal calmly staring out the window while the vehicle harvests the grain. Andrew told Storyful, “when I was done I left it go back (sic) to its mother”. Credit: Andrew Grove via Storyful

Moritz the Pig Saves His Pennies for a Rainy Day1m09s

Moritz the Pig Saves His Pennies for a Rainy Day

Happy-go-lucky pig Moritz likes nothing more than to keep busy around the house. The clever pig recently gathered his pennies to save them for a rainy day. While frantically wagging his tail, Moritz picked up several coins and slotted them into his piggy bank. Credit: Nicolle von Eberkopf via Storyful

Kind Policeman Brings Boy With Special Needs Into Standing Area of Taylor Swift's Dublin Gig56s

Kind Policeman Brings Boy With Special Needs Into Standing Area of Taylor Swift's Dublin Gig

A kind Irish policeman made a young man’s day when he helped him gain access to the standing area of Taylor Swift’s Dublin concert at Croke Park on June 16. A video shared to Facebook by Gavin Coventry shows a member of An Garda Siochana standing beside the boy. The boy, who has special needs according to Coventry’s post, can be seen standing beside the garda wearing a high visibility jacket as well as the garda’s hat. Coventry wrote his post that the young Swift fan was trying his hardest to get into the standing area on the pitch, but was refused by the stewards because he didn’t have the correct ticket. “One of the on duty guards came over and gave his hi vis body armour and hat to the little fella and brought him out front for about 10 minutes,” Coventry wrote alongside the footage. The video of the garda and the boy had over 450,000 views at the time of writing. Credit: Gavin Coventry via Storyful

Lightning Flashes Over Fort Myers Beach37s

Lightning Flashes Over Fort Myers Beach

A lightning strike over Fort Myers, Florida, was caught on camera on June 20 and slowed down to show its full effect across the sky. Video captured by Brandon Thrift, who according to Fox News traveled from Sarasota to Fort Myers to catch the sunset, shows the impressive strike over Fort Myers beach. Credit: Brandon Thrift via Storyful

Rare Albino Stingray Vacuums Up Spider Crabs1m00s

Rare Albino Stingray Vacuums Up Spider Crabs

Freediver Jules Casey was recorded a rare albino stingray as it sucked up spider crabs to eat near Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, posting the footage to social media on June 22. Casey, who has spotted the albino ray on other occasions, fondly refers to it as Crystal. Credit: Onebreathdiver via Storyful

Bail for 'Wolf Pack' Sexual Abuse Culprits Sparks Outrage and Protests in Pamplona25s

Bail for 'Wolf Pack' Sexual Abuse Culprits Sparks Outrage and Protests in Pamplona

Women’s groups staged protests in cities across Spain on Thursday, June 21, after a court ordered five men convicted of sexually assaulting an 18-year-old woman in Pamplona to be released on bail. The five were convicted of the lesser crime of sexual abuse but acquitted of rape, and sentenced to nine years in April. The decision not to prosecute the men, one of whom was a civil guard police officer, for rape sparked mass protests across Spain. The men belonged to a WhatsApp group called La Manada, or “the Wolf Pack”, and used the app to share a video of the attack that took place during Pamplona’s famous bull-running festival in July 2016. Their lawyers had launched an appeal and requested that the men to be provisionally released pending the outcome. The court decided to release them on $7,000 (6,000 euro) bail. This video shows a protest in Pamplona on June 21, following the men’s provisional release. Rallies were also held on the same day in Bilbao, San Sebastian and Barcelona. Credit: Aitor Agirrezabal via Storyful

Female Football Fans Watch Iran World Cup Match in Tehran Stadium16s

Female Football Fans Watch Iran World Cup Match in Tehran Stadium

Iran faced disappointment after losing on the field to Spain in their World Cup group stage match on June 20, but off the field the women of Iran scored a major victory in Tehran. Social media posts showed women watching the match alongside men in Tehran’s Azadi Stadium. Since 1980, the Islamic republic has banned women from watching men’s sporting events, and those who break the rules can be arrested, fined or even jailed. Videos and photos shared from inside the stadium show female soccer fans cheering, donning face paint, blowing vuvuzelas and waving national flags. The official Twitter account of Iran’s national team posted a photo of a female spectator in the stadium’s stands holding an Iranian flag, with a caption: “Azadi Stadium, now!” A goal for Diego Costa secured Spain’s 1-0 victory over Iran. In April, a group of women in Iran put on fake facial hair and dressed as men in order to watch an Iran Pro League soccer match at Azadi Stadium. Credit: Reza Nazariani via Storyful

Tornado Touches Down Near Mackay, Idaho1m17s

Tornado Touches Down Near Mackay, Idaho

The National Weather Service Pocatello confirmed a tornado touched down near Darlington, Idaho, on Thursday, June 21. Local TV station KIFI reported the only damage from the storm was a screen door being blown off its hinges. Faith Wanstrom captured dramatic footage of the tornado near Mackay. Credit: Faith Wanstrom via Storyful

Shelf Cloud Rolls into Indianapolis35s

Shelf Cloud Rolls into Indianapolis

A looming shelf cloud rolled into Indianapolis, Indiana, late on Thursday evening, June 21. NWS Indianapolis warned that the storm system could bring 40 mph, torrential rain and hail to Indianapolis. Sai Powers captured dramatic footage of the shelf cloud rolling over Indianapolis. Credit: Sai Powers via Storyful

Iranian Women Allowed to Watch World Cup Match in Tehran Stadium10s

Iranian Women Allowed to Watch World Cup Match in Tehran Stadium

Iran faced disappointment after losing on the field to Spain in their World Cup group stage match on June 20, but off the field the women of Iran scored a major victory in Tehran. Social media posts showed that women were possibly for the first time allowed to enter Tehran’s Azadi Stadium to watch a broadcast of the Iran-Spain match in Kazan, Russia. Since 1980, the Islamic republic has banned women from watching men’s sporting events, and those who break the rules can be arrested, fined or even jailed. Videos and photos shared from inside the Azadi Stadium show female soccer fans watching the game alongside men in the stadium – cheering, donning face paint, blowing vuvuzelas and waving the national flags. The official Twitter account of Iran’s national team posted a photo of a female spectator in the stadium’s stands holding an Iranian flag, with a caption: “Azadi Stadium, now!” A goal for Diego Costa secured Spain’s 1-0 victory over Iran. In April, a group of women in Iran put on fake facial hair and dressed as men in order to watch an Iran Pro League soccer match at Azadi Stadium. Credit: @karabiamir via Storyful

Protesters Picket ICE Offices in New York32s

Protesters Picket ICE Offices in New York

Protesters gathered outside the lower Manhattan offices of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement office on June 21 to rally against President Donald Trump’s ‘zero-tolerance’ immigration policy. The protest was organized by local Jewish organization T’ruah. In this footage, the protesters are singing the Jewish song Salaam, which includes the lyrics “Peace will come upon us, yet, peace, upon us and upon the whole world.” On June 20, after facing mounting pressure, Trump signed an executive order to end the policy of separating children from parents attempting to cross the US-Mexico border illegally. Parents awaiting prosecution for immigration violations will now be held with their children in federal custody. Hundreds of children remain in federal shelters after having been separated from their parents since the policy took effect in May. Credit: Nathan Rubin via Storyful

Families Occupy ICE Offices in New York to Protest 'Zero-Tolerence' Immigration Policy27s

Families Occupy ICE Offices in New York to Protest 'Zero-Tolerence' Immigration Policy

Families gathered inside the Manhattan offices of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement office on June 21 to protest against President Donald Trump’s ‘zero-tolerance’ immigration policy. On June 20, after facing mounting pressure, Trump signed an executive order to end the policy of separating children from parents attempting to cross the US-Mexico border illegally. Parents awaiting prosecution for immigration violations will now be held with their children in federal custody. Hundreds of children remain in federal shelters after having been separated from their parents since the policy took effect in May. This footage shows protesters occupying the New York ICE offices while chanting “Families and children deserve to be safe.” Credit: Tim Dubnau via Storyful

Kid Steals Third Base With Dramatic Jump During Baseball Game50s

Kid Steals Third Base With Dramatic Jump During Baseball Game

Chase stole the show during the Magnolia Little League game on May 29. The talented baseball player came close to being knocked out during the game but secured his place by jumping over his opponent and sliding his way to third base. Credit: Scott Edwards via Storyful

Young Flying Fox Recovers After Rescue From Barbed Wire Fence1m43s

Young Flying Fox Recovers After Rescue From Barbed Wire Fence

Cody, a young flying fox, had ripped out a large section of his cheek and was in a fragile state after an accident with a barbed wire fence. However, bat-rescuer Denise Wade knew what to do. “Although his initial injuries were not pretty, we knew that given the right treatment and time in care, he would heal,” explained Denise. With the help of a vet, pain relief and a sympathetic diet, Cody in now on his way to making a full recovery. Credit: Denise Wade via Storyful

Anti-ICE Activists Change California Billboard to Read, 'We Make Kids Disappear'1m00s

Anti-ICE Activists Change California Billboard to Read, 'We Make Kids Disappear'

A group of guerrilla art activists transformed a billboard in Emeryville, California, in the early hours of June 21, to say, “We make kids disappear,” attributing the quote to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The activist art collective INDECLINE posted a video showing three people dressed in black transforming the 1-800-GOT-JUNK billboard just off a freeway. A member of the group told a local news outlet he had been doing similar acts of vandalism for 17 years and never been arrested or fined specifically for vandalizing billboards. Representatives of Clear Channel, which owns the billboard, told local media they were aware of the vandalism and planned to repair, replace or remove the advertisement by the end of the day. Credit: INDECLINE via Storyful

Flash Flooding Slows Down Traffic in Southern Texas41s

Flash Flooding Slows Down Traffic in Southern Texas

Flash flooding that began the day prior continued to fill the streets in McAllen, Texas, on Thursday, June 21, after the area received 5 to 7 inches of rain. This video shows cars and semi-trucks slowly makign their way through the flooding on Military Hwy. The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for the cities of Edinburg, McAllen and Mission, Texas. Large sinkholes were also appearing across the city, according to local news reports. Credit: Ruben Flores via Storyful