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Possible Tornado Spotted in Cullman County, Alabama2m12s

Possible Tornado Spotted in Cullman County, Alabama

A possible tornado was spotted in Cullman, Alabama, by local Jennifer Anderson while she drove home from work along Eva Rd on June 22. A tornado warning was issued for Cullman County until about 8:30 pm. Al.com reported several people were injured and a mobile home destroyed by storm activity during this period. Credit: Jennifer Smith Anderson via Storyful

Demonstrators Gather in Downtown Pittsburgh Over Antwon Rose Shooting3m17s

Demonstrators Gather in Downtown Pittsburgh Over Antwon Rose Shooting

Demonstrators marched through downtown Pittsburgh on June 22, in another day of protest against the fatal shooting of Antwon Rose by an East Pittsburgh police officer. CBS Local reported the protesters marched over the Roberto Clemente Bridge, already closed for a Pittsburgh Pirates’ game that evening, chanting and carrying banners demanding the officer responsible be fired. Rose, 17, 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: etta_cetera via Storyful

Endangered Spider Monkey Welcomes New Addition to Family at Melbourne Zoo1m06s

Endangered Spider Monkey Welcomes New Addition to Family at Melbourne Zoo

Melbourne Zoo welcomed a baby spider monkey to their family on Saturday, June 16, the first of the endangered species to be born at the zoo in seven years. The zoo said mum, Isobella, was exhausted by the process but her “superb” maternal instincts kicked in. The father, Oren, remained by his new family’s side for days after the birth. The tiny monkey was yet to be named, with keepers at the zoo explaining it was clinging too closely to its mother for them to identify its gender. Credit: Victoria Zoos via Storyful

Cars Go Up in Flames in North Carolina Amusement Park's Parking Lot1m27s

Cars Go Up in Flames in North Carolina Amusement Park's Parking Lot

Several vehicles caught fire in the parking lot of an amusement park on the North Carolina-South Carolina border on Friday, June 22. No one was injured in the blaze at Carowinds that involved 10 cars, a news report said. Carowinds guest services was helping people who lost property in the fire. The cause was under investigation. Credit: Roadtrip Dave via Storyful

Oregon's Boxcar Fire Grows to 10,000 Acres in Two Days39s

Oregon's Boxcar Fire Grows to 10,000 Acres in Two Days

The Boxcar Fire near Maupin, Oregon, grew to 10,000 acres by Thursday, June 22, just one day after it was first reported. The blaze is believed to have been started by lightning, according to local news reports. A level 1 evacuation was issued for East Maupin, and portions of Highway 197 were closed. The Graham Fire was burning close to the Boxcar Fire and stood at 2,000 acres on June 22. Some residents in Jefferson County, Oregon, were asked to evacuate due to threatening winds fueling the fire. Credit: Brittany Farrell via Storyful

Fun Activities Your Parents Wouldn't Approve Of3m09s

Fun Activities Your Parents Wouldn't Approve Of

Let’s just say none of this seems too safe. Jumping out of a plane and taking your clothes off? Wrestling a 12-foot bear? Hanging upside down on a skyscraper? Some people like to do crazy things for the thrill of it. Others just like to flirt with death. Credit: Various via Storyful

Flames, Smoke Engulf Somers Town Coffee House Pub34s

Flames, Smoke Engulf Somers Town Coffee House Pub

Smoke and flames were seen ripping through London’s Somers Town Coffee House pub on Friday, June 22, according to reports. Football fans were reportedly sent running into the street due to the blaze. The London Fire Brigade confirmed they were operating at the scene, but later stated the fire had been brought under control. Credit: Chris Sulli via Storyful

Fire Rips Through Parking Lot at North Carolina Amusement Park45s

Fire Rips Through Parking Lot at North Carolina Amusement Park

Several vehicles caught fire in the parking lot of an amusement park on the North Carolina-South Carolina border on Friday, June 22. No one was injured in the blaze at Carowinds that involved 10 cars, a news report said. Carowinds guest services was helping anyone who was impacted by the fire. The cause was under investigation. Credit: anneanne1014 via Storyful

Protesters Shout "Shame" as DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Leaves Her Home36s

Protesters Shout "Shame" as DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Leaves Her Home

Protesters shouted at Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen as she got into a car outside of her home in Alexandria, Virginia, on Friday, June 22. This video shows protesters shouting “shame” and calling Nielsen a “modern day Nazi” over family separations at the US-Mexico border. On that same day, a group of protesters played a recording outside Nielsen’s home of children crying after being separated from their parents. Trump signed an executive order on June 20 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: Anonymous via Storyful

Texas Residents Resort to Using Kayaks Amid Severe Flooding42s

Texas Residents Resort to Using Kayaks Amid Severe Flooding

Severe flooding across southern Texas left residents in McAllen, Texas, stranded in parking lots and along major roadways on June 21, prompting some to resort to taking to kayaks to get around. Extended bouts of heavy rains and flash flooding led officials to declare a state of emergency across several counties on June 21. Flash-flood warnings expired early June 22, but flood warnings persisted due to standing water. Forecasters predicted the possibility of more isolated storms moving through the area later in the day. Credit: Ricardo Desenlaze via Storyful

Protesters Picket Against New ICE Building in Houston30s

Protesters Picket Against New ICE Building in Houston

People gathered on Thursday, June 21, to protest a new potential Immigration and Customs Enforcement child detention center in Houston, Texas. A warehouse was leased by Southwest Key Programs, a contractor already running a confinement facility in South Texas, to hold undocumented children in Houston, according to news reports. The protesting took place outside of the proposed child detention facility in downtown Houston. Another demonstration was scheduled to take place Friday, June 22, according to local news outlets. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner told local news channels that he didn’t want the city “to participate in a policy that I think is morally bankrupt.” Trump signed an executive order on June 20 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 video shows people holding up signs to passing traffic touting phrases like: “Shame on U.S.,” “Love will win” and “What if it were your children?” Credit: Philip Winston via Storyful

Elephants at Dublin Zoo Get Ready to Beat the Heat With a Pool Party37s

Elephants at Dublin Zoo Get Ready to Beat the Heat With a Pool Party

Ireland is preparing for warmer temperatures in the next few days and the elephants at Dublin Zoo will be more than ready. In a video shared on the zoo’s Facebook page, some of its Asian elephants can be seen frolicking in a new wallow pool built for them by their caretakers. “The animal care team have constructed a new wallow for the Asian elephant herd and of course, the calves were the first to venture in,” the zoo said on Facebook. Credit: Dublin Zoo via Storyful

Lava Flows Into Pacific From Eruption on Galapagos Island of Fernandina31s

Lava Flows Into Pacific From Eruption on Galapagos Island of Fernandina

A tour guide on a boat off the Galapagos island of Fernandina captured streams of lava from La Cumbre volcano flowing into the Pacific in striking footage uploaded to Twitter on June 19. The directorate of the Galapagos National Park said on Twitter that the current eruption began on June 16 The park tweeted on June 21 that lava flows were no longer reaching the coast. Credit: Samba Galapagos via Storyful

Possible Tornado Spotted as Storms Roll Through Southeast Missouri54s

Possible Tornado Spotted as Storms Roll Through Southeast Missouri

A funnel cloud was spotted near Parma, Missouri, on Thursday, June 21, as severe thunderstorms made their way through southeast Missouri. New Madrid County, which includes Parma, was under a tornado watch on June 21. There was no report of damage as of June 21 from the New Madrid Sheriff’s Office, or offices in surrounding areas, according to local news reports. More strong storms were expected throughout southeast Missouri on that day. A possible tornado was also spotted in Stoddard County, according to a Facebook post from a local news outlet. Credit: Stephanie Greenfield via Storyful

Siblings Surprise Their Father With Unexpected Reunion in NYC2m33s

Siblings Surprise Their Father With Unexpected Reunion in NYC

When 70-year-old Victor Ruggeiro took the train from Long Island to New York and met up with his daughter Colleen Francioli, he did not expect to also meet up with his son Victor Jr. While enjoying the Upper West Side, Victor and Colleen walked by a man handing out poems; no one would take one except for Victor. As Victor continued on his walk he started to read the poem and stopped immediately. He recognized his son’s handwriting and got the shock of his life when he realized the guy on the street was in fact his son. Colleen and Victor Jr. had set up the whole thing and Victor’s reaction was priceless. Credit: Colleen Francioli via Storyful

Carer Juggles Two Adorable Wombats in New South Wales, Australia1m02s

Carer Juggles Two Adorable Wombats in New South Wales, Australia

Wombat carer Dona Stepan had her hands full while juggling these two adorable wombats, Marshall and Orla, at Sleepy Burrows Wombat Sanctuary in Gundaroo, New South Wales. While Dona hand-fed Marshall on her knee, an impatient Orla kept trying to jump up and join in on Marshall’s feeding time. “Being patient is not one of her strong personality traits,” explained Dona when speaking about Orla. Credit: Sleepy Burrows Wombat Sanctuary via Storyful

Dogs Join in Social Media Campaign to Find Stolen Rescue Mutt32s

Dogs Join in Social Media Campaign to Find Stolen Rescue Mutt

A Canadian animal rescue organisation in Toronto, is urging pet owners to spread the word following the theft of a dog called Toby, who was stolen on the way to his new foster home. Team Dog Rescue shared the sad news about Toby on June 16, explaining how the small Shih Tzu mix was stolen by someone who claimed to be the person meant to be picking the dog up, but who turned out to be a complete stranger. “This could all be a misunderstanding. Maybe this individual was there for another transport organization for another dog,” wrote the rescue. Toby is an elderly dog, who needs veterinary treatment, the rescue team said. Local police were contacted about the dog theft, and the case is ongoing at the time of writing. The reward for Toby’s safe return stood at $3,500 at the time of writing. Dog owners have joined in on the search for Toby by using hashtag #ReturnToby, and sharing it online along with photos of their pet dogs. Credit: Team Dog Rescue via Storyful

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