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EU Leaders Bond Over Beer After a Hard Day of Brexit Talks55s

EU Leaders Bond Over Beer After a Hard Day of Brexit Talks

European leaders were spotted bonding over beer in Brussels on Wednesday night, October 17, following a day of Brexit talks. Hrvoje Kresic, a journalist with N1, shared an image of the leaders at a bar in Grand Place. The group included German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron, Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel, and Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michele. It followed a meeting of the 27 EU leaders earlier that day. British Prime Minister Theresa May addressed the group for 15 minutes before leaving them to discuss the latest impasse over Brexit. Credit: Hrvoje Kresic N1 via Storyful

Helicopter Sprays Disinfectant On Palu's Liquefaction Sites53s

Helicopter Sprays Disinfectant On Palu's Liquefaction Sites

A helicopter sprayed disinfectant onto sites at Balaroa and Petobo in Palu, Central Sulawesi province, on October 18 to prevent the spread of disease, Indonesian authorities said. The Balaroa housing complex and Petobo village were among the areas wiped out by soil liquefaction, which happened moments after the 7.5-magnitude earthquake hit Palu and the nearby districts of Donggala, Sigi and Parigi Mautong on September 28. Thousands of people are feared to be buried in debris there. More than 2,000 people died in the triple disaster of earthquake, tsunami and liquefaction in Central Sulawesi, the country’s National Disaster Management Agency said. An estimated 5,000 people were missing, presumably buried in Petobo and Balaroa, the agency’s spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said. Credit: Suhardy M Said via Storyful

Panama City Family Returns to Damaged Home After Hurricane Michael6m24s

Panama City Family Returns to Damaged Home After Hurricane Michael

Residents of Panama City, Florida, have been returning to their homes to assess the damage left behind by Hurricane Michael. This video was captured by local woman Rose Kelling. It shows the emotional moment she returned to her home with her family on Wednesday, October 17, one week after the storm hit. She also filmed other clips of the destruction in Panama City. Credit: Rose Kelling via Storyful

Angler Fish Carefully Guards Her Eggs30s

Angler Fish Carefully Guards Her Eggs

Freediver Jules Casey found a stunning sight on October 18 – a mother tasseled angler fish protecting her eggs. “Almost impossible to find,” the experienced diver said of the camouflaged fish. Credit: onebreathdiver via Storyful

Eggs Recovered From Critically Injured Turtles40s

Eggs Recovered From Critically Injured Turtles

Vets at the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation were able to salvage eggs from two eastern long neck turtles that were brought into the operating room and had to be euthanised. The turtles had attempted to cross roads and had been hit and critically injured by cars, but had eggs in their reproductive systems. A spokesperson for the hospital said: “These turtles lay about four to 22 eggs and it takes around 60-80 days for them to hatch. We keep them in an incubator in our nursery and when they hatch, we will release them back into the pond near where mum was found. It can sometimes take 24 hours for the eggs to hatch so we let the little ones rest first before release.” The turtles, also known as snake-necked turtles, are frequently hit by vehicles, according to the New South Wales environmental department. Credit: Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation via Storyful

Drone Captures Serene Vistas and Bustling Activity of Utah Pumpkin Farm1m00s

Drone Captures Serene Vistas and Bustling Activity of Utah Pumpkin Farm

It was well and truly pumpkin season at McFarland Family Farms, just west of Ogden, Utah. The farm’s employees worked in unison to gather the fully-grown pumpkins for sale to Walmart stores. Justin McFarland brought his drone and GoPro to the farm, where he captured the sweeping vistas and bustling activity. He used a PolarPro ND4 polarized filter on the footage to optimize the bright colors of the autumn scene. Credit: Justin McFarland via Storyful

Fearless Cat Confronts Two Mule Deer in Back Yard1m00s

Fearless Cat Confronts Two Mule Deer in Back Yard

Niko, a four-month-old cat, fearlessly greeted two mule deer who visited his backyard in Rocky View County, Alberta. Sandra Forbes filmed the hilarious video of Niko confronting and chasing the deer. According to Sandra, the deer often wander into the family yard and are usually ignored by all of her other pets. Niko is the exception. Credit: Sandra Forbes Photography via Storyful

Drone Footage Captures Recovery Efforts in Mexico Beach, Florida1m54s

Drone Footage Captures Recovery Efforts in Mexico Beach, Florida

Florida resident RJ Murdock captured drone footage of recovery efforts taking place in Mexico Beach, Florida, on October 16, in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael. Murdock told Storyful roads were cleared of trees, and homeowners returned home to begin the cleanup process. Credit: RJ Murdock via Storyful

Israeli Police Use Tasers, Pepper Spray on Protesters Defending West Bank Bedouin Village52s

Israeli Police Use Tasers, Pepper Spray on Protesters Defending West Bank Bedouin Village

Israeli police on October 17 used tasers and pepper spray on demonstrators and activists protesting the demolition of the Palestinian Khan al-Ahmar village in the West Bank, home to Bedouin families living in tents and huts. Local media reported injuries and the arrest of one activist on the day. The Palestinian National Liberation Movement reported the activist arrested was 18-year-old Raneen Emeira. Israeli activists also were reported to have participated in the protest on the side of the villagers. About 45 Bedouin families live in the Khan al-Ahmar area, Palestinian media reported. Residents did not comply with an October 1 deadline to evacuate and demolish their homes, according to Haaretz. Fatou Bensouda, an International Criminal Court prosecutor, issued a statement on October 17 warning that the demolition of the Bedouin village could constitute a war crime. Bulldozers first entered the village on October 14, according to local media. Four protesters were reportedly arrested on October 15, according to the Palestinian National Liberation Movement and the Times of Israel. Credit: Mosab Shawer via Storyful

Tornado Touches Down Outside Waxahachie High School in Texas1m58s

Tornado Touches Down Outside Waxahachie High School in Texas

A tornado touched down outside Waxahachie High School on Saturday, October 13, shattering windows inside the Texas school and blowing a door off its hinges. This surveillance footage shows the interior of the school as well as the fierce winds raging outside. According to reports from CBS, 25 students were inside the school at the time of the tornado but were uninjured. The tornado spun up winds of 85 miles per hour and was the first since 2002 to touch down in Waxahachie, Waxahachietx.com reported. Credit: Waxahachie ISD via Storyful

You Can't Help But Love This Considerate Pup Who Closes The Door Behind Them38s

You Can't Help But Love This Considerate Pup Who Closes The Door Behind Them

A polite dog in Wiltshire, England, is being commended by their owner after they very considerately closed the door behind them. Charlie Tilley shared a video on October 15 showing their dog very gently closing a door with their paw. “I’m putting this everywhere – the only member of my family who closes my door,” Charlie tweeted. As of writing, the footage had been viewed over 130 times on Twitter. Credit: Charlie Tilley via Storyful

Turkish Investigators Enter Saudi Consul's Home 2 Weeks After Khashoggi Disappearance45s

Turkish Investigators Enter Saudi Consul's Home 2 Weeks After Khashoggi Disappearance

Turkish investigators entered the Saudi consul-general’s house in Istanbul on October 17, more than two weeks after the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and as reports emerged from Turkish sources saying he was tortured and beheaded. The team of investigators used a drone to examine the compound from above, according to Turkish media, and entered Mohammad al-Otaibi’s house. The consul-general returned to Saudi Arabia on October 16, according to Turkish media. On October 17, Middle East Eye reported that a Turkish source listened to a recording of Khashoggi’s last moments. They also reported an abridged recording was given to the Turkish newspaper Sabah, which has not released it. Khashoggi was last seen entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2. Turkey blamed the Saudi government for Khashoggi’s disappearance. The Saudi government has denied any involvement. Credit: Memet Aksakal via Storyful

Internet Sensation 'Chubbs' the Alligator Spotted Again at Florida Golf Course31s

Internet Sensation 'Chubbs' the Alligator Spotted Again at Florida Golf Course

A 15-foot-long alligator, known affectionately in the area as “Chubbs,” returned to one of his favorite haunts, Buffalo Creek Golf Course in Palmetto, Florida, on Friday, October 12. This video, shared by Facebook user Sage Stryczny, captured Chubbs casually strolling on the golf course before taking a rest on the grass. “Never know what your gunna come across on the golf course,” Stryczny wrote on Facebook. Chubbs became an Internet sensation after a video of him wandering at the golf course went viral in 2016. Ken Powell, general manager of Buffalo Creek Golf Course, told the media in the past that Chubbs was a longtime resident of the golf course. “He doesn’t hurt anybody. He’s got a giant reservoir to go to," Powell told Fox 13 News. Credit: Sage Stryczny via Storyful

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Damaged Homes Line Panama City Street20s

Damaged Homes Line Panama City Street

Damaged homes and fallen trees lined a Panama City street, in Florida, days after Hurricane Michael hit the area on October 10. The hurricane killed at least 18 people, the Weather Channel reported on October 15. Footage owned by Panhandle Getaways, a Panama City-based vacation rental company, shows the extent of the damage in the Sweetwater Village neighborhood. Credit: Emily Beckstrom with Panhandle Getaways via Storyful

Rising Water Levels Drench Properties on Colorado River's Banks in Kingsland, Texas23s

Rising Water Levels Drench Properties on Colorado River's Banks in Kingsland, Texas

Historic levels of flooding drenched Kingsland, Texas, on Wednesday, October 17, at the confluence of the Llano and Colorado rivers, forcing residential evacuations, fouling drinking water, and leaving one person dead, according to local coverage. On Tuesday, the swollen, rushing Llano River collapsed a bridge in Kingsland, about 65 miles northwest of Austin. A body was found in Lake Lyndon B Johnson, where two rivers meet. The person had not yet been identified, local officials told the Associated Press. Credit: bentley_n_frostie via Storyful

School Bus Catches Fire, Burns in Irving, Texas, as Occupants Escape45s

School Bus Catches Fire, Burns in Irving, Texas, as Occupants Escape

A school bus belonging to the Coppell Independent School District burned on Wednesday morning, October 17, in Irving, Texas, with no injuries, according to district officials. Two students, a bus monitor, and a driver evacuated the vehicle when the engine began smoking, local media reported. Credit: Juan Vazquez via Storyful

‘You Want That Pizza to Go?’ Kitesurfer Grabs a Slice Midair31s

‘You Want That Pizza to Go?’ Kitesurfer Grabs a Slice Midair

Kitesurfer Kevin Langeree took a pitstop during his participation in the “Battle For The Lake” event on Achill Island, off the coast of Mayo, Ireland. The Red Bull King of the Air punctuated his kitesurfing with a slice of pizza offered to him by some spectators. Speaking to The Independent, observer Catherine Etienne noted that Langeree had a “very good catch thanks to the good wind and direction”. Credit: @lifeispuremagic via Storyful

Florida Police Called to Soccer Game After Black Man Yells to Son4m52s

Florida Police Called to Soccer Game After Black Man Yells to Son

A woman acting as a field marshal called police after a black man yelled to his son during a soccer game at Davis Park, in Ponte Vedro, Florida, on October 14, witnesses said. According to one witness, the man told his son to continue playing after being called for a foul by the referee. The field marshal, observing the game on a golf cart, confronted the man and called the police after a discussion with him. Video taken after a patrol car from the St John’s County Sheriff’s Department arrived on the scene shows an officer speaking with both parties. The situation ended without incident. First Coast News quoted Gary Easom, president of the Ponte Vedra Athletic Association, who said he had spoken to the field marshal. He said parents were not supposed to approach their children during the game, First Coast said. Credit: Ginger Galore Williams via Storyful

Presidential Motorcade Arrives in Georgia in Wake of Hurricane Michael58s

Presidential Motorcade Arrives in Georgia in Wake of Hurricane Michael

US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visited storm-ravaged areas of Georgia on October 15, in the wake of Hurricane Michael. Trump visited the Red Cross Command Center in Macon, where he thanked workers for their response to the disaster. The president toured areas of severe destruction in Florida prior to traveling to Georgia. Credit: Deputy Travis Cumbie via Storyful

Diver Gets the Ultimate 'Seal' of Approval37s

Diver Gets the Ultimate 'Seal' of Approval

Scuba diver Ben Burville recently “sealed” a new friendship with a playful pal in the waters off the Farne islands, Northumberland. Ben told Storyful he recorded his encounter with a very attentive seal on October 7, and joked, “My #divebuddy kindly checks that my #scubadiving mask fits correctly.” Credit: Ben Burville via Storyful

Tears of Joy as Family Reunited With Missing Dog After Four Months1m05s

Tears of Joy as Family Reunited With Missing Dog After Four Months

A dog that had been missing for several months had an emotional reunion with his family on October 15. The Galway Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (GSPCA) shared this video of the joyous occasion, which shows the Kilpatrick family, from Co Kildare in Ireland, cuddling their beloved pet for the first time in over four months. Alfie the lurcher went missing from his home in Co Kildare on June 7, and was spotted on the other side of Ireland, in Ballinasloe, Co Galway, on October 14. The GSPCA said the dog had been stolen. According to his owner, Andrew Kilpatrick, a vet said that Alfie was lucky to be alive. Speaking to Irish media, Kilpatrick said: “The kids are overcome with joy to have him home. Their positive wishes and belief to never give up brought him back.” Credit: Galway SPCA via Storyful

Top Bins! Soccer Fan Pulls Off Trash Can Trick Shot While at Work31s

Top Bins! Soccer Fan Pulls Off Trash Can Trick Shot While at Work

During a slow day at work in Middlesbrough, England, soccer fan Sean Hugill found a novel way to pass the time. In a video uploaded to Twitter on October 11, Hugill kicks a ball high in the air and lands it perfectly in a trash can several yards away. It’s an impressive shot, though Hugill told Storyful that, after several attempts to complete the trick it actually “felt like an anti-climax when I got it in tbh.” Credit: Seanio88 via Storyful

Floodwaters Swell Creek in Marble Falls, Texas38s

Floodwaters Swell Creek in Marble Falls, Texas

Texas Gov Greg Abbott declared a state of disaster in 18 counties in central and south Texas on Tuesday, October 16, as severe flooding hit the state. The floods, brought on by heavy rainfall, forced the closure of several parks and lakes as authorities conducted search and rescue missions. This video shows the floodwaters swelling Backbone Creek in Marble Falls. Credit: The Picayune Newspaper via Storyful

Thousands Affected as Flooding Strikes 19 Villages in Indonesia's Aceh Province53s

Thousands Affected as Flooding Strikes 19 Villages in Indonesia's Aceh Province

Flooding hit 19 villages in Aceh Jaya regency on Tuesday, October 16, affecting more than 8,000 residents, Indonesian authorities said. Teuku Irfan TB, head of Aceh Jaya regency in Aceh province, declared a state of emergency the same day. There were no casualties reported, but flooding did paralyze traffic in the Teunom district, local media reported. This footage, shared on October 16, shows flooded streets at Gampong Baro village in Teunom. Torrential rain also hit the other parts of Sumatra, causing landslides and flooding in North and Sumatra provinces last weekend, killing 22 people. Credit: Habibi Law via Storyful

Powerful Flash Floods Lead to State of Disaster Being Declared in Texas50s

Powerful Flash Floods Lead to State of Disaster Being Declared in Texas

Texas Gov Greg Abbott declared a state of disaster in 18 counties in central and south Texas on Tuesday, October 16, as severe flooding hit the state. The floods, brought on by heavy rainfall, forced the closure of several parks and lakes as authorities conducted search and rescue missions. This video was captured by Richard Wansley. It shows the swell on the Llano River in Kingsland, Texas, just before the FM 2900 bridge collapsed, he told Storyful. Credit: Richard Wansley via Storyful