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Police Detain Knife-Wielding Man at Airport in Amsterdam1m44s

Police Detain Knife-Wielding Man at Airport in Amsterdam

Armed police arrested a man who produced a knife at Schiphol Plaza in the airport in Amsterdam, Netherlands, prompting an evacuation on Thursday, December 13. Video from the airport shows a man kneeling as he surrendered to police wielding assault rifles. Officers kicked the knife away, forced the man’s hands behind his back, and placed him in handcuffs. Dutch Border Police confirmed the incident and gave an all clear. The airport has reopened the plaza area and trains between terminals are moving once again. Credit: Ralph Lemarechal via Storyful

Lightning Strikes Building in Campbelltown as Severe Storm Moves In35s

Lightning Strikes Building in Campbelltown as Severe Storm Moves In

Intense lighting was seen over Campbelltown on Thursday, December 13, as a severe storm system moved through New South Wales. The eastern parts of New South Wales faced heavy rain, lightning and severe winds reaching at least 10 5km/h. The poor weather conditions caused power outages and train delays in the region, News.com.au reported. Credit: Twitchtothe0 via Storyful

It's Rocky (Boy Baby): One-Year-Old Boxing Sensation Works Out37s

It's Rocky (Boy Baby): One-Year-Old Boxing Sensation Works Out

Little Joey-Joel is bound to be a boxing prodigy. The one-year-old boxing sensation decided to show off his impressive fighting skills at his grandmother’s home in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Joey-Joel showed the ball who’s boss and demonstrated his ‘on point’ skills for the camera. His mother, Leevanessa Ramirez, managed to capture his training and Joey-Joel’s father uploaded the footage to his Facebook page. Credit: Joey Boca via Storyful

Palestinian Man Killed, Israeli Soldier Injured in 'Ramming Attack' in al-Bireh13s

Palestinian Man Killed, Israeli Soldier Injured in 'Ramming Attack' in al-Bireh

A Palestinian man was shot and killed following an alleged ramming attack that injured an Israeli soldier in al-Bireh on December 13, local media reported. The incident occurred outside an aluminum company in al-Bireh. The man killed was reported to be Hamdan Tawfiq al-Arda, the 60-year-old owner of the company, according to local news, which cited the ministry of health. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said that the soldier was lightly injured and that the attack occurred near a bus stop. In an interview, a member of the Palestinian Red Crescent said that soldiers stopped the first responders from attending to the man. Earlier in the day, a Palestinian man was shot dead by Israeli police officers after a knife attack in Jerusalem’s Old City in the early hours of December 13, according to Haaretz. Two Israelis were also killed by a gunman near the West Bank settlement of Ofra. Also on December 13, the IDF said that an overnight operation had led to the deaths of two Palestinians suspected of involvement in two separate, deadly attacks on Israelis. Credit: Mohamed Turkman via Storyful

Controlled Avalanche Surges Down Swiss Mountain41s

Controlled Avalanche Surges Down Swiss Mountain

Robin Métrailler recorded what he described as an artificial avalanche in the Zermatt Valley, between Täsch and Zermatt, in Valais, Switzerland. There have been reports of 50-70cm of snow in the area in recent days. Switzerland has been recognized by UNESCO for their management of avalanche risks through analysis and active interventions, such as bombing or shelling of heavily snow-packed slopes. Credit: Robin Métrailler via Storyful

Girl Can’t Keep Her Composure When American Football Player Gives Her His Glove 50s

Girl Can’t Keep Her Composure When American Football Player Gives Her His Glove

A young New Orleans Saints fan was overcome with emotions when Thomas Morstead, gave her his glove after a match on December 9, 2018, and the girl's response has been melting hearts. This story may just renew your belief in Christmas miracle. This video first shared on Twitter by Amberly Mouton Niedz shows her daughter Aubrey breaking down in tears after Thomas Morstead gifts her with the glove after the team’s victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James ground. Mouton Niedz tweeted the video to Morstead, writing “Thank you for making my day! This was so unique!!” and it had over 100,000 views after the time of writing. Thomas Morstead has since replaying, asking to be met with the family members so that he can give her a jersey for Christmas. But the Interesting thing of this story of how Thomas Morstead's left glove ended in the hands of this young girl, Aubrey Niedzwiecki, actually start with an elf. "They come after you put the Christmas tree up," Aubrey Niedzwiecki explained, showing us her "Elf on the bookshelf." Tinley is one of Santa's elves that came to the Aubrey Niedzwecki’s home yearly. Elves travel back to the North Pole to tell Santa about what children all around the world watch, play and what are their wishes, but there is a rule, no one can touch them. At the same time, Niedzwiecki had been trying to get Saints tickets in New Orleans because, as a family this season, they decided they would rather have an experience together than conventional gifts, but the tickets were too costly. Hearing all the Saints quote, Tinley must have gotten a concept, because she soon arrived with a note. It says, she knew the "fam bam" loved the Saints. "And it was difficult to find tickets to the match, so I brought this for you, and she was just holding the tickets," Aubery said. The tickets were for the Buccaneers match in Tampa Bay. The rest is history. "I saw Morstead kind of looking in our direction and I started hollering his name and a lot of people were, but then I saw him running right towards us," Aubrey's dad, Jonathan, Niedzwiecki, recalled the moment when Thomas Morstead walked over to the end zone. "I did not really expect that, it was just basically a miracle," Aubrey Niedzwiecki said. The glove has not left Aubrey's side since, and it means so much to the entire family. "It is hard not to cry right now," Amberly Niedzwiecki described her feelings. It turns out, Amberly and Jonathan are both from Louisiana, and back in 2010, they lived in Slidell. "She was born there, and that is when the Saints won," she said. And now together, even far away, their combined Saints passion has been stronger than ever. This past game day, the family drove five hours to Tampa and cheered until their voices were just about gone. Bacchus Sunday is a thrilling day! Take a look at the skill and imagination that creates the stunning costumes on display each year. For Aubrey's part, she danced her tail off to the Sean Payton just for good luck. Of course, Thomas Morstead could have just headed back to the locker room after the win, but he did not. "It just took a small gesture, just a few moments to walk over there, and the impact that he had,” Amberly said. Just a simple act of kindness, but it has given this family a cherished memory for a lifetime, exactly what they wished for this Christmas.

Islamic State Bomb Explodes Beside Journalists Near Deir Ezzor1m28s

Islamic State Bomb Explodes Beside Journalists Near Deir Ezzor

Two Kurdistan 24 journalists said they narrowly escaped an Islamic State bombing on December 12 as US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) made advances against the group in Hajin, outside Deir Ezzor. This footage shows the moment of the blast. Reporter Akram Salih and cameraman Haitham Hassan were passing a building when the explosion occurred on December 12, Kurdistan 24 said. Both men were unharmed, the news station told Storyful. An SDF fighter told Salih that Islamic State had planted mines and improvised explosive devices in parts of Hajin before they retreated. A local activist group reported that the car bomb exploded near SDF troops gathering beside Nabed al-Hayat hospital in Hajin. Storyful cannot verify reports on the level of injury suffered from the blast. The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that the SDF had made strategic advances against Islamic State and had captured most of Hajin. Credit: Kurdistan 24 via Storyful

Police Close Off Streets in Strasbourg as Manhunt for Shooting Suspect Continues31s

Police Close Off Streets in Strasbourg as Manhunt for Shooting Suspect Continues

Security forces in Strasbourg cordoned off streets in the Neudorf area of the city on December 13 as they continued to search for Cherif Chekatt, the suspect in a shooting near the city’s Christmas market that left three dead. Hundreds of security personnel have been deployed since the December 11 attack, on both sides of the France-Germany border. Credit: Cihan Efruzz via Storyful

Rogue Ram Pulls the Wool Over Pursuer's Eyes in Wild Chase1m00s

Rogue Ram Pulls the Wool Over Pursuer's Eyes in Wild Chase

Christian Pinder might have been a little sheepish after he tried to catch a ram on Clare Island, Ireland. This hilarious video uploaded to Facebook shows Pinder pursuing the sheep to no avail. Pinder’s cousin Conor who recorded the video assured Storyful that the evasive ram “was eventually caught a good time later.” Credit: Conor Pinder via Storyful

And ... He’s Off! Junior Jockey Emulates Father’s Racing Skills1m54s

And ... He’s Off! Junior Jockey Emulates Father’s Racing Skills

Jockey Julien Leparoux’s racing legacy appears safe for another generation, if video of his little boy Mitchell is anything to go by. This video, posted to Twitter by Shea Leparoux, Mitchell’s mother, shows the budding rider in his silks as he enthusiastically rides along, on the arm of the couch, to some race commentary. “I’m on the outside,” says Mitchell, expertly. According to Shea, Mitchell is wearing the silks of his late grandfather, the trainer Mike Mitchell. Credit: Shea Leparoux via Storyful

Intense Thunderstorms Hit Sydney Area1m02s

Intense Thunderstorms Hit Sydney Area

Residents in Sydney were advised to stay indoors and secure loose items around their homes on December 13 as a severe thunderstorm warning was issued with heavy rainfall, damaging winds and large hailstones expected. The Bureau of Meteorology said thunderstorms hit several parts of the city, including Sydney Harbour Bridge and Bondi Beach, at around 8.15 pm. Thousands of homes were without power, the Sydney Morning Herald said. Credit: @dmorg78 via Storyful

Dust Storm Looms Over New South Wales High School33s

Dust Storm Looms Over New South Wales High School

A large dust storm moved over Coonamble in New South Wales on Thursday, December 13, as strong winds were expected to cause weather disturbances across the east of the state. The Bureau of Meteorology issued severe thunderstorm warnings for large parts of the region. This footage was taken at Coonamble High School. Credit: Coonamble High School via Storyful

Severe Thunderstorms Hit Sydney4s

Severe Thunderstorms Hit Sydney

Residents in Sydney were advised to stay indoors and secure loose items around their homes on December 13 as a severe thunderstorm warning was issued with heavy rainfall, damaging winds and large hailstones expected. The Bureau of Meteorology said thunderstorms hit several parts of the city, including Sydney Harbour Bridge and Bondi Beach, at around 8.15 pm. Thousands of homes were without power, the Sydney Morning Herald said. Credit: audpodge_ via Storyful

Red Dust Storm Swamps Broken Hill in New South Wales31s

Red Dust Storm Swamps Broken Hill in New South Wales

A red dust storm swept across the region of Broken Hill in New South Wales on December 13. In this video, shared by Heidi Blore, thick red dust blankets terrain some 45 kilometers (27 miles) northwest of Broken Hill, dramatically reducing visibility. Other uploads showed the storm sweeping through the town, turning the sky orange. The event followed an early morning alert from the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) New South Wales, warning residents in the central-western region of the state to brace for severe storms. At about 5:47 pm, BoM issued a warning for “Destructive Winds, Giant Hail, and Heavy Rainfall for central and eastern parts of NSW”. Credit: @heidi_blore via Storyful

Flash Flooding in Wangaratta After Heavy Rainfall39s

Flash Flooding in Wangaratta After Heavy Rainfall

Flash flooding hit Wangaratta, Victoria, on Thursday, December 13, after heavy rainfall lashed the state. The Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) recorded 60 mm of rain in Wangaratta in the 26 hours leading up to 11 am Thursday. A massive 161 mm fell in Bloomfield Park and Melbourne recorded 20 mm. The flooding caused the closure of the Hume Freeway between Barnawartha and Wangaratta; other footage on Facebook showed numerous vehicles in floodwaters on the freeway. Credit: Susan Benedyka via Storyful

Man Tries to Share the Word of God With Uninterested Gulls55s

Man Tries to Share the Word of God With Uninterested Gulls

Mark Lonergan took some time out on a Sunday by the River Lee in Cork, Ireland, where he tried to tell some black-headed gulls about “our Lord and savior, Jesus.” His proselytizing makes little impression on the gulls, however, each of which makes a swift exit. Credit: slightfatigue via Storyful

High-Speed Train Crash at Ankara Station Leaves Multiple Fatalities3m27s

High-Speed Train Crash at Ankara Station Leaves Multiple Fatalities

At least nine people were killed and dozens more injured after a high-speed train crashed in Ankara, Turkey, on Thursday, December 13. The crash, at Marsandiz train station, injured at least 43 people, CNN Turkey reported. This video was filmed by Emrah Erbil, who lives near the station. Credit: Emrah Erbil via Storyful

Hume Freeway Floods After Heavy Rains Hit Victoria2m19s

Hume Freeway Floods After Heavy Rains Hit Victoria

The Hume Highway heading towards Melbourne, Victoria, flooded on Thursday, November 13, after heavy rain lashed the state. This footage, captured on the road to Melbourne, shows cars and trucks partially submerged in floodwaters. VicTraffic tweeted that the Hume Freeway was closed in both directions between Barnawartha and Wangaratta and advised drivers not to drive through the waters. The Bureau of Meteorology recorded 60mm of rain in Wangaratta. Credit: Caroline Boase via Storyful

Man Quits His Walmart Job With Rant Over the Store's PA System57s

Man Quits His Walmart Job With Rant Over the Store's PA System

A man in Grande Prairie, Canada, quit his job in the most legendary fashion when he announced his departure over the store’s speaker system on December 6. Jackson Racicot shared a video of his rant on Facebook in which he is seen alerting the store how badly he has been treated by management. “How I quit my job today. Like, must watch. I also ran out a fire door. Y’all should share this around lol,” he posted. Racicot claims his benefits were that of a part time employee despite doing full time work and his manager called him “a waste of time.” When Racicot finished giving his notice, cheers could be heard in the store. As of writing, the post has over 1,500 shares and over 140,000 views on Facebook. Credit: Jackson Racicot via Storyful

Rapper Post Malone Feeling Like a Rockstar at Metallica Concert in Fresno31s

Rapper Post Malone Feeling Like a Rockstar at Metallica Concert in Fresno

Fans of heavy metal band Metallica got a surprise when rapper Post Malone was spotted at their concert on December 9 in Fresno, California. Vanessa Arredondo shared video of the rapper waving and taking a photo with her daughter at the concert at the Save Mart Center in Fresno. “You might be cool … but you will never be I went to see Metallica and ended up meeting Post Malone cool like my baby girl,” she posted. Credit: Vanessa Arredondo via Storyful

Rare Lakenvelder Cow Born in Keaau, Hawaii3m44s

Rare Lakenvelder Cow Born in Keaau, Hawaii

Hawaii resident Jonathan Wright captured video of a rare Lakenvelder cow-calf that was born in Keaau, Hawaii. The video was shot on December 9, the day after the calf was born, according to reports. Wright told Storyful he suspected one of his four female cows was pregnant shortly after the cows arrived in their new home in Hawaii after traveling from Utah. He guessed the cow was in the early stages of pregnancy and was surprised when the calf was born sooner than expected. The dairy cows we will be moving to a newly purchased 9-acre farm. Credit: TheCodesearcher via Storyful

Protesters Rally Outside Hungary's Parliament Over "Slave Law"53s

Protesters Rally Outside Hungary's Parliament Over "Slave Law"

Protesters rallied in front of Hungary’s Parliament building in Budapest on December 12, to voice their opposition to Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s plan to overhaul the country’s labor laws and courts. On Wednesday, Hungarian Parliament passed legislation that called for the creation of a new court system with judges appointed by the justice minister who would rule over elections and corruption cases, the New York Times reported. Hungary’s parliament also approved an amendment to labor laws, which has been dubbed the “slave law” by labor groups and opposition politician, amid chaotic scenes in the chamber. The amendment rises the maximum overtime employees can work to 400 hours a year, or one extra day a week, the Times reported. This video shows police guarding the entrance to Parliament as a large group of protesters rallied in front of the building. Police are seen spraying a substance at the group, uploader Todor Gardos told Storyful tear gas was used against the protesters. Credit: Todor Gardos via Storyful

Protesters Rally Against Viktor Orban's Court and Labor Law Overhaul45s

Protesters Rally Against Viktor Orban's Court and Labor Law Overhaul

Protesters rallied in front of Hungary’s Parliament building in Budapest on December 12, to voice their opposition to Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s plan to overhaul the country’s labor laws and courts. On Wednesday, Hungarian Parliament passed legislation that called for the creation of a new court system with judges appointed by the justice minister who would rule over elections and corruption cases, the New York Times reported. Hungary’s parliament also approved an amendment to labor laws, which has been dubbed the “slave law” by labor groups and opposition politician, amid chaotic scenes in the chamber. The amendment rises the maximum overtime employees can work to 400 hours a year, or one extra day a week, the Times reported. This video shows protesters gathered at the entrance to the Parliament building. Credit: Kendernay Janos via Storyful

Protesters Occupy Michigan State Capitol in Demonstration Against Lame-Duck Power Grab54s

Protesters Occupy Michigan State Capitol in Demonstration Against Lame-Duck Power Grab

Demonstrators chanted and sang as they occupied the rotunda at the Michigan State Capitol Building in Lansing on Wednesday, December 12, in a protest a raft of legislation aimed at limiting the power of incoming lawmakers. Activists gathered to urge Michigan Governor Rick Snyder to veto a series of proposals that would give the state legislature greater power over lawsuits brought by the state’s newly elected Democratic attorney general and amend recent laws increasing the minimum wage, according to the Washington Post. Republicans in Wisconsin have proposed similar bills in their lame-duck session after both states elected Democratic governors in November. Some see these bills as power grabs by outgoing Republicans, while others have argued they are a form a “traditional gamesmanship.” Footage from the Capitol on Wednesday shows protesters chanting in the center of the Capitol and outside the governor’s office. Credit: Zack Smith – For Our Future via Storyful