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Cincinnati Zoo Workers Rescue and Rehouse 50,000 Bees Found in Garage4m04s

Cincinnati Zoo Workers Rescue and Rehouse 50,000 Bees Found in Garage

Employees at Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens helped rescue and rehouse over 50,000 honey bees thought to have been colonizing in a garage in Avondale, Ohio, for around 25 years. A clip shared to the organization’s Facebook page shows zoo workers safely removing the colony with a suction device, alongside honeycomb and brood. The brood is the eggs, larvae and pupae of honeybees. According to the clip, the bees will be used for observation, education, and exhibition for zoo visitors. The bees will join the zoo’s existing bee colonies, both at the zoo itself and at a nearby 650-acre farm in Turtlecreek Township. The clip had earned over 38,000 views at the time of writing. Credit: Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden via Storyful

Residents of Resort Town of Sevan Join Protests Against Armenian Government1m58s

Residents of Resort Town of Sevan Join Protests Against Armenian Government

As protests against Armenian Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan entered their 11th day on Monday, April 23, residents of the resort town of Sevan took to the streets to demonstrate. The protests had largely been centered on the capital Yerevan. Sargsyan, who served as president from 2008 to early 2018, was elected as prime minister by parliament on April 17. Critics have said the election was anti-democratic and have branded it a power grab. In 2015, Armenia held a constitutional referendum that lessened the power of the president and gave greater power to the parliament. This video shows protesters marching in Sevan. Credit: ArmenianWriter via Storyful

Crash Causes Gas Tanker Fire in Mobile, Alabama57s

Crash Causes Gas Tanker Fire in Mobile, Alabama

An 18-wheel tanker caught fire and exploded after a collision with what local news said was a jeep on Sunday, April 22, in Mobile, Alabama. Mobile Fire-Rescue said the driver of the tanker told them it was filled with gasoline. “For the safety of the public, teams of fire personnel evacuated civilians from homes and businesses in the immediate vicinity of the burning truck,” a statement from Mobile Fire-Rescue, cited by WKRG, read. No injuries were reported. Credit: Jayson R Gilger via Storyful

Men in Military Uniforms Join Armenian Anti-Government Protests1m39s

Men in Military Uniforms Join Armenian Anti-Government Protests

A number of men in military uniforms joined protesters in Yerevan on Monday, April 23, amid ongoing protests against Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan. Sargsyan, who served as president from 2008 to early 2018, was elected as prime minister by parliament on April 17. Critics have said the election was anti-democratic and have branded it a power grab. According to 168.am, a spokesperson for the defense ministry did not know the identities of the men in uniform, and was seeking to clarify. Hetq.am described the men as soldiers. Credit: RFE/RL via Storyful

Crews Work Through Night to Douse Big Pine Key Brush Fire1m13s

Crews Work Through Night to Douse Big Pine Key Brush Fire

Fire crews were still working on hot spots of a brush fire in Big Pine Key, Florida, in the early hours of Monday, April 23, the local sheriff’s office said, but no evacuations had been ordered. Power was cut for a period for almost 2,000 customers. One person on Facebook reported that transformers were “blowing up because of the fire”. However, Keys Energy said that most people affected had their power back by 10 pm local time. One home was reported by the Munroe County News to have been destroyed. There were no injuries reported; however, people were urged to avoid certain areas. Credit: Freehold Real Estate Solutions via Storyful

'Travis, Drive!' Tornado Moves in Close to Family's Car40s

'Travis, Drive!' Tornado Moves in Close to Family's Car

A tornado hit Galliano, Louisiana, on April 22 as a storm system affected several southern states. Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s office said there were no injuries although dozens of homes were damaged. A number of tornados hit parts of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, with one person confirmed killed. This video, recorded from a moving car, shows a possible tornado in Galliano. Credit: Kelly Moore via Storyful

Woman Arrested at Alabama Waffle House in Plastic Cutlery Dispute1m35s

Woman Arrested at Alabama Waffle House in Plastic Cutlery Dispute

Police officers in Saraland, Alabama, faced accusations they used excessive force to arrest a black woman at a Waffle House in the early hours of Sunday, April 22, during a dispute over plastic cutlery. This video of Chikesia Clemons’s arrest was captured by her friend Canita Adams. It shows the moment officers detained Clemons and pushed her to the floor. At one point during the arrest, Clemons can be heard asking the officers “What are you doing?” to which an officer responds, “I’ll break your arm, that’s what I’m about to do.” The dramatic arrest happened at the Waffle House on Industrial Parkway in Saraland, according to AL.com. Police were called after Clemons insisted she should not have to pay a 50 cent charge for plastic cutlery, as she had not previously been charged for cutlery the night before at the same restaurant. A sit-in protest was held at the restaurant on Sunday afternoon, AL.com said. Clemons faces charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, the report said. A police spokesman told the news site it was investigating the arrest and the accompanying social media video. Credit: Canita Adams via Storyful

Refugee Protest Camp on Lesbos Comes Under Attack24s

Refugee Protest Camp on Lesbos Comes Under Attack

A group of refugees who have camped in a square in Mytilini, on the Greek island of Lesbos, for five days to demand better conditions at the Moria refugee camp came under attack on Sunday night, April 22. Police were called to Mytilini’s Sappho Square after the violence erupted at about 8 pm local time, CNN Greece reported. This video was captured by Mytilini resident Emmanuel Chatzichalkias. It shows the moment explosions were heard as fires burned near Sappho Square. Greece’s stated-owned Athens-Macedonian News Agency reported refugees had marched on Mytilini on April 18 to protest over delays in processing asylum applications and false rumors that an Afghan refugee had died due to the conditions in the Moria camp. The makeshift camp is home to 5,500 refugees, close to double its 2,500 capacity, according a recent report from the New York Times. Credit: Emmanuel Chatzichalkias via Storyful

Drone Captures Turtle-Eating Crocodile Lurking Near Kids at Queensland Beach1m35s

Drone Captures Turtle-Eating Crocodile Lurking Near Kids at Queensland Beach

A man who warned two children swimming at a Queensland beach of a nearby crocodile used a drone to film the three-meter reptile snacking on a live turtle on April 21. In an interview with the Cairns Post, Luke Flaherty said he was driving along the coast at Bingil Bay on Saturday afternoon when he spotted something resembling a log off the coast of Mission Beach. It turned out to be a crocodile lurking near a small beach where at least two children, aged 10 and 12, were swimming. Flaherty said he warned the children to leave the water and used a drone to film the crocodile, which had snagged a turtle. The video shows the turtle flailing in the crocodile’s jaws. Credit: Luke Flaherty via Storyful

Right Wing Activists Attack Refugee Protest Camp on Lesbos1m02s

Right Wing Activists Attack Refugee Protest Camp on Lesbos

A group of right wing activists on Sunday evening attacked a group of refugee who have camped in Sappho Square, Lesbos. for five consecutive days to demand better conditions at the island’s Moria refugee camp. Police were called to the square in Lesbos’ capital Mytilini after the violence erupted at about 8 pm local time, CNN Greece reported. This video was captured by Norwegian Lina Thingstad, a volunteer with NGO Docmobile. It shows the moment flares and fireworks were ignited near the refugee demonstration in Sappho Square. Thingstad told Storyful that a lot of demonstrators, many of whom are from Afghanistan, were “injured by stones and flares.” “Many people went to hospital, and a lot of volunteer medics were working on the spot,” she said. “The refugees did not at any point use aggression or violence.” Greece’s stated-owned Athens-Macedonian News Agency reported refugees had marched on Mytilini on April 18 to protest over delays in processing asylum applications and false rumors that an Afghan refugee had died due to the conditions in the Moria. The makeshift Moria camp is home to 5,500 refugees, close to double its 2,500 capacity, according a recent report from the New York Times Credit: Lisa Thingstad via Storyful

Spring Has Sprung With Adorable Goat Kids2m04s

Spring Has Sprung With Adorable Goat Kids

With the new arrival of adorable goat kids, spring has definitely sprung at the Sunflower Farm in Cumberland, Maine. The kids were only two days old when it finally stopped raining and they were able to explore the farm. While jumping and leaping around they couldn’t have looked more content in their new surroundings. Credit: Sunflower Farm Creamery via Storyful

Young Music Producer Creates Remix of 'How to Eat Your Greens'36s

Young Music Producer Creates Remix of 'How to Eat Your Greens'

Ethan Gray from Scotland put together a funny remix of cooking preparation sounds while in his Kitchen in Australia. The remix features everything, from putting his ‘spring greens’ into a bowl, to the sound of the microwave dig after cooking them. Clearly Ethan enjoys playing with his food. Credit: ABSINTH3 via Storyful

Tornado Blows Debris Through Sonic Drive-Thru in Galliano, Louisiana16s

Tornado Blows Debris Through Sonic Drive-Thru in Galliano, Louisiana

A tornado was captured blowing debris through Galliano, Louisiana, on the security camera at the Lafourche Parish town’s Sonic Drive-In on Sunday, April 22. WAFB reported that the National Weather Service had confirmed that an EF1 tornado had touched down in the town damaging homes, businesses and downing power poles. The video from Sonic Drive-In shows the tornado and the damage in the parking lot after the storm past. Credit: Sonic Drive-In Galliano via Storyful

Dark Clouds Loom Over Fort Walton During Tornado Warning32s

Dark Clouds Loom Over Fort Walton During Tornado Warning

High winds blustered and dark clouds gathered over Fort Walton Beach, Florida, on April 22 as the National Weather Service alerted a tornado warning for the area. Uploader Sean McSheehy said he could hear transformers popping nearby and over a loudspeaker a Kmart store staff person urged people to get indoors. Ian Freeman of APEX Disaster Specialists offered to help locals board up windows and hang tarps free of charge. Credit: Sean McSheehy via Storyful

Water Spout Funnel Spins Over Fort Walton36s

Water Spout Funnel Spins Over Fort Walton

A large waterspout swirled over Fort Walton Beach, Florida, in the strip of water between Okaloosa Island and the mainland on April 22 as the National Weather Service alerted tornado warnings for the area. Credit: @fwbabcom via Storyful

Nashville Police Search Waffle House Shooting Suspect's Apartment4m47s

Nashville Police Search Waffle House Shooting Suspect's Apartment

Nashville police searched an Antioch, Tennessee, apartment for Travis Reinking, the 29-year-old man suspected of opening fire at a nearby Waffle House early Sunday morning, April 22, killing four people. SWAT members and the bomb unit were on hand at the Discovery at Mountain View apartment complex, but Reinking was not found. This video shows police surrounding the apartment and at the end, SWAT members reboarding an armored personnel carrier to leave. Credit: BTSE 365 Podcast @Biggz_House via Storyful

Number of Deaths in Kabul Suicide Bombing Rises; Second Bombing Leaves 6 Dead2m15s

Number of Deaths in Kabul Suicide Bombing Rises; Second Bombing Leaves 6 Dead

An Islamic State suicide bomber killed at least 63, including women and children, and wounded 119 outside a voter registration center in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul, on Sunday, April 22, India’s Business Standard and other sources reported. Estimates of the number of people killed in the bombing, also acknowledged on Sunday by Islamic State’s propaganda arm, Amaq News, rose steadily through the day. Reports said the bombing was the latest attack on preparations for Afghanistan’s elections on October 20. “It happened at the entrance gate of the centre. It was a suicide attack,” Dawood Amin, Kabul police chief, told Agence France Presse. A second attack on Sunday in the northern province of Baghlan left six people dead, including three women and two children, in a roadside explosion. Credit: Azadi Radio

Katie Price Perseveres Through London Marathon in Massive Lung Costume31s

Katie Price Perseveres Through London Marathon in Massive Lung Costume

English TV personality Katie Price took part in the London Marathon on April 22 dressed in an elaborate lung-themed costume. According to reports, Price ran the marathon in honour of her mother who was diagnosed with a terminal lung illness. Video posted on social media shows Price pushing through at around the eight mile mark, despite reportedly not doing any training. The marathon was also deemed the hottest on record with temperatures of 23.2 degrees Celcius recorded. At the time of writing, Price had raised over £1,100 out of a £2,000 fundraising goal for the British Lung Foundation. Credit: Lucy Christmas via Storyful

Nashville Police Search for Waffle House Shooting Suspect48s

Nashville Police Search for Waffle House Shooting Suspect

A gunman opened fire at a Nashville area Waffle House early Sunday morning, April 22, killing four people and wounding four others. Police were combing the area looking for the suspect, identified as Travis Reinking, 29. The shooting began outside the restaurant at about 3:30am, and continued inside. A bystander wrestled the gun away from the shooter before he fled the scene. Credit: Jeremy Searcy via Storyful

Orcas Spotted in Scotland's River Clyde1m18s

Orcas Spotted in Scotland's River Clyde

Several orcas were spotted swimming in Scotland’s River Clyde on April 21. Reports said the orcas appeared in the waters between Dunoon and Gourock at around 12.30pm. Some people who witnessed the orcas described the incident as a once in a lifetime experience and the best ferry journey ever. This video shows two orcas visible from the water. Credit: Maureen Campbell via Storyful

Suicide Blast Kills Dozens at Kabul Voter Registration Centre1m02s

Suicide Blast Kills Dozens at Kabul Voter Registration Centre

A suicide bomb killed 31 and injured over 50 outside a voter registration centre in Kabul on April 22. According to Reuters, the so-called Islamic State claimed responsibility for the blast through its AMAQ news agency. Long-delayed parliamentary elections are due to be held in October in many areas of the country under Taliban control and attacks targeting voter registration centres have increased in recent times. This video shows the aftermath of the blast, including the blood-soaked belongings of the victims, many of which were believed to be women and children. Following the blast, gunfire and protests erupted in the city, and a further explosion was reported at another voter registration centre in the Baghlan region of the country. Credit: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty via Storyful

Politicians Arrested Over Anti-Government Protests in Armenia49s

Politicians Arrested Over Anti-Government Protests in Armenia

Several politicians leading anti-government protests in Armenia were arrested on April 22 amid ongoing unrest over the country’s new prime minister. The leader of the protests, Nikol Pashinian, was detained in Yerevan after talks between him and Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan failed. April 22 marked the tenth day of protests following Sargsyan’s appointment. Protesters deemed the election anti-democratic. This video shows several men being tackled by police including politician Sasun Mikayelyan (at 0.26.) Credit: RFE/RL’s Armenian service (Azatutyun TV) via Storyful

Aurora Australis Illuminates Southern Skies Above53s

Aurora Australis Illuminates Southern Skies Above

From Australia to New Zealand, photographers across Australasia braved cold weather to capture the dazzling southern lights as they illuminated the night skies on April 20. The Aurora Australis unfolded on Friday night and injected the sky with vibrant pinks and yellows. The aurora is a result of solar winds colliding with atoms in the upper atmosphere, according to NASA. The colourful display also lit up parts of south Victoria, where Philip Dubbin captured this timelapse. Credit: Philip Dubbin via Storyful

Storm Rolls Over South West Cape, Thousands of Homes Without Power33s

Storm Rolls Over South West Cape, Thousands of Homes Without Power

Thousands of homes in West Australia were without power after a fierce storm rolled through the state’s southwest on April 21, bringing lightning and rain. The storm, which continued well into the early morning, dumped up to 40 millimetres of rain overnight and left over 5,000 homes in Mandurah, Bunbury, and Australind without electricity, WA Today reported. A timelapse filmed from Point Peron, south of Perth, shows the ominous storm clouds rolling over Garden Island. Credit: Christopher Szumlanksi via Storyful

Drone Footage Shows Ice Breakup Along Caribou's Aroostook River1m01s

Drone Footage Shows Ice Breakup Along Caribou's Aroostook River

A layer of ice on the Aroostook River in Caribou, Maine broke away and floated downstream on April 21, prompting flood warnings for the northeastern town of Washburn. The National Weather Service issued the warning on Saturday. This drone footage, filmed by eyewitness Paul Wolfe, shows a view of the ice jam from above. Credit: Paul Wolfe via Storyful