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Cool Customer: Dog Enjoys Bounding Through Snow in Switzerland1m14s

Cool Customer: Dog Enjoys Bounding Through Snow in Switzerland

A red alert issued for severe weather in parts of Switzerland, Austria and Germany didn’t stop some dogs having fun in the snow in Davos on January 13. A Facebook page dedicated to the dog Siros and his “crazy world” shared photos and videos of him and his pal as they bounded through mounds of snow, seemingly loving the cold, icy weather. In one video shared, Siros’s owner had to help him escape a large pile of snow which threatened to engulf him. Credit: Siros verrückte Welt via Storyful

Shirtless Pitch Invader Goes for Goal During Wellington Phoenix A-League Game33s

Shirtless Pitch Invader Goes for Goal During Wellington Phoenix A-League Game

A shirtless pitch invader took a shot at goal at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand, during Wellington Phoenix’s A-League match against the Central Coast Mariners on Saturday, January 12. Footage posted on Twitter by Phoenix fan Naziah Ali Krishna shows the shirtless fan running onto the field as he attempts to score a goal, before being quickly chased away by stewards – much to the amusement of the 10,000-strong crowd. The home side didn’t much attacking help, as it turned out, winning 3-2, to bring their unbeaten A-League run to eight games. Credit: Naziah Ali Krishna via Storyful

Woman Walks Between Walls of Snow as Deluge Leaves Austrian Villages Cut Off38s

Woman Walks Between Walls of Snow as Deluge Leaves Austrian Villages Cut Off

Heavy snowfall prevented access to a number of Alpine villages in Austria on January 13, with about 17,000 people in the Salzburg region alone still cut off on January 14, Deutsche Welle reported. This footage, posted on January 13, shows a woman flanked by high walls of snow as she walks through Zurs, one of the Austrian ski resorts that was cut off due to impassable roads. Credit: Lech Zurs Tourismus by Markus Hahn via Storyful

Baby Girl Can't Hide Her Happiness at Hearing Sister's Voice Clearly for First Time2m12s

Baby Girl Can't Hide Her Happiness at Hearing Sister's Voice Clearly for First Time

When little Scarlet was born three months early, she developed an intestinal problem, the antibiotic treatment for which impaired her hearing, mom Carol Benjamin wrote on Facebook. She’d thought Scarlet’s hearing was nonetheless pretty good, but the baby’s reaction when she was fitted with hearing aids showed it was anything but. The adorable Scarlet just couldn’t contain her happiness when big sister Halie spoke to her for the first time after the fitting at Atlanta Hearing Associates in Milledgeville. Scarlet’s spontaneous laughter is a joy to behold. It was “one of the absolute best days of our lives,” Benjamin said. Credit: Carol Benjamin via Storyful

New Migrant Caravan Departs for United States From Honduras17s

New Migrant Caravan Departs for United States From Honduras

A new migrant caravan departed from the central bus station in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, on the evening of Monday, January 14. El Periodico reported at least 500 migrants departed on Monday evening, ahead of the scheduled departure time of 5 am Tuesday. The group set off in the rain from the same location as a previous caravan of 2,000 in October 2018, according to reports. CNN reported the previous caravan reached up to 7,000 people at its peak. A week prior to the new caravan’s departure, Donald Trump told reporters there was another major caravan forming and his administration were trying to “break it up,” CNN reported. Credit: Jeff Ernst via Storyful

Hondurans Depart San Pedro Sula in New Migrant Caravan to United States39s

Hondurans Depart San Pedro Sula in New Migrant Caravan to United States

A new migrant caravan departed from the central bus station in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, on the evening of Monday, January 14. El Periodico reported at least 500 migrants departed on Monday evening, ahead of the scheduled departure time of 5 am Tuesday. They reported the group set off, in the rain, from the same location a previous caravan departed from on October 13, 2018, in search of better living conditions. According to CNN, as this group travelled through Central America toward the US it was estimated to reach 7,000 people at its peak. A week earlier, Donald Trump had told reporters there was another major caravan forming and his administration were trying to “break it up,” CNN reported. Credit: Sarah Kinosian via Storyful

SUV Slides Across Highway and Topples Truck in Illinois1m07s

SUV Slides Across Highway and Topples Truck in Illinois

An SUV appeared to spin out of control on I-90W near the Barrington Road exit in Illinois on January 11, causing a truck to flip over, after the two collided. Taylor Barth was driving by and recorded the incident on his cell phone as the accident unfolded in front of him. At the time of writing there were no written reports of the incident but Storyful spoke to a local police department and they confirmed that there were no deaths involved. Credit: Taylor Barth via Storyful

Striking Los Angeles Teachers Chant 'Privatizers Take a Hike, Education is a Right'33s

Striking Los Angeles Teachers Chant 'Privatizers Take a Hike, Education is a Right'

Educators in Los Angeles went on strike on January 14, undaunted by rainy weather as they demanded smaller class sizes, more staff members in schools and higher pay. This footage shows protesters holding picketing signs and chanting “Privatizers take a hike, education is a right,” outside Sunland Elementary School. According to a report from Los Angeles Times, negotiations between the Los Angeles Unified School District and the local teachers union collapsed after 20 months of bargaining on Friday, January 11, necessitating the strike. Schools are still open, but numbers showing how many students actually attended class were not immediately available. Credit: uhfriend via Storyful

Los Angeles School Supply Store Laminates Teachers' Strike Signs for Free43s

Los Angeles School Supply Store Laminates Teachers' Strike Signs for Free

An educational supply store in Los Angeles, California, offered to laminate signs for teachers to protect them from rain on January 13, ahead of the planned strike on January 14. Teachers and their supporters around the Los Angeles area protested outside schools on January 14, demanding smaller class sizes, smaller teacher-to-student ratio, and more funding. Credit: Pilar Schiavo via Storyful

This Girl Was Not Interested in Getting to Know Curious Animal at England Zoo33s

This Girl Was Not Interested in Getting to Know Curious Animal at England Zoo

A girl in Bewdley, England got quite a shock when she went to feed an animal at the West Midland Safari Park. Phil Beastall shared a video on Twitter of his daughter, holding her hand out to feed an animal at the park from their car. She gets an unexpected surprise when the animal sticks his whole head in the car. She ends up screaming and then pushes the poor animal’s head out of the car. “So that’s why they say only wind your window down halfway at the safari park! 🙈😝😂” he tweeted. Credit: Phil Beastall via Storyful

5-Year-Old Who Won Over The Internet With His Dance Moves, Celebrates His Last Day of Cancer Treatment45s

5-Year-Old Who Won Over The Internet With His Dance Moves, Celebrates His Last Day of Cancer Treatment

A boy in Seattle, Washington is celebrating his last cancer treatment with the dance moves that made the Internet fall in love with him. Leni Lutui shared video on Twitter of her five-year-old son, Solomon, dancing to Billie Jean by Michael Jackson at Seattle Children’s Hospital in celebration of his last cancer treatment. The boy is seen singing along to the music and showing off some of the singer’s legendary dance moves. He is even wearing a silver glove, an iconic fashion staple for Jackson. “Last night of treatment and this kid killed it! Oh he’s bad, #MichaelJackson BAD,” Lutui tweeted. Solomon went viral after his mother shared his dance moves emulating Jackson. He has since been visited by singer Ciara, who sang to him in his hospital bed. Credit: Leni Lutui via Storyful

Father and Son March Through Rain As Teacher's Strike Kicks Off1m21s

Father and Son March Through Rain As Teacher's Strike Kicks Off

Educators in Los Angeles went on strike on January 14, undaunted by rainy weather as they demanded smaller class sizes, more staff members in schools, and higher pay. This footage, filmed by Charlie Capen and uploaded to Twitter, shows a glimpse of father and son walking alongside other marchers through the rain in support of the teachers. According to a report from Los Angeles Times, negotiations between the Los Angeles Unified School District and the local teachers union collapsed after 20 months of bargaining on Friday, January 11, necessitating the strike. Schools are still open, but numbers showing how many students actually attended class were not immediately available. Credit: Charlie Capen via Storyful

California's 'Grapevine' Highway Closed Due to Snow, Extreme Winds43s

California's 'Grapevine' Highway Closed Due to Snow, Extreme Winds

The California Highway Patrol closed “the Grapevine,” or Interstate 5 in California, in both directions on January 14 due to extreme conditions caused by heavy snowfall and high winds. Caltrans District 7 warned motorists to avoid the area, saying, “If you must travel, motorists should take first-aid kits, blankets, flash lights, snacks and water.” CHP reported “multiple overturned big rigs” due to wind. Credit: Jeannine LC via Storyful

Man Wielding Machete Tasered on London Train Platform1m28s

Man Wielding Machete Tasered on London Train Platform

A man wielding a machete on the Tulse Hill station platform in London was tasered and detained by Metropolitan Police on Monday, January 14. In this harrowing video taken from a nearby train, the suspect can be seen waving the large blade as he walked across the platform. Police, responding to a report of a man in possession of a knife, deployed a taser, sending the man to the ground and allowing officers to rush in. At least five helped hold the 59 year-old man as he was taken into custody. In a statement, British Transport Police confirmed the man was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder. No injuries have been reported in the incident. Credit: Xara Pandora via Storyful

What’s New Pussycat? Artist Sketches Russia's The Church of the Savior through VR Headset59s

What’s New Pussycat? Artist Sketches Russia's The Church of the Savior through VR Headset

Elizabeth Edwards does not need to leave the comfort of her Montréal home or the company of her cat Echo to pursue her art. The artist used an Oculus Rift virtual reality headset to view a Google Street View of The Church of the Savior on Blood in Saint Petersburg, Russia, while she drew it in her sketchbook. In describing her unconventional method of creating, Edwards said, “The webcam is mounted below my neck and the webcam feed in VR is quite small, so I was seeing my hands from a very different perspective and half the size. The disconnect made it feel almost like the hands I could see weren’t actually my own, and I was controlling them like they’re video game hands.” “All of this made it difficult to sketch with any accuracy, but it was a fun challenge. I don’t feel like the end result is the point of this process anyway – it’s all about the experience. Feeling rooted to something physical via pen on paper but being immersed in some location the other side of the world is magical,” she added. Credit: Elizabeth Edwards via Storyful

This Girl May Be the Most Heartbroken Eagles Fan of All53s

This Girl May Be the Most Heartbroken Eagles Fan of All

Hopes of a second Super Bowl for the Philadelphia Eagles were dashed on January 13 when they lost to the New Orleans Saints, leaving one young fan especially devastated. Jennifer Innamorato shared a video of her daughter, Gia, sobbing over the team’s 20-14 loss to the Saints in the NFC Divisional Round. “@Eagles my daughter was cheering for you,” she tweeted. The girl is seen, through tears, saying, “I didn’t want the Eagles to lose.” Credit: Jennifer Innamorato via Storyful

Crabby Crab Lets Diver Know Who's Boss in Waters Off Victoria41s

Crabby Crab Lets Diver Know Who's Boss in Waters Off Victoria

Jules Casey was diving under Blairgowrie Pier, in Victoria, Australia, on January 12 when she spotted a group of spider crabs. One of the more crabby of them attempted to claw her camera, as seen in this video. Casey told Storyful that it was unusual to see such a large number of spider crabs at this time of year, as they usually migrate in huge numbers during the winter. Credit: onebreathdiver via Storyful

Never Felled Better: Tree 'Resurrected' After Being Cut Down31s

Never Felled Better: Tree 'Resurrected' After Being Cut Down

Farmer Sam Tourle was working felling trees with a friend of his near Nyngan, New South Wales, when he decided to record the last moments of a dead gum tree. Then, since he had “time to kill,” Tourle decided to reverse the video before posting it on Instagram, where the tree can be seen rising from ground. All together now: “Rebmit!” Credit: Sam Tourle via Storyful

Bear Cubs Rescued From Illegal Wildlife Trade in Vietnam56s

Bear Cubs Rescued From Illegal Wildlife Trade in Vietnam

Two female Asiatic black bears cubs have been rescued in Haiphong, Vietnam, by Four Paws International, after wildlife smugglers planned to sell them. The cubs, estimated to be only a few weeks old, were confiscated by Four Paws International on January 9 with the help of the local police force, and brought to the wildlife organization’s sanctuary in Ninh Binh. The cubs weighed 900 grams at the time of their rescue, and were fed special milk full of vitamins and probiotics to help them thrive in the absence of their mother. Credit: Four Paws International via Storyful

Cargo Plane Crashes at Airport Near Tehran, Killing 1546s

Cargo Plane Crashes at Airport Near Tehran, Killing 15

The Iranian army said 15 people were killed when a military cargo plane crashed about 15 kilometers west of Tehran on January 14. The plane was flying from Kyrgyzstan to Payam Airport but attempted in error to land at the nearby Fath airport, Iranian state-owned news reported. It overshot the runway on landing. The Iranian military said on their website that the plane was being used by the Iranian Air Force to transport meat. Bodies of 15 of the 16 personnel on the plane were recovered, Iranian news sources said. A flight engineer survived and was taken to hospital. Credit: CAN News via Storyful

‘I Missed You!’: Marine Makes Surprise Visit Home for Holidays1m36s

‘I Missed You!’: Marine Makes Surprise Visit Home for Holidays

Maria and Hector Castillo thought all they were going to see at Christmas of their beloved grandson Hector Quiroga, a Marine who they’d raised since he was three days old, was a video greeting. But Hector had other ideas. As the video from Hector, who was stationed in Hawaii, played to a disappointed Maria and Hector Castillo, Hector himself sneaked down the stairs to deliver the best holiday surprise possible. Credit: Hector Quiroga via Storyful

#ShutDownZimbabwe Protesters March in Bulawayo Against Fuel Price Hikes45s

#ShutDownZimbabwe Protesters March in Bulawayo Against Fuel Price Hikes

Hundreds of demonstrators marched through the streets of Bulawayo, in Zimbabwe, on Monday, January 14, in a show of anger against a steep fuel price hike implemented by President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Saturday. The protests, organized under the hashtag #ShutDownZimbabwe, were also held in other areas across the country, including the capital, Harare. The Financial Times reported that the price hikes had made Zimbabwe the “world’s most expensive place to fill up.” Credit: @waison_innocent via Storyful

Hilarious Dog Has Unusual Way of Occupying Herself38s

Hilarious Dog Has Unusual Way of Occupying Herself

Doberman pinscher Bird has an odd habit. The lively pooch lives with owner Riza in Jarretsville, Maryland. When she thinks Riza isn’t looking, Bird chases her rear legs and ends up tossing her leg over her head to bite her foot. Riza told Storyful that “as she’s gotten older, she’s become more adept at holding this position for longer periods”. Credit: Riza Wisnom via Storyful

Mass Snowball Fight Breaks Out in National Mall, DC34s

Mass Snowball Fight Breaks Out in National Mall, DC

A mass snowball fight broke out in the National Mall in Washington, DC, on Sunday, January 13. Washington endured its first snowstorm of the year over the weekend and was hit with more snow than it had received since the January 2016 blizzard, according to Washington Post. The US Office of Personal Management tweeted that federal offices in the DC area would be closed on Monday due to weather conditions. Metrobus tweeted their services were suspended on Sunday due to hazardous road conditions. Some schools and universities would close Monday, according to Washington Post. In this footage, a large group can be seen enjoying a mass snowball fight right beside the Washington Monument. Credit: Guneev Sharma via Storyful