Guy Opens Beer Bottle With Random Household Items

This guy took the challenge of opening a beer bottle with any household item. His friend's challenged him with random items and he followed through with all. 

  • Play 'fake news tycoon' to combat misinformation
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    Play 'fake news tycoon' to combat misinformation

    Trolling, impersonating, demonising: these are just some of the behaviours encouraged in a new online game launching Tuesday in which young players become "fake news tycoons" -- to counter growing misinformation.

  • Haiti vows abuse review of all charities after Oxfam 'hid crimes'
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    Haiti vows abuse review of all charities after Oxfam 'hid crimes'

    PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Oxfam hid information about sexual misconduct from authorities in Haiti, a senior official in the Caribbean nation said on Monday, and he vowed to launch a wide-reaching investigation into charities operating there. Oxfam officials met Haiti's planning and external cooperation minister, Aviol Fleurant, in Port-au-Prince on Monday to hand over a copy of a 2011 internal report which states that the British charity's former Haiti country director had admitted to using prostitutes during a relief mission following a devastating earthquake that hit the Caribbean island nation in early 2010. It was the first meeting between Oxfam, one of the world's biggest disaster relief charities, and the government in Haiti since a recent Times of London report that said some of Oxfam's staff paid for sex, triggering a scandal that has seriously damaged the charity's reputation in the UK and abroad.

  • Leveson 2 would be a threat to a free press
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    Leveson 2 would be a threat to a free press

    Leveson 2 would be a threat to a free press

  • Dust Blankets Charleville Sky
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    Dust Blankets Charleville Sky

    A dust storm lashed Charleville, Queensland, on February 20. This video shows the sky blanketed in a brown haze. Storms hit nearby Western Downs and further north in Townsville, where more than 5,000 people were without power. Credit: Bec Brayley via Storyful

  • Uber drops opposition to London language test
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    Uber drops opposition to London language test

    Taxi app Uber is dropping a legal appeal against the introduction of more stringent English language tests for drivers in London after the city's transport regulator said it would water down its stringent proposals. Uber took legal action in 2016 against Transport for London (TfL) after it said drivers should have to prove their ability to communicate in English, including to a standard of reading and writing which Uber said was too high and could cost it thousands of drivers. Uber, which was stripped of its licence to operate in London over safety concerns, welcomed the move.

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    Mexico City investigates disappearance of radio journalist

    Mexico City's attorney general's office has opened an investigation into the disappearance of journalist Mario Antonio Cañas, who was last seen on Friday, it said. Advocacy group Reporters Without Borders has singled out Mexico as the most dangerous country for journalists in the Western Hemisphere. Cañas, a 40-year-old radio journalist with Radio Formula, left his house in downtown Mexico City at around 2 p.m. on Friday and was last heard from some 4-1/2 hours later, the attorney general's office said in a statement.

  • Peru court orders Fujimori tried for 1992 mass killing: official
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    Peru court orders Fujimori tried for 1992 mass killing: official

    A Peruvian court ordered former president Alberto Fujimori on Monday to stand trial for the 1992 killings of six farmers, arguing that he lacks immunity despite a recent pardon for a different crime.

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    Red and grey squirrels go head to head in nut IQ test

    The rise of grey squirrels across the UK could be down to the fact they are cleverer than their red coated cousins. A series of tests involving hazelnuts inside sealed containers has found that grey squirrels have superior problem-solving skills to red squirrels. Eastern grey squirrels, which came to the UK from North America in the 19th Century, now outnumber native Eurasian red squirrels by more than 15 to one.

  • Thai court grants custody to Japanese father of 13 surrogate children
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    Thai court grants custody to Japanese father of 13 surrogate children

    A Thai court on Tuesday said it ruled in favor of a wealthy Japanese man who had fathered 13 surrogate children in Thailand, naming him their legal parent and sole guardian. The case harks back to late 2014, when Thai police said they had found 13 babies fathered by a Japanese national with nine Thai surrogate mothers. The children were taken to foster homes and the father has petitioned for custody since early 2015.

  • Nepal's hipsters snap up trainers that were once worn by Maoist rebels
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    The Telegraph

    Nepal's hipsters snap up trainers that were once worn by Maoist rebels

    Nepal's hipsters snap up trainers that were once worn by Maoist rebels

  • Back to the 80s: pristine Ford Escort XR3 up for grabs
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    The Telegraph

    Back to the 80s: pristine Ford Escort XR3 up for grabs

    Back to the 80s: pristine Ford Escort XR3 up for grabs

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    Global bank HSBC reports 2017 pretax profit rose 11 percent

    HSBC says its annual pretax profits rose by 11 percent on strong earnings from Asia, in the latest sign that the London-based global bank's restructuring to focus even more on the region is reaping further dividends. Chairman Mark Tucker said HSBC forecasts "reasonable growth" for the world's major economies in 2018, though he warned about rising international tensions and the threat of protectionism. HSBC has been carrying out a sweeping multiyear corporate revamp to raise profitability.

  • Sports academy in Egypt gives Syrian children hope
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    AFP

    Sports academy in Egypt gives Syrian children hope

    When Amir al-Awad fled Syria for Egypt, he intended to cross the Mediterranean for a European country.

  • Brexit latest: David Davis insists quitting EU will not lead to 'Mad Max-style dystopia'
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    Evening Standard

    Brexit latest: David Davis insists quitting EU will not lead to 'Mad Max-style dystopia'

    David Davis is to deny ministers are preparing for Britain to plunge into a “Mad Max-style world borrowed from dystopian fiction” after it leaves the EU. The Brexit Secretary will use a keynote speech to Austrian business leaders in Vienna to calm fears of Brexit triggering a “race to the bottom” in production standards. Instead, he will say the UK wants to maintain "close, even-handed co-operation" with EU regulatory authorities even after it has withdrawn from the bloc.

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    Joint Koreas hockey team ends historic Olympic run

    GANGNEUNG, South Korea (AP) — The Korean women's hockey team has ended its historic Olympic run with a fifth straight loss, with thousands of fans shouting "We are one" and waving a "unification flag."

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    Tributes paid to Will Hallett and Barry Hearnshaw after level crossing tragedy

    The family of a teenage boy who died along with his grandfather when the pensioner's car was hit by a train at a level crossing say he was "handsome and intelligent". Will Hallett, 15, and Barry Hearnshaw, 72, were killed at a level crossing at Barns Green in Horsham, West Sussex, just before 9am on Saturday.

  • US Secret Service denies China nuclear football 'skirmish'
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    US Secret Service denies China nuclear football 'skirmish'

    The US Secret Service denied Monday reports that one of its agents and White House Chief of Staff John Kelly wrestled with Chinese security officials over the "nuclear football" during President Donald Trump's visit to Beijing in November.

  • Chance plane encounter led to Oscar-nominated collaboration, says songwriter
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    PA Entertainment

    Chance plane encounter led to Oscar-nominated collaboration, says songwriter

    Diane Warren got her ninth Academy Award nomination for the collaboration with rapper Common.

  • Day turns into night as Indonesia's Mount Sinabung spews towering ash cloud in biggest eruption this year
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    Day turns into night as Indonesia's Mount Sinabung spews towering ash cloud in biggest eruption this year

    Day turns into night as Indonesia's Mount Sinabung spews towering ash cloud in biggest eruption this year

  • Electricals chain Maplin races to secure sale amid retail gloom
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    Electricals chain Maplin races to secure sale amid retail gloom

    The owner of Maplin, one of Britain's biggest electrical goods retailers, is racing to avoid calling in administrators amid deepening pessimism about the outlook for the high street. Sky News has learnt that Rutland Partners, which took control of Maplin in 2014, is this week in crunch talks with potential buyers - including Edinburgh Woollen Mill (EWM), the clothing empire run by one of the industry's most acquisitive tycoons. Rutland wants to secure new investors for Maplin by the end of this week, with a pre-pack administration being considered as a viable option if a solvent sale cannot be concluded.

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    I want to drink your blood: Vampire bat's genetic secrets revealed

    If you want to know how vampire bats can survive on a diet that -- as everyone knows -- consists exclusively of blood, the answer is simple. Scientists on Monday said they have mapped for the first time the complete genome of a vampire bat, finding that this flying mammal boasts numerous genetic traits that help it thrive on an exotic food source that offers nutritional disadvantages and exposes it to blood-borne pathogens. The researchers compared the genome of the common vampire bat, scientific name Desmodus rotundus, to genomes of bat species that eat nectar, fruit, insects and meat.

  • Australia's deputy PM loses support of state branch over affair
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    Australia's deputy PM loses support of state branch over affair

    A state branch of the Australian National Party has pulled its support for Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce because of reports about an extramarital affair with his former press secretary, the party's Western Australia leader said on Tuesday. Joyce, the National Party's federal leader, has refused to resign since media said this month that he was expecting a child with his former staff member. "Mr Joyce's actions have caused pain for his family but it is the ongoing damage Mr Joyce is causing the Nationals' organization that is of greatest concern to me," Western Australia leader Mia Davies said in a statement.

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    Actor Michael Keaton to give Kent State commencement address

    KENT, Ohio (AP) — Actor Michael Keaton is slated to give the commencement address at Ohio's Kent State University.

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    'SNL' alum Quinn recovering from heart attack with humor

    NEW YORK (AP) — "Saturday Night Live" alum Colin Quinn is exercising his wit days after a heart attack interrupted his busy touring schedule.

  • Man Arrested After Starting Fire on Chicago Train
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    Man Arrested After Starting Fire on Chicago Train

    A man attempted to light a fire on board a Chicago Transit Authority Red Line train on the afternoon of Thursday, January 18. The incident occurred along the Red Line’s Argyle station stop, according to a local report by WGNTV. The man, 28-year-old David Ferguson, splashed paint thinner both on the ground and on other passengers, who eventually alerted police. This footage shows two different angles of police officers confronting Ferguson and tackling him. The paint thinner caught fire as officers tried to remove Ferguson from the train. Ferguson suffered third-degree burns and is facing charges of aggravated arson and aggravated battery. Credit: Chicago Transit Authority via Storyful

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