• Singapore's Last Polar Bear Dies at Wildlife Reserves Zoo
    News
    Storyful

    Singapore's Last Polar Bear Dies at Wildlife Reserves Zoo

    Singapore’s last polar bear was euthanized at the Singapore Zoo in Mandai on Wednesday, April 25, despite extensive efforts to save his life, the zoo announced. The bear, named Inuka, suffered from “age-related ailments such as arthritis, dental issues and occasional ear infections for the past five

  • People in Beijing and Tokyo express views on historic inter-Korean summit
    News
    Reuters Videos

    People in Beijing and Tokyo express views on historic inter-Korean summit

    Residents of Beijing and Tokyo expressed their views ahead of the summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korea president Moon Jae-in. No reporter narration.

  • Istanbul University Medical Faculty and Students Protest Turkish Education Bill
    News
    Storyful

    Istanbul University Medical Faculty and Students Protest Turkish Education Bill

    Hundreds of students, faculty, and local residents gathered at Istanbul University’s Cerrahpasa School of Medicine on April 26 to protest a bill that would split-up the faculties of Istanbul University. The bill, approved by parliament’s Education Commission on Wednesday, aims to transfer some Istanbul

  • Protesters Call For Justice After Murdered Film Students Dissolved in Acid
    News
    Storyful

    Protesters Call For Justice After Murdered Film Students Dissolved in Acid

    An estimated 12,000 people marched through Guadalajara, Mexico, in protest over the brutal murders of three film students whose bodies were reportedly dissolved in acid by cartel members. The murdered students – Javier Salomón Aceves Gastélum, Jesús Daniel Díaz García and Marco Francisco García Ávalos

  • Toronto Firefighters Respond as Large Fire Engulfs Townhouse
    News
    Storyful

    Toronto Firefighters Respond as Large Fire Engulfs Townhouse

    A large fire engulfed a two-story townhouse in Toronto’s east end late in the night on April 26. Buildings nearby were cleared and Queen Street closed in both directions as firefighters worked to extinguish the 3-alarm blaze. One firefighter was treated for a leg injury sustained while responding to

  • North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un and President Moon Jae-in Shake Hands at Historic Summit
    News
    Storyful

    North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un and President Moon Jae-in Shake Hands at Historic Summit

    North Korean leader Kim Jong-un crossed the demilitarized zone ( DMZ ) line into South Korea for historic talks with South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Friday, April 27. These videos of the event were shared by the South Korean executive office, Korea Blue House . The inter-Korean summit was the third

  • On Korea meetings, Australia and Japan cautiously optimistic
    News
    Reuters Videos

    On Korea meetings, Australia and Japan cautiously optimistic

    Japan and Australia praise the two Koreas for a historic summit at the heavily fortified demilitarized zone. No reporter narration.

  • Boracay kick-starts its massive makeover
    News
    Reuters Videos

    Boracay kick-starts its massive makeover

    The Philippines island of Boracay shuts its borders for six months as it prepares for major renovation. Dhruv Tikekar reports.

  • Korean leaders close the first session of their historic summit
    News
    Reuters Videos

    Korean leaders close the first session of their historic summit

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is seen getting into his black limousine after wrapping up the first round of talks with South Korean President Moon Jae-in. No reporter narration.

  • Girl's leg is reattached backwards after cancer surgery
    News
    Reuters Videos

    Girl's leg is reattached backwards after cancer surgery

    A seven-year-old girl has had her leg amputated and re-attached backwards so her ankle can eventually replace the leg's original knee following a struggle with bone cancer. Ryan Brooks reports.

  • Korean leaders kick off summit with a handshake at the border
    News
    Reuters Videos

    Korean leaders kick off summit with a handshake at the border

    North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in meet face to face, kicking off the first inter-Korean summit in more than a decade. No reporter narration.

  • Korean leaders sit down for historic talks
    News
    Reuters Videos

    Korean leaders sit down for historic talks

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in met at the Peace House near the border between the two countries for a groundbreaking summit on Friday (April 27). No reporter narration.

  • 'A new history starts now' as Korean leaders begin summit
    News
    Reuters Videos

    'A new history starts now' as Korean leaders begin summit

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in met on Friday at the heavily fortified demilitarized zone between the countries for the first summit in over ten years. Eve Johnson reports.

  • Lions, Thieves and Wigs, Oh My! Costumed Burglar Steals Chocolates and Electronics
    News
    Storyful

    Lions, Thieves and Wigs, Oh My! Costumed Burglar Steals Chocolates and Electronics

    Two men in Melbourne stole computers, a smart phone, a box of charity chocolates, a camera and a hair straightener when they broke into a Collingwood business at about 3am on April 22. Puzzlingly, as can be seen in the footage, one man wears a black curly wig and a lion onesie as he stealthily makes

  • News
    Press Association video

    Arsene Wenger bemoans late equaliser

    Arsene Wenger is disappointed with Arsenal's inability to hold their lead in the first leg of the Europa League semi-finals against Atletico Madrid.

  • Stunning Aerial Footage Captures Shark Feeding Frenzy Off North Stradbroke Island
    News
    Storyful

    Stunning Aerial Footage Captures Shark Feeding Frenzy Off North Stradbroke Island

    A Queensland man captured stunning drone video of a shark feeding frenzy off North Stradbroke Island between April 24-25. Barry Miall told Storyful he noticed the large bait balls of baitfish close to the North Stradbroke Island shoreline on Tuesday afternoon, April 24, while flying his DJI Phantom 4

  • Tennessee Woman Finds Five Bears in Her Backyard
    News
    Storyful

    Tennessee Woman Finds Five Bears in Her Backyard

    Tennessee resident Sharon Turner captured video of five black bears in the backyard of her home in Pigeon Forge, on April 24. Turner told Storyful she often sees bears on her mountainside properly throughout the year but this was the first time she has been visited by a family of five. “I happened to

  • Kim Jong Un steps into history at South Korea summit
    News
    Press Association video

    Kim Jong Un steps into history at South Korea summit

    Kim Jong Un makes history by becoming the first North Korea leader to cross the border into the south as he met his southern counterpart Moon Jae-in for talks.

  • White House posts Pompeo-Kim pic after narrow Senate confirmation
    News
    Reuters Videos

    White House posts Pompeo-Kim pic after narrow Senate confirmation

    The U.S. Senate confirmed Mike Pompeo as President Trump’s secretary of state on Thursday, and the White House later released photos of the former CIA director's historic meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Chris Dignam reports.

  • "Diamond and Silk" sisters tell lawmakers "censorship is no hoax"
    News
    Reuters Videos

    "Diamond and Silk" sisters tell lawmakers "censorship is no hoax"

    Social media personalities Lynnette "Diamond" Hardaway and Rochelle "Silk" Richardson told the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday that Facebook and other social media websites were trying to "silence" their conservative voices and free speech with certain algorithms.

  • Amazon unpacks an explosive first quarter earnings report
    News
    Reuters Videos

    Amazon unpacks an explosive first quarter earnings report

    Amazon blowing through all earnings expectations on Thursday, more than doubling its profit in its latest quarter compared with the same period last year. Jane Lanhee Lee reports.

  • Ain Sokhna Road Overflows, Stalling Cars After Storm
    News
    Storyful

    Ain Sokhna Road Overflows, Stalling Cars After Storm

    Water poured off a road leading to the coastal town of Ain Sokhna in Egypt on April 25, stalling traffic. In this footage, a waterfall gouges a trough into the road side as cars come to a standstill. Credit: Gendy El Basmala via Storyful

  • Wisconsin Refinery Fire Some Seen for Miles, Prompts Evacuations
    News
    Storyful

    Wisconsin Refinery Fire Some Seen for Miles, Prompts Evacuations

    Officials ordered evacuations around the Husky Energy Refinery in Superior, Wisconsin, on Thursday, April 26, after an explosion and fire injured at least five people and pumped heavy black smoke into the air. The evacuations extended 10 miles south of the refinery, three miles east and west, and one

By using Yahoo you agree that Yahoo and partners may use Cookies for personalisation and other purposes