• Five Injured After Small Plane Crash Lands in St. Petersburg
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    Five Injured After Small Plane Crash Lands in St. Petersburg

    A twin-engine Cessna civilian aircraft crash-landed in St. Petersburg, Florida, on October 18. The plane reportedly collided into two vehicles during the landing, injuring five. Three were sent to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Credit: Facebook/Robert Ralo Cawthon via Storyful

  • Elderly Pedestrian Hit by Car in Box Hill
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    Elderly Pedestrian Hit by Car in Box Hill

    Police are searching for a car they said hit a 92-year-old man trying to cross Rose St in Box Hill, Victoria, on Saturday, September 16, at about 8pm. The man was with a female companion and after being hit, the driver did not stop to check or assist. The victim was taken to hospital with “life-threatening

  • Spanish paraglider becomes part of a natural phenomenon of starlings
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    Spanish paraglider becomes part of a natural phenomenon of starlings

    Paraglider Horacio Llorens became part of a flock of starlings to embrace his dream of flying like a bird. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

  • Food Delivered to Isolated Puerto Rican Region of Utaudo
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    Food Delivered to Isolated Puerto Rican Region of Utaudo

    US Department of Homeland Security agents landed a helicopter in the isolated Puerto Rican region of Utuado to deliver food and water on Tuesday, October 12. The mountainous area has been cut off since Hurricane Maria because the storm destroyed a bridge. A New York Times report described how residents

  • Puerto Rico National Guard Delivers Supplies to Heavily-Damaged Barranquitas
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    Puerto Rico National Guard Delivers Supplies to Heavily-Damaged Barranquitas

    The Puerto Rico National Guard delivered food and water to Barranquitas, Puerto Rico, on Tuesday, October 17. The community, located near the center of the island, has been difficult to access since Hurricane Maria, because many roads and bridges were covered with debris or damaged by landslides. Credit

  • Theresa May at Pink News Awards: Being trans is not an illness
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    Theresa May at Pink News Awards: Being trans is not an illness

    Theresa May has said the Government will seek to "streamline and de-medicalise" the process of changing gender to reflect that "being trans is not an illness".Speaking at the Pink News Awards in London, the Prime Minister told a star-studded audience that changes will be made to the

  • Latvian dancer, Senegal singer receive Japan's Praemium Imperiale awards
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    Latvian dancer, Senegal singer receive Japan's Praemium Imperiale awards

    Ballet dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov and Senegalese artist Youssou N'Dour, along with others, received Japan's Praemium Imperiale awards. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

  • Army Officials Assess Puerto Rico Power Line Damage
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    Army Officials Assess Puerto Rico Power Line Damage

    US Army Corps of Engineers and Puerto Rico electricity officials flew over the east side of Puerto Rico on Wednesday, October 18, to assess the damage to power lines following Hurricane Maria. About 19 percent of Puerto Rico’s power had been restored as of Wednesday, according to the government’s website

  • 'Like a turtle without a shell' - will.i.am's verdict on The Voice's Olly Murs
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    'Like a turtle without a shell' - will.i.am's verdict on The Voice's Olly Murs

    Emma Willis and will.i.am give their verdict on The Voice new boy Olly Murs - with the former Black Eyed Peas singer using a unique analogy.

  • Destruction in Streets of Raqqa After SDF Victory
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    Destruction in Streets of Raqqa After SDF Victory

    A drive through the neighborhoods of Raqqa on October 18 after the victory of US-backed SDF forces reveals crushed buildings, rubble strewn in the streets, and burned out cars. In this video, buildings seem to be turned inside out, with their contents lying in heaps in front of them. Whole building facades

  • Putin's puppy love: President's new Alabai
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    Putin's puppy love: President's new Alabai

    Vladimir Putin has been gifted an Alabai puppy from the President of Turkmenistan.

  • Fleeing Violence, Rohingya Refugees Cross Rivers, Swamps to Bangladesh
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    Fleeing Violence, Rohingya Refugees Cross Rivers, Swamps to Bangladesh

    Members of Myanmar’s Rohingya minority Muslim group waded across swamps and rivers to reach Bangladesh, fleeing on October 17 from systematic violence at home. In this video, people can be seen crossing the river on the border between Myanmar and Bangladesh, carrying what belongings they have above the

  • Fire Tornado Spins, Spits Flames During Wild Blazes in Central Portugal
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    Fire Tornado Spins, Spits Flames During Wild Blazes in Central Portugal

    A wildfire burst out in central Portugal on Friday, October 6, near Pampilhosa da Serra and spread in the coming days to the city of Arganil, where flames and wind were whipped into a firenado. As many as 50 people were evacuated on Saturday from Arganil, Portuguese media said . All have returned to

  • IBM lifts Dow above 23,000
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    IBM lifts Dow above 23,000

    Financials and tech stocks like IBM boosted the markets on the 30th anniversary of Black Monday. Fred Katayama reports.

  • Escape room has New Yorkers participate in murderous plot
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    Escape room has New Yorkers participate in murderous plot

    A seemingly-abandoned warehouse in Brooklyn is the set of an immersive horror show featuring a murderous psychopath. Elly Park reports.

  • Canada PM weeps in tribute to rock star
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    Canada PM weeps in tribute to rock star

    Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wept as he paid tribute to Tragically Hip front man Gord Downie, who died from cancer aged 53.

  • Corbyn and May trade blows on Universal Credit
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    Corbyn and May trade blows on Universal Credit

    Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May traded blows in Prime Minister's Questions over the introduction of Universal Credit.

  • FA handling of race case 'bordered on blackmail'
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    FA handling of race case 'bordered on blackmail'

    FA handling of face case 'bordered on blackmail'

  • Changes to Obamacare will impact hospital stocks
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    Changes to Obamacare will impact hospital stocks

    Trump's changes to Obamacare will impact shares of hospitals because of the expected spike in uninsured patients. Fred Katayama reports.

  • "Everyone should stand for the national anthem": Goodell
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    "Everyone should stand for the national anthem": Goodell

    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says the league will encourage players to stand for the anthem but declines to weigh in on situations where owners decide to punish players for not standing. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

  • Richard Branson targeted in $5 million scam
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    Richard Branson targeted in $5 million scam

    Billionaire founder of the Virgin group Richard Branson telling Reuters he was targeted by a con artist posing as British Defense Minister Michael Fallon who tried to get $5 million in a supposed secret ransom payment. Police are still searching for the fraudster. Jillian Kitchener reports.

  • Will Catalonia create a domino effect?
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    Will Catalonia create a domino effect?

    Sky's Diplomatic Editor Dominic Waghorn looks at what is inspiring the separatist movement in the West?

  • Twitter toughens guidelines on harassment
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    Twitter toughens guidelines on harassment

    Twitter has toughened its stance on online sexual harassment and abuse in an email to its Trust and Safety Council published by Wired. Fred Katayama reports.

  • Injured Ed Sheeran 'won't short-change fans'
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    Injured Ed Sheeran 'won't short-change fans'

    A crocked Ed Sheeran said he did not want to "short-change" fans as he made his first public appearance since fracturing his wrist.The singer-songwriter was forced to postpone his Asia tour after a cycling accident this week which also left him with a fractured elbow and broken rib.

  • May and EU's dinner 'friendly and constructive'
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    May and EU's dinner 'friendly and constructive'

    The Prime Minister and Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker have agreed that Britain and the EU should 'accelerate' their Brexit efforts.

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