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Search in Sydney bushland for missing woman’s body

A Chinese woman allegedly murdered by her teenage housemate might have been dumped in bushland north of Sydney, police believe. Using phone records, police tracked the movements of Qi Yu’s car to areas around Hornsby, Berowra, Cowan and Mt Kuring-gai on the night she went missing. Ms Yu, 28, was believed to have been transported there in her car, although ...

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Protesters March to Migrant Detention Center in Los Angeles to Protest Family Separation

Protesters March to Migrant Detention Center in Los Angeles to Protest Family Separation3:56 Hundred of people marched to the Metropolitan Detention Center in Los Angeles on June 14, galvanized by reports of migrant parents being separated from their children at the US-Mexico border. Credit: Seeding Sovereignty via Storyful Click here to Read from the source

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We’ve All Been This Guy Looking For His Friends at Manchester’s Parklife Festival

We’ve All Been This Guy Looking For His Friends at Manchester’s Parklife Festival0:52 After a video of him frantically looking for his friends went viral, a festival-goer in Manchester, England, understood why it’s better to keep them close to you at a concert. Woking native Ayrton Caldwell was recording a segment of Bicep’s performance at Manchester’s Parklife festival when a ...

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Storm Clouds, Heavy Rain Roll Over Iowa

Heavy rain swept across Iowa, triggering flash flooding on Thursday, June 14. Much of the flash flooding was centered on Ames, where emergency responders performed water rescues. Among the rescues was a postal worker whose vehicle was trapped in the water under an overpass, according to a news report. Multiple roads were closed due to the flooding. This video shows ...

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Astronauts Embark on Spacewalk to Prepare Space Station for Future Missions

Two astronauts floated outside the International Space Station (ISS) on Thursday, June 14, to prepare for the first commercial crew vehicles to arrive to the station later this year, as reported by Space.com. NASA astronauts Ricky Arnold and Drew Feustel closed a door that was open on an external instrument and replaced a high-definition camera during their 6.5-hour walk. The ...

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Car Windows Destroyed During Colorado Hail Storm

Heavy hail damaged cars and buildings around Colorado Springs, Colorado, in the early hours of Wednesday, June 13. It was the strongest overnight hail storm in El Paso County in 20 years, according to KKTV. The city of Fountain was hardest hit with hail that measured up to three inches in diameter, the report said. There were reports of damaged ...

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Power Outage Causes Delays at Las Vegas Airport

A power outage at McCarren International Airport in Las Vegas, Nevada, on June 13, caused delays at checkpoints and to ticketing and gate operations, as well as backlogs at baggage collection areas, the airport said. The power cut lasted about an hour and affected Terminal 1 and a few concourses. Erin Whitt was passing through the airport and shot this ...

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GOP’s Nominee for Virginia Governor Praised Confederate Generals, Heritage at 2017 Event

GOP’s Nominee for Virginia Governor Praised Confederate Generals, Heritage at 2017 Event4:07 The winning GOP nominee on Tuesday night, June 12, for the Virginia governor’s race can be seen in a video from April last year praising Virginia’s Confederate generals and heritage in a Danville room festooned with the Confederate flag. The video was streamed via Facebook Live on April ...

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Washington Caps Fan Flaunts Stanley Cup Made of Beer Cans and Colander

A Washington Capitals fan took his celebrations of the team’s Stanley Cup success to the next level when he showed off his homemade Stanley Cup at the Caps’ homecoming parade on June 12. Twitter user @mizspencer7 shared a video to Twitter of the handcrafted trophy, made of Natural Light beer cans and a kitchen colander, being shown to fans on ...

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Lightning Flashes Over Gulf of Mexico

Scattered storms blew across the Gulf Coast on Tuesday, June 12. The City of Orange Beach flew yellow flags at the beach to indicate the moderate risks on Tuesday. Scattered to numerous storms were expected through the region on Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. This video shows one of the storms off the coast of Orange Beach Tuesday ...

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