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David Luiz left Chelsea fans sweating at the weekend when he uploaded a picture which appeared to show him receiving treatment in hospital.
  • 15 Feb 2017
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If you are still undecided on where to bring your special someone to for Valentine's Day, Old Changi Hospital is probably very low on your list. Judging by this video shared by Lim Chee Kiang on Pencari Entiti Crew, that is probably a wise choice. According to the caption for the video, a spooky figure was seen running down the corridor there. To top things off, the figure was allegedly wearing a nurse's uniform.
  • 14 Feb 2017
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Shocking moment more than 100 punters punch and brutally kick one another as a mass brawl breaks out at a Wetherspoon pub | Daily Mail Online
  • 13 Feb 2017
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Emergency evacuations were ordered for Oroville, California, on February 12, as authorities warned that they expected the Oroville Dam emergency spillway to fail.
  • 13 Feb 2017
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Planning on taking a trip to America? Why not give yourself more things to worry about than just the travel ban? Tonopah is a town literally kilometres away from anywhere. But you don’t worry about that, because you won’t be lonely at the Clown Motel, even if you wish you were. The motel office has over 500 clowns on display, and there’s even a stuffed, life-sized clown that sits in a chair in the lobby.
  • 13 Feb 2017
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A video circulating on Facebook shows a handler trying to remove a tennis ball from a snake that probably swallowed it by accident.
  • 12 Feb 2017
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CCTV shows the mother crossing the road in the Caballito neighbourhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina. She injured her left leg in the accident, while her baby son was unhurt.
  • 12 Feb 2017
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Blood-soaked newborn baby found abandoned in plastic bag This is fairly upsetting.
  • 12 Feb 2017
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A police car was flattened after strong winds in the US caused a lorry to topple over on a highway.
  • 12 Feb 2017
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This tricky brainteaser will test your vision. This is one of many puzzles to sweep the web in recent months
  • 11 Feb 2017
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A Taiwanese woman was at a loss for words when her pants seemingly dissolved while she was washing them. Apparently, she was doing some spring cleaning when she found a pair of denim pants she had purchased some time prior, still in its package. She decided to wash them first before wearing them but to her shock, the pants simply dissolved, reports World of Buzz. She then took to social media to share her experience. Ever since uploading her post, many netizens have commented on the incident. Some expressed shock while others found the situation hilarious.
  • 11 Feb 2017
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Pangolins are the world’s only scaly mammal. The eight species of pangolin that roam the wilds of Asia and Africa are strong swimmers who rely on their long tongues and heightened sense of smell to find nourishment. Sadly however, pangolins are the most trafficked mammal in the world, and all 8 species face a significant threat from poachers and smugglers. Check out the World Wildlife Fund to learn more about the the pangolin’s plight and to support WWF’s efforts to save the pangolin and other endangered species.​ Today's featured species: Giant pangolin Native to: Africa
  • 11 Feb 2017
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The Lantern Festival arrives on the first full moon of the Chinese calendar and marks the last day of traditional Chinese New Year celebrations. The lanterns are meant to ward off evil spirits and bring families closer together to watch as they flood the streets. It is one of the most celebrated events of the year, with carnivals featuring impressive lantern displays, lion and dragon dances, artistic performances and of course, tangyuan, a soupy dumpling staple. During the festival, children carry lanterns riddled with riddles and sayings to temples at night, a tradition that traces back 2,000 years to the beginning of the Eastern Han Dynasty. The lanterns symbolize a letting go of one’s past self and renewal in the new year.
  • 11 Feb 2017
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The Lantern Festival arrives on the first full moon of the Chinese calendar and marks the last day of traditional Chinese New Year celebrations. The lanterns are meant to ward off evil spirits and bring families closer together to watch as they flood the streets. Taiwan’s most celebrated Lantern Festival features lanterns that play their own theme music and tower over 10 meters tall, with many featuring ornate designs that correspond with the signs of the zodiac. Taiwan began recognizing this Chinese festival in 1990 as an effort to spread the traditional folklore to the masses. One of the most important events that takes place on this evening is the Fengpao ceremony, where thousands of firecrackers are burned and hung in the Wumiao Temple. The lantern event and the fire ceremony together are known as “Fireworks in the south, sky lanterns in the north” and are meant to call in wishes for the new year.
  • 11 Feb 2017
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A escalator in Pandan Kapital, a shopping mall located in Pandan Indah, Selangor exploded yesterday (Feb 8). The incident sent entire steps and debris sliding down the escalator, reports The Coverage. According to a witness, there was a loud ’thump’ sound before the escalator caved in. Many shoppers were shocked by the sight of an escalator dismantling itself. Fortunately, no one was hurt.
  • 9 Feb 2017
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Nissan 4x4s keep splitting in half but they won’t issue recall Nissan drivers have demanded a recall of the UK’s bestselling 4 x 4 pick-up after it emerged that some of the trucks have snapped in half. It’s not known exactly what causes the Nissan Navaras to break, but some claim rust has caused the chassis to weaken so much it snaps in two. Scores of faulty trucks have been returned following inspections, but the Japanese car firm has been accused of keeping the problem ‘under wraps’. Richy Holmes, 50, said he was towing a caravan to Scotland when the chassis on his vehichle snapped. He was driving with his pregnant wife and daughter at the time. To put pressure on the firm, Richy started the Nissan Navara Snapped Chassis Facebook group, which now has more than 15,000 members. | Metro News
  • 8 Feb 2017
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Carmen Miranda is a rare example of a triple threat: talented at acting, singing, and dancing. Born in Portugal and raised in Brazil, Miranda took to the performing arts at a young age. Her father's love of opera and her mother's support led her to pursue a career in show business. Inspired by baianas, Afro-Brazilian fruit vendors, Miranda donned a "fruit hat" when she performed. It would become her signature as her star soared, first in Brazil and then, worldwide. Miranda’s big break happened following her performance at the National Institute of Music. She landed an audition at a recording studio where she was immediately signed to put out a single. Miranda’s first album was released in 1929, and was immensely popular among Brazilians. Her performing style helped samba gain respect and a place in the Brazilian (and later, the world) spotlight. By the time she moved to the United States in 1939, Miranda was a national star in Brazil and had the power to ensure her band could travel with her. Hollywood's famous Garuman's Chinese Theatre invited her to leave her hand prints in the cement in 1941, the first Latin American to do so. Today, we celebrate Carmen Miranda on what would be her 108th birthday. Doodle by Sophie Diao
  • 8 Feb 2017
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Aletta Jacobs was a woman of many firsts. Growing up in the Netherlands in the 1800s, she watched the profound impact her father, a doctor, had on his patients’ lives. She longed to do the same, but she knew it wouldn’t be easy – no Dutch woman had ever studied medicine. Jacobs didn’t let that stop her. Since girls weren’t permitted to attend high school, Jacobs pursued her studies independently and went on to pass the assistant chemist exam in 1870. That was as far as most women could go at the time, but Jacobs was determined to go further. So she petitioned and was granted permission to attend classes at the University of Groningen in 1871. She graduated with a medical degree in 1879, becoming the first female physician in the Netherlands. During her time as a doctor, she again focused on achieving progress for women. Despite strong opposition from her colleagues, she worked to make contraceptives more widely available and established the world’s first birth control clinic. She also became largely involved in the women’s suffrage movement, leaving her medical practice in 1903 to focus on winning the right to vote. She helped do just that in 1919, the same year she co-founded the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom. Today, on what would’ve been Jacobs’ 163rd birthday, we celebrate all that she did to pave the way for those who came after her.
  • 8 Feb 2017
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