The short video shows a woman striking several golf balls towards the cat with a golf club, but the cat manages to catch each one of them.
“This is the first time since 1984 (I’m told) that it has snowed in Launceston down to sea level. Normally only snows in the mountains. This is the view from my house looking up the Tamar River towards the city,” wrote a user while sharing a picture.
During a rain break, England’s players headed a football between them, and a video of them managing to control it from a first-floor balcony to a bin on the ground is being widely shared on social media.
Officers discovered a three-foot-long python hiding in the car’s engine and managed to remove it safely.
Moved by the poignant moment the photographer shared the image on Facebook saying: “16 years of press photography and lots of wars. I can say I didn’t see what I saw today in Ashrafia area, especially in front of the Al Roum Hospital”.
In the video, a worried Asil along with his colleague continue to ask about Toumi’s well being as she can be heard whimpering in pain off-screen.
The fire department concluded the thread by informing netizens that no one was injured during the fire as well as warning how dangerous candles can be.
As the segment from the afternoon bulletin started doing rounds across social media platforms, the reporter issued an apology on Twitter and also explained what went wrong, as many wondered why the gaffe wasn’t edited out.
In the original interview, which aired on HBO, Trump is seen brandishing several pieces of paper with graphs and charts on them and suggesting that the US Covid-19 figures compared well internationally.
#AdityaYoginath started trending on social media after a small slip by Prime Minister Narendra Modi while introducing the Uttar Pradesh chief minister in his speech at Ayodhya.
The journalist also added a bit of music to go with the boy’s dance. “I have given this forecast what it deserved. Sound on,” she wrote while sharing the edited clip.
The boys were seen walking away with the birds in their pockets, and netizens said it was impossible not to let them go after seeing “such cuteness”.
The video, captioned, “We told her not to do it. She didn’t listen”, has now gone viral on several social media platforms.
The blast came at a time when Lebanon’s economy was struggling under a financial crisis, tackling the coronavirus pandemic with restrictions and amid rising tensions between Israel and the militant Hezbollah group along Lebanon’s southern border.
The flight would take off from Taipei Taoyuan Airport, circle the skies before returning to the same airport.
For weeks, resident of a neighbourhood in Berlin were baffled after their footwear kept disappearing under mysterious circumstances.
When pressed on the rising fatalities in the US, Trump asserted that the Covid-19 situation was under control and that the rising death toll “is what it is” as cases have surged in some states.
His aunt Nikki Walker, who shared the original images that were widely shared on the internet, posted an image showing Bridger’s sister tying a rakhi on his wrist.
Flyers have to wear facemasks on KLM flights due to the pandemic, but two British passengers refused to do so.
Customers at Funky Pizza, in Palafrugell on the Costa Brava popular with tourists, can browse the menu, order and pay via the “Funky Pay” app on their phones.
Although the dog was adopted in May, the story made waves earlier this week after the official handle of Hyundai Brazil posted images of the ‘pawfessional consultant’ on their Instagram account.
A video, which has gone viral on Twitter, shows the man explaining a make-shift machine that uses a rope and a container to go back and forth across a table.
“Play with pride and passion! The meme fame Sarim has a simple message for team Pakistan,” read the caption of the video, where Akhtar is wishing his team luck for the match.
A prison official later said that the cat “had not escaped or gone missing” and was later found roaming near the prison’s ration room.
Katie Ledecky was participating in a #GotMilkChallenge, a promotional campaign to boost the consumption of milk.