Yet another Libtard came up running his mouth attempting to start a fight with a Trump supporter only to end up on his ass after smacking the Trump supporters MAGA hat right off of his head, with a bit of a face slap in the process.
The Turkish government has asked the U.S. to stop arming Kurds in Syria, and warned the Syrian government against involvement in Turkey's offensive against Kurds in Syria. Turkish officials spoke Monday in response to news reports that Damascus plans to send pro-government militias to Afrin in northern Syria to help the Kurds fight off a Turkish offensive.
Turkish troops have once again been caught on camera committing numerous war crimes, this time targeting journalists in the country that were attempting to flee the Syrian city of Afrin.
Michael Rapaport: “This is for Laura Ingraham, the cock-eyed FOX News with the Bobby Brown jaw who said that KD and LeBron James should just shut up and dribble. No cluckhead, you shut up and dribble these nuts, bitch… Your butt is so flat that when you stand up you can see your entire a$$hole.”
Rumbling Mount Sinabung on the Indonesian island of Sumatra shot billowing columns of ash more than 16,400 feet into the atmosphere and hot clouds down its slopes on Monday. There were no fatalities or injuries from the morning eruption, the National Disaster Mitigation Agency said.
The volcano, one of three currently erupting in Indonesia, was dormant for four centuries before exploding in 2010, killing two people. Another eruption in 2014 killed 16 people, while seven died in a 2016 eruption.
Last November, The War Zone posted an exclusive story detailing a bizarre incident involving an unidentified aircraft that transited the skies of the Pacific Northwest in the early evening of October 25th, 2017. What started as a radar target moving at very high speed over Northern California turned into a series of eyewitness accounts made by nearby airline pilots traveling northward over Oregon. Even F-15 fighters were launched to intercept the mysterious intruder that quickly became invisible to radar.
Now, through the Freedom of Information Act, we present what could be one of the most insightful instances of official documentation surrounding such an encounter that had already been confirmed to have occurred by both the FAA and the USAF. These materials include fascinating audio recordings of radio transmissions and phone calls made as the incident was unfolding, as well as pilot interviews, and conversations between FAA officials made in the aftermath of the highly peculiar incident.
For proper context, make sure to first read our original post linked here detailing the event, how our report came to be in the first place, as well as the rare confirmations as to its authenticity from both the FAA and the USAF. Below is also a short explainer video that will give you a basic overview of the incident.
Dr Ian Pearson said human beings are very close to achieving immortality in a number of different ways, but only if you can make it to the year 2050.
Anyone who dies before then could be part of the last generation of humans to die of old age.
Dr Pearson said: "By 2050, it will only really be for the rich and famous.
"Most people on middle-class incomes and reasonable working-class incomes can probably afford this in the 2060s. So anyone 90 or under by 2060.
"If you were born sometime in 1970 onwards, that would make you 48 this year.
Fierce clashes erupted between student protesters and police forces in Bogota on Tuesday, after some 500 students from the Pedagogical University of Bogota held a large rally, reportedly attacking the headquarters of the Centro Democratico (Democratic Centre) party.
Welcome to socialist Venezuela, were even women are beaten and robbed by fellow women simply because they are one of the lucky ones who still have diapers.
This is what socialists such as US Sen. Bernie Sanders do not want you to see, watch as this starving young Venezuelan man cries in the streets after not being able to make it across the border to Columbia in order to find food and safety.
This is the product of what happens when socialism takes over a country, equal misery.
A message that reads “kill the NRA” has appeared on a billboard in Louisville in response to last week’s school shooting.
The billboard, which appears on Interstate 65 in Louisville, was an act of vandalism, according to Outfront Media, the business that owns the sign.
The words “Resist 45” also appear on the sign, a reference to the “resistance” movement against the presidency of Donald Trump.
A spokeswoman for Outfront Media confirmed that the sign, which has been in place since Friday, was not part of an ad buy and that it is in the process of being taken down, although there was no sign of that happening on Monday evening.
“Some commuters thought the vandalized message encouraged violence,” reports Wave 3 News.
The NRA posted an image of the banner on its official verified Facebook page.
This is by no means the only violent threat directed towards conservatives in the aftermath of the Florida school shooting.
As we reported on Friday, a far-left Facebook group openly encouraged its members to shoot Republicans as revenge for the Parkland massacre.
“Dear Crazed Shooters, The GOP has frequent baseball practice. You really wanna be remembered, that’s how you do it. Signed, Americans tired of our politicians bathing in the blood of the innocent for a few million dollars from the terrorist organization NRA,” stated one of the posts.
“You remember the shooting at the Republican baseball game?” asked another post. “One of those should happen EVERY WEEK until those NRA-funded sons of bitches do something about this.”
This weekend’s news shows were dominated by calls for stricter gun control in the wake of the latest school shooting, but none advocated more radical action than NBC’s Chuck Todd, who openly called for abolishing the Second Amendment.
To support his call, Todd cited a column in the New York Times, written by Bret Stephens, a staunch leftist, and noted anti-Trump activist.
“Isn’t the difficulty here legislatively, the constitution,” Todd suggested, adding “Which is Bret Stephens’ point in The New York Times, he’s calling for the repeal of the Second Amendment.”
Todd then read from Stephens’ report which argued that having the right to bear arms in the Constitution of the country is unlike any other western democracy (no mention of a Republic).
"Morning Joe" co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski called for the United States to implement a gun "buyback" program modeled on Australia’s broad confiscation program enacted in 1996.
Scarborough started Tuesday by saying that a gun seller should face conspiracy charges if the buyer commits a crime with the sold gun. He said such laws would have an undefined "deterrent effect."
"Why wouldn't everybody be for doing whatever we can do to make sure that if you sell a gun, if you give a gun, if you transfer a gun to somebody who uses its in the commission of a crime, you're going to be a part of a conspiracy of that crime?" he asked. "Just whatever we can do to make sure that legal gun owners are legal gun owners and those who aren't legal gun owners are going—if they use guns for the wrong reason, there's going to be a deterrent effect."
Eugene Robinson of the Washington Post chimed in that lawmakers should make "gun makers and sellers liable like everybody else."
Brzezinski added that the government must "get the guns" to reduce gun crimes substantially. Scarborough said such confiscation is "not going to happen," but Brzezinski insisted that buyback programs and others methods are able to "get [guns] off the streets."
Scarborough then seemed to agree, citing Australia’s 1996 National Firearm Agreement, which led to the confiscation of approximately 650,000 guns declared "illegal," including semiautomatic rifles and handguns.
"You can do buyback programs, and since Australia did it in 1996, they haven't had another mass shooting," Scarborough said.
"You have to do multi-pronged," Brzezinski said without elaboration.
"It’s gotta be voluntary buyback programs," Scarborough said, not mentioning that the Australian buyback program he just praised was mandatory.
Former President Barack Obama also mentioned Australia’s program after a shooting in Roseburg, Ore. In October, Obama’s former senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer called for mandatory buybacks on the Australian model, saying the Second Amendment is an "anachronism."
MSNBC profiled Democratic candidate Andrew Janz, who is running against Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) and has raised a considerable amount off of the Russian investigation, a message that Janz admitted to MSNBC doesn’t resonate with constituents of California’s 22nd Congressional District.
MSNBC’s Jacob Soboroff went to California’s 22nd Congressional District to interview Janz, who claims to have raised over $500,000 after Nunes released the controversial Russia memo earlier in February.
“Janz has been raising money to get his message out by talking about Russia,” Soboroff reported.
Soboroff asked a couple of residents if they had been following Russian investigation, which did not seem to be a top priority for anyone Soboroff interviewed.
“It’s almost as if we’re really running, you know, two campaigns. We got to focus on the issues. At the end of the day, that’s what the people care about the most,” Janz told Soboroff. “The national attention is good because we’re going to need to raise the resources to tell my story.”
“One of the things I’ve been criticized for is only talking about Russia, which couldn’t be further from the truth,” Janz continued.
Soboroff asked Janz why is everyone talking about Andrew Janz and Russia.
“No offense, but you folks in the media only talk about the Russian thing, so when I’m there talking about water and infrastructure, that’s not covered or that’s not played on cable news,” Janz explained.
On Monday, CNN went to the building in Russia where the alleged Russian troll factory operated during the 2016 presidential election so they could dig through their trash and try to enter the facility.
CNN sent chief international correspondent Matthew Chance to the Internet Research Agency, the name of the firm Special Counsel Robert Mueller claims is responsible for meddling in the 2016 presidential election, to see if he could uncover any clues from the building.
During a segment with CNN's Jim Sciutto, Chance said, "We came here expecting this office to be empty, but, in fact, all day here, we’ve been here throughout the course of the day, people have been going in and out."
"We went to the trash can to see what we could find because we saw people dumping rubbish there," Chance continued. "New computers, new computers are being delivered here and they're throwing away the rubbish."
Chance tried to speak with a man who appeared to work in the building, asking him if he was a troll before getting smoke blown in his face as they then tried to follow him into the building.
Upon entering the building, CNN was quickly thrown out by men who appeared to be working security and were clearly not happy to see them there.
One of the revelations in Friday’s indictment handed down by Special Counsel Robert Mueller was that alleged Russian attempts to sow disunity in 2016 included the organization of both pro- and anti-Trump rallies in New York City on the Saturday after Election Day.
A check of their November 12 coverage showed both CNN and MSNBC gave enthusiastic coverage to the Russian-organized anti-Trump rally that day, with live reports every hour. Correspondents celebrated the idea that it was “a love rally,” and repeated the marchers’ anti-Trump mantras, such as: “We reject the President-elect.”
While the two liberal anti-Trump networks offered heavy coverage of the anti-Trump rally throughout the day, a check of coverage between noon and 5:00 p.m. Eastern found that the Fox News Channel offered only a short re-cap (66 seconds) at the start of their 4:00 p.m. Eastern hour.
Of course, none of the networks were aware of who was allegedly behind the march, but CNN and MSNBC reveled in the inflammatory messages of the march. At one point, MSNBC anchor Alex Witt credulously responded to the ridiculously alarmist rhetoric: “That woman, when she’s saying she’s concerned that black people will be shot in the street....Is that a legitimate concern for her? Because, that’s scary.”
Correspondent Morgan Radford cheerfully played along: “Alex, it’s not only a legitimate concern for her, it’s a legitimate concern for a lot of people I’ve spoken to....They’re wondering if this [Trump’s election] is almost a license to carry in terms of hate.”
Transcript provided by the Gateway pundit.
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Politicians who sit in their gilded House and Senate seats funded by the NRA telling us nothing could have ever been done to prevent this, we call B.S.
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CAMEROTA: Survivors in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre are mobilizing with a message for their elected officials, enough is enough. The students there are demanding that lawmakers take action on gun control so students can be safe at school.
Two of those students who you will recognize join us now. We have Emma Gonzalez and David Hogg.
Guys, it is so great to have you both back on the show.
Emma, that clip that we just played, that has been viewed, as of this morning, about 20 million times. CNN posted it on our FaceBook page. Twenty million times around the world people have clicked on that because they were so interested in what you had to say.
So — so to the politicians that you were talking about, to Senator Marco Rubio, who said after this shooting, you know, you can pass the law, but you’re still going to have these horrible attacks, what do you say to him?
EMMA GONZALEZ, FLORIDA SHOOTING SURVIVOR: I say to that, that even though — they say that criminals get guns no matter what laws you have to place. That might be true. But we don’t have to encourage them to get those guns. We can make it harder, absolutely make it harder, and we can prevent some seriously nasty crimes and some seriously indescribable tragedies from occurring.
[06:55:21] And if somebody doesn’t want to do that at this point, that’s — that’s pathetic. CAMEROTA: David — DAVID HOGG, FLORIDA SHOOTING SURVIVOR: Yes, I would —
CAMEROTA: Go ahead.
HOGG: I would say to Marco that you can’t work through divisions. It’s absolutely terrifying the fact that he immediately got up and started talking about how gun control is not the solution. Every answer is the solution at this point because we haven’t tried any of them. And we need a multi-faceted approach to this extremely complex problem because if we don’t have that, there — this will never come to an end.
CAMEROTA: Yes, what did you both think about the president tweeting over the weekend, very sad that the FBI missed all of the signs — signals sent out by the Florida school shooter. This is not acceptable. They’re spending too much time trying to prove Russian collusion with the Trump campaign. There is no collusion. Get back to the basics and make us all proud.
HOGG: I think it’s disgusting, personally. My father’s a retired FBI agent and the FBI are some of the hardest working individuals I have ever seen in my life. They work every day, 24/7, to insure the lives of every single American in this country. And it’s wrong that the president is blaming them for this. After all, he is in charge of the FBI. He can’t put that off on them. He is in charge of them.
And these people, what they love to do is push it — this off on the bureaucracy and say it’s not him. He is in charge of the FBI. That’s one of the executive branches. The executive branch is supposed to enforce laws. And as such, President Trump is in charge of that and the FBI.
GONZALEZ: And I do want to reiterate, the FBI were some of the amazing first responders who were helping us get to safety. And the fact that he wants to discredit them in any way and that he’s trying to shift our focus onto them is —
GONZALEZ: It’s not — is not acceptable.
CAMEROTA: I appreciate that reminder, that they are the first responders and that they go into these dangerous situations to try to save people.
So the president said that he’s going to hold a listening session with students on Wednesday. Have either of you been invited?
GONZALEZ: I believe we’ve been invited but neither of us are going. We had a preset town hall meeting that we will be attending.
HOGG: It’s on CNN with Jake Tapper. We will not be attending the listening session.
CAMEROTA: So you have to — so you had — you had a — you’ve already committed to that. So you’ll be doing that.
HOGG: Oh, from the beginning, yes.
CAMEROTA: Guys, tell me what’s going to happen on March 24th with your plan for a big march on Washington. What’s your vision?
GONZALEZ: My vision is (INAUDIBLE) from space. You know, like where — this is going to be enormous. And I really hope that we can like — I know that the word has spread wide and far, but I hope that we can even spread it even farther by that point, because I know that that’s going to be indescribable but in such a positive way.
HOGG: And we have to. We just can’t stop. Because these special interest groups are never going to. And if we don’t stop and we make our voices heard as an American public together, if we make our voices heard as an American public together, we’re going to have to do that if we ever want to overcome this terrible tragedy.
CAMEROTA: So what do you say to the NRA?
GONZALEZ: Disband, dismantle.
HOGG: And don’t make another organization under a different name.
GONZALEZ: And, yes, don’t make another organization under a different name. Don’t you dare come back here. The fact that you were in power for so long and that you had so much influence for so long in America just goes to show how much time and effort we still need to spend on fixing our country.
GONZALEZ: And gun control is just the first thing right now. The first thing that we are mainly focusing on.
CAMEROTA: Look, I don’t have to tell you guys, they — that they give millions of dollars to politicians.
HOGG: We know.
CAMEROTA: They have a very powerful tool.
CAMEROTA: So, I mean, how do you expect politicians, who need money to keep running for office to say no to the NRA?
GONZALEZ: Because we keep telling them that if they accept this blood money, they are against the children. They are against the people who are dying. And that is — that — there’s no other way to put it at this point. You’re either funding the killers or you’re standing with the children. The children who have no money. We don’t have jobs, so we can’t pay for your campaign. We would hope that you have the decent morality to support us at this point.
HOGG: And not take money from people that want to keep lessening gun legislation and making it even easier for these horrifying people to get guns, because if you can’t get elected without taking money from child murders, why are you run?
CAMEROTA: Hey, guys, are you going to be able to go back to school this week or next week? Are you going to go back into the building where this happened?
[06:59:57] GONZALEZ: Well, first of all, the freshman building is being torn down. But the rest of the school — the rest of the school is staying up. And as soon as we can, we are going to go back into the school. As soon as they say school is on Monday, I’m going to be there. ADDITIONAL TRANSCRIPTION BY TGP:
GONZALEZ: I’m pretty sure. Unless I have interviews, or, unless we have interviews or somewhere to be, we are going to be at school with the people who need us. We need to stand with our peers. We haven’t had time to stand with our peers through all of this; we’ve been working so hard.
CAMEROTA: Hey, David, obviously everybody remembers when we first interviewed you on Thursday morning and you were so plain spoken and so vocal and so strong. How are you guys doing emotionally? I know you’re galvanized by this but emotionally how are you?
HOGG: For me it’s been absolutely exhausting. On those first three night I only got two hours of sleep. And then I got four hours. And last night I got five but that’s only because I, I convinced a interview that I had at one in the morning in England. And, uh, it’s just been absolutely exhausting but it’s still nothing compared to what these parents are having to go through right now and I think the, that’s what people really need to focus on is these seventeen individuals. If Emma and I couldn’t exist, if we could just be nobodies still, uh that’s how I prefer it I would want everybody to be doing this on their own without any of us saying this but sadly we have to stand up and take charge because nobody else will. Cuz our elected officials certainly won’t.
CAMEROTA: David Hogg, Emma Gonzalez, uh, we appreciate you keeping your foot on the gas. And we appreciate you being available to us. Marco Rubio, Senator Marco Rubio, has declined our requests to come on. Uh, best of luck, guys. (HOGG: Of course.) CAMEROTA: We’ll check back with you.
These Russian Parents Should Be Ashamed of Themselves!
This is from tonight in Tehran as a car hits riot police. Before the car hits them people are throwing rocks at them both from the street and from rooftops above.
Peter Ellis and Lorna Walker were filmed as they sat down next to the woman and then swiped the pensioner’s belongings in Rhode Island Coffee in Oldham town centre
A man who had bought a home security camera was shocked when he went out for the night and reviewed the footage the next day.
That's because something terrifying was lurking in his house.
The man had set up the camera in the corner of her living room in Cheshire on Valentine's Day .
But it appears an uninvited guest decided to come out to play.
The footage shows the still room at night with nothing unusual going on.
That is until just seconds into the clip a long pale stick-like feature appears from the bottom of the screen.
A 22-year-old man has been arrested after police released CCTV of a 12-year-old girl being wrestled to the ground for her mobile phone.
A man seen in the video wearing a purple-coloured tracksuit walking down the street before turning back to attack the girl.
Hurling the girl to the ground, police say he then snatched her rose gold iPhone 6s.
In the footage the brave girl, wearing a duffle coat with the hood up, can be seen trying to fight back, but the man overpowers her before calmly walking away.
The girl had been running an errand for her mum and was on her way back from the shops when she was attacked on Sunday at 4.40pm in Derby.
This is the dramatic moment a cyclist was sent flying after he crashed into a car - that was turning left into a police station.
The cyclist smacked into the passenger door of the Toyota, which - according to the person filming - was being driven by a uniformed police officer.
But a force spokesman refused to confirm whether this was the case.
The clip has caused a heated debate on social media, with some users claiming the cyclist was wrong to undertake the clearly indicating car.
Others say the cyclist was in a bike lane and the driver should have checked before turning.
Joey Boland captured the clip on his dashcam on Friday when he was sitting outside the Sundrive Garda Station in Dublin.
A skier was caught up in a huge avalanche as it crashed down a mountain - but miraculously escaped unharmed.
The incredible moment was caught on video as several unsuspecting skiers were using the slopes.
In the video, several small areas of snow fall down the mountainside, destabilising the area above.
Suddenly a huge avalanche forms, and a cloud of snow falls down onto the slope where several skiers are passing.
One skier seems to get caught in the landslide but reportedly escaped unscathed.
No injuries have been reported in the incident.
The video was filmed at Baquiera Beret, Spain's largest ski station located in the Catalan Pyrenees.
Passengers on a packed bus were sent flying after a violent fight broke out between two women.
As the women shout and hit each other people caught up beside the brawl are knocked out of the way.
The fight took place on the crowded vehicle in Volgograd in Russia and the vicious women can be heard shouting and swearing at each other.
A passenger sitting at the back of the bus captured the scrap on their mobile phone as the women went at each other in the area usually reserved for prams and wheelchairs.
A naked woman was among a number of spa guests who needed rescuing from the first floor by firefghters when a blaze broke out.
Without enough time to gab their clothes, several customers were forced to flee the bath house with nothing on.
They had been guided to an open first-floor window when the fire broke out and fled down a ladder.
Meanwhile others managed to escape through the front door, with thick smoke billowing out every open window.
Many naked clients had no time to gather their personal belongings, and many of them were seen stark naked as they climbed out the window, where firefighters had set up ladders to help them to safety.
A man who was caught short outside a residential tower block had instant karma when he slipped over in his own mess.
Gross CCTV footage shows the unidentified man in a blue t-shirt turn into the entrance way as he is walking down the street with a friend.
Appearing to have a bad stomach he can be seen putting his hands on his bottom before turning around, pulling down his trousers and squatting to relieve himself.
But he ended up on his backside after slipping and losing his balance leaving him with no choice but to pull up his pants and trousers and run off.
The footage was recorded at 6.30am on Saturday at the entrance to a tower block in Rosario, Argentina.
An incredible ancient ritual site containing human remains from a thousand years ago has been discovered in an underwater cave system.
Divers also found a possible breakthrough link between the Mayan culture and prehistoric society in the Sac Actun cave system on the Yucatan Peninsula in Quintana Roo state, Mexico.
Incredible underwater footage shows these newly uncovered links to the ancient past - including a cracked human skull - in the recently discovered caves.
Fossils of giant sloths, extinct bears and masks of the Mayan god of commerce are some of the objects uncovered there.
Altars, walls and the Mayan burial site with human remains are some of the most important finds.
Of the 198 objects uncovered, 138 are believed to be from the postclassic Mayan period (900-1200 AD), and the 60 remaining objects seem to be from Preceramic era (10,000-4,000 BC).
The heart-stopping moment a bouncy castle was blown upside down tipping children onto the ground below was captured on camera.
Three kids were injured after strong winds lifted the brightly-coloured inflatable and saw them crash onto tables and chairs and the floor.
The accident took place in Huangping County Cultural Plaza, China, and two of the children are believed to be in a serious condition.
The bouncy castle had been set up in the square by a private company but it appears it may not have been securely fastened to the ground.
Sex facts that are just for the adults.
A woman was pushed violently to the ground in a shocking road rage incident caught on camera.
Police in the US are now investigating the violent incident which was filmed in Nashua, New Hampshire, on Sunday.
In the video, a woman wearing a yellow coat gets out of her car which is stopped in traffic and marches angrily over to the car in front.
A man gets out and pushes her so hard that she flies backwards through the air and lands on her back on the snow-covered road.
Jennifer Needham filmed the disturbing incident on her phone and posted the video on Facebook.
A matador screamed in pain as an 1,000-lb bull pinned him to the ground and gored him repeatedly in his bottom during a bullfight in Colombia.
Spanish matador Julian Lopez, 35, was tossed into the air like a ragdoll by the injured bull before he was stabbed by the animal's deadly horns at La Santamaria bullring in Bogota, Colombia on Sunday.
Video shows Lopez taunt the bull which was already stabbed and bleeding.
Lopez waved his red flag at the bull but the animal skipped his target and struck Lopez repeatedly with his horns instead.
Lopez was pinned to the ground between the bulls horns and gored repeatedly.
Men rushed to his aid and threw a large purple cloth over the bull's head to distract the animal so his victim could escape.
A man has been knocked out cold by his friend after he challenged him to a dangerous dare which sees him fall motionless to the floor.
Jordan Sharpe tempts fate by telling his pal: "Guarantee you, I don't go down."
A man, who hasn't been identified, then delivers a ferocious right hook which sends pal Jordan sprawling across a bottle-strewn table.
The clip - which has been viewed and retweeted thousands of times - was filmed in Jordan's flat in Dumbarton, in Scotland on Saturday night after a drunken session.
Jordan was out cold for two to three minutes, according to friends, but is apparently none the worse for his experience as a human punchbag.
The 19-second clip was filmed and posted by Kevin McElroy, 28, who captioned it with Jordan's ill-chosen "last" words.
A prolific burglar has been locked up - after breaking into the home of a CCTV engineer.
Darren Gaylor, 43, was recorded climbing through the top window of a home in Estover, Plymouth.
The drug addict has now been jailed for three-and-a-half years at Plymouth Crown Court for the burglary and two new break-ins after he relapsed using heroin.
Judge Ian Lawrie told him: “All the efforts in the world do not appear to be help you when you lapse into drugs use.”
Gaylor, of Linketty Lane West, Hartley, pleaded guilty to burgling the home on December 11 last year, reports the Plymouth Herald .
WARNING GRAPHIC IMAGES: Marines were taught to find various sources of water and food in a tropical forest ranging from animal's blood to water inside vines
Thai marines led a jungle survival training for foreign soldiers on Monday as part of the annual Cobra Gold exercises, Asia's largest multi-national military drills.
This year, the US marines were joined by South Korean soldiers, as they were taught to find various sources of water and food in a tropical forest ranging from animal's blood to water inside vines.
In one stomach-churning exercise, soldiers drank snake blood straight from the mouth of a cobra.
One US marine, from Okinawa base, said: "Fishy. Tastes like fish. It's interesting."
Dramatic footage shows a woman being hauled out of a freezing cold river by emergency services in Liverpool.
Rescuers swooped down to the River Mersey at Pier Head following reports that a person was stranded out in the water on Monday.
Police , firefighters and ambulance workers all rushed to the woman's aid at the city waterfront.
Video footage shows the woman, said to be in her 40s or 50s, being dragged on board a sea rescue dinghy, still apparently conscious and breathing.
A man had started preparing to jump into the Mersey to save her, but he was told, “You’re not going in there, it’s too cold!” the Liverpool Echo reports.
A lifebuoy was flung from the dock to help her, and a coastguard or fire service search and rescue boat extended an oar towards the woman.
A self-confessed gun fanatic filmed himself sawing his gun to pieces in protest over the Florida shooting.
Scott Pappalardo films himself with his AR-15 assault rifle which he said he had bought and legally registered over 30 years ago.
And he is such a believer in the second amendment - the rights of people to keep and bear arms - that he even has it tattooed on his arm.
But he said although his weapon is "a lot of fun to shoot" he said he is not a hunter and has never killed anything with it.
Proving he still has a winning sense of humour despite being 'killed off' this week, Sylvester Stallone celebrated his 'resurrection' in hilarious fashion.
The Rocky actor fell victim to a cruel Internet hoax that claimed he'd died after battling prostate cancer.
A mysterious account shared pictures of the Rocky star looking unwell and balding - but it's thought this was from a movie role.
As the speculation spread, his brother Frank Stallone stepped in to put the record straight.
A 14-year-old from St. Petersburg is facing charges after deputies say he posted a photo on Snapchat threatening a school shooting.
According to Pinellas County detectives, the teenager posted a picture around 11 p.m. on Friday that said, “Round 3 on Florida on Tuesday.” Investigators say the photo indicated the shooting would take place at the Lealman Innovation Academy, where the suspect is a student.
The picture showed the teen holding what appeared to be an AR-15 style assault rifle. Detectives later recovered it and identified it as a BB gun.
The photo was taken just two days after a gunman opened fire at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, killing 17 people.
The sheriff’s office was notified of the post on Saturday afternoon after concerned citizens reported it. Shortly after they found out, they identified the suspect and went to his home.
According to the sheriff’s office, the suspect immediately told detectives, “I know why you are here, because of the photo.” The teen showed detectives the picture and admitted he took the selfie and posted it on his Snapchat.
A substitute teacher at Western Guilford Middle School in Guilford County was fired after a video surfaced of him body-slamming a student.
The student’s mother shared the video on Facebook, adding the incident happened on Valentine’s Day, and that she wants justice.
Jose Escudero, the student, told Fox8 in Greensboro, High Point and Winston-Salem that the altercation started over a box of chocolates.
A woman was left with blood gushing down her face after she confronted a man for calling an Indian shopper a 'black dog'.
Police are still searching for the man who allegedly physically abused Melbourne shopper Simone Wibenga after she confronted him at the Preston Coles.
Ms Wibenga tried to talk to the man after she reportedly saw him teasing a woman with Indian appearance at the checkout.