A British special forces sniper saved the lives of a boy and his father who were about to be beheaded by Islamic State jihadists by firing a shot at the head of the executioner from his position more than half a mile away, a British newspaper reported. According...
Kangaroos are a common sight for Australian vineyard owner Bill Shrapnel. But a winter storm this week was the first time he'd seen a 'roo in the snow. Shrapnel guesses about 30 of the "timid" and "watchful" creatures live on his 77-acre Colmar Estate vineyard in Orange, New South Wales.
A man in England was shocked to find the driver ahead of him had her eyes on a windshield-mounted television instead of on the road.A man in England realized the driver ahead of him had her eyes on two windshield-mounted screens instead of on the road. Shocked, he pulled out his phone and filmed a confrontation with her while in traffic. Luke Page made the video while stuck in traffic on the A127 near Essex, England, when he realized the woman ...
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