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Two British holidaymakers have died from Legionnaires' disease shortly after staying at a Bulgarian hotel promoted by tour operator Jet2.
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IPOH, Aug 22 - For the past two years since their younger brother became paralysed following a fall from a bicycle, Ng Kok Onn @ Ng Kok Choon and younger sister Ng Kwai Yee have been caring for...
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Trolling off the California coast, Sarah Bates leans over the side of her boat and pulls out a long, silvery fish prized by anglers and seafood lovers: wild king salmon. Reeling in a fish "feels good every time," but this year has been surprisingly good, said Bates, a commercial troller based in San Francisco. It's a sharp reversal for chinook salmon, also known as king salmon, an iconic species that helps sustain many Pacific Coast fishing communities.
Ronnie Haislip captured video of Herman, an orphaned crow he found and took in when it was two weeks old, bullying his rescued pit bull Winnie at his home in Nolensville, Tennessee.Haislip, who created the Facebook page Herman the Crow and Friends to document the activities of the quirky bird, told Storyful Herman was a very jealous bird and seeing Haislip around his dogs upset him.Herman would peck Haislip as a form of retaliation: “I was running and playing with the dogs and Herman attacked my head, he hammered that beak on my head until it bled,” Haislip said.This footage, shot in October 2014, was the first occasion Haislip can recall where Herman attacked his dog. Herman can be seen in the video pecking Winnie until the pit bull retreats to the barn for cover.According to the Herman the Crow and Friends Facebook page, Herman flew off to live independently in 2016. Credit: Ronnie Haislip/ Herman the Crow and Friends via Storyful
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Pun, 22, was still at the Hong Kong airport on the morning of Aug. 14 after a night of clashes with police, when protesters also controversially harassed two mainland Chinese and caused all flights to be cancelled for the day.