Just as moving as watching a baby take its first steps is this footage of these critically endangered tiger cubs taking their first swim. At the London Zoo, Zac and Crispin enjoyed the water while their parents Gaysha and Asim watched on. Buzz60's Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
Why scientists in South America are putting tiny pants on tiny poisonous tree frogs, watch a pair of endangered tiger cubs swim for the first time at the London Zoo, and more of today's top videos.
The destruction of the Nova Kakhovka hydroelectric dam is one of the most significant disasters since the start of the war in Ukraine. Tens of thousands of civilians are threatened by the rising waters on both sides of the Dnipro River. Its destruction could also have dire consequences on Uk…
Pope Francis is recovering after undergoing surgery to remove intestinal scar tissue and repair a hernia in his abdominal wall, the latest maladies to befall the 86-year-old pontiff.
Ukrainian authorities are rushing supplies of drinking water to areas affected by flooding from a collapsed dam in southern Ukraine. They also are weighing where they might resettle residents who relied on the breached reservoir on the Dnieper River, which forms part of the front line of the…
Some reproductive health campaigners in southern Africa are hoping for a change in Namibia's abortion ban, which they say has forced many women to risk dangerous backroom procedures. The government has been holding public hearings about the current legislation ever since over 60,000 people s…
Evacuations are continuing along Ukraine's Dnipro River, as fears of a humanitarian disaster rise following the attack on a major Russian-held dam in Ukraine's south. Both sides are pointing fingers and trading blame. Whilst Moscow argues Kyiv damaged it through shelling, Ukraine’s President…
MBIRIKANI, Kenya — Parkeru Ntereka lost almost half of his goat herd to hungry lions that wandered into his pen located near Kenya's iconic Amboseli national park.
Archaeologists excavating a hilltop sanctuary on the Aegean Sea island of Kythnos have discovered "countless" pottery offerings left by ancient worshippers over the centuries, Greece's Culture Ministry said Wednesday.
An Italian fisherman caught a catfish that would have broken the world record for the largest ever to be caught, but lost out on the milestone after setting the monster fish free.
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Pope Francis is going the hospital for surgery on his intestine, two years after he had 33 centimeters (13 inches) of his colon removed because of an inflammation and narrowing of the large intestine. He left the Vatican shortly after 11 a.m. The Vatican said Francis, 86, would be put under general anesthesia and would be hospitalized for several days. Earlier Wednesday, the pontiff presided over his weekly general audience. The 86-year-old pope spent three days at the hospital in late March. Initially, the Vatican said he had gone in for scheduled tests, but the pontiff later revealed he had felt pain in his chest and was rushed to the hospital, where bronchitis was diagnosed. He was put on intravenous antibiotics and was released April 1, quipping that he was “still alive.”
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has met Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman amid strained relations between Riyadh and Washington. Blinken’s trip to Saudi Arabia that began Tuesday is his second since becoming America’s top diplomat. It also comes after Saudi Arabia under Prince Mohammed has become more willing to disregard the U.S. in striking its own decisions. However, Saudi Arabia and other Gulf Arab nations still rely on the U.S. to be the security guarantor for the region as tensions over Iran’s nuclear program spill over. Blinken will also meet with other Saudi officials, attend an anti-Islamic State meeting in Riyadh and meet with foreign ministers from the Gulf Cooperation Council.
One of the major events of the year is approaching in motorsports: the 24 Hours of Le Mans, set for June 10 and 11. The competition is celebrating its 100th year, bringing together the most elite of endurance pilots. Among them are the Iron Dames. The 100% female team has made a name for its…
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About 200 Canadian military personnel are now on the ground in Quebec as more than 160 wildfires burn, most of them out of control. Air quality advisories are in effect across much of the province, including Montreal.
On June 6, 1944, Allied troops invaded Normandy, France, to fight Nazi Germany in World War II.
World War II veterans, officials and visitors are commemorating D-Day on the beaches of Normandy to honor those who fought for freedom in the largest naval, air and land operation in history.
A major dam in southern Ukraine has collapsed, flooding villages, endangering crops in the country’s breadbasket and threatening drinking water supplies as thousands flee.
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The dramatic rupture of the dam that upheld Ukraine's largest reservoir released a torrent of water Tuesday, raising fears of widespread damage and flooding. Ukraine accused Russian forces of blowing up the facility, while Russian officials blamed Ukrainian military strikes.
Sudan's warring military factions clashed by air and on the ground in the country's capital on Tuesday, as increased violence and spreading lawlessness added to the misery of residents already struggling with limited food and medicine. Fighting between the army and paramilitary Rapid Support…
The Biden administration weighed in on the controversy over Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters, saying his recent performances in Germany were antisemitic.
At every stop on his Normandy trip, "Papa Jake" was greeted by people asking for a selfie — in return, he offered up a big hug, to their greatest joy.
Paris hopes that by the 2024 Olympics the Seine river will be completely swimmable. The idea is not completely outrageous, it was done at the first Paris Olympics of 1900. But the river faces unpredictable challenges. Veuer’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
Prince Harry has entered a courtroom witness box and sworn to tell the truth in testimony against a tabloid publisher he accuses of phone hacking and other unlawful snooping. Harry alleges that journalists at the Daily Mirror and its sister papers used unlawful techniques on an “industrial scale” to get scoops. Publisher Mirror Group Newspapers is contesting the claims. Harry faced cross-examination by the company’s lawyer Tuesday. The 38-year-old son of King Charles III is the first senior British royal since the 19th century to face questioning in a court. Harry has made a mission of holding the U.K. press to account for what he sees as its hounding of him and his family.
Blasts at a Soviet-era dam in the Russian controlled part of southern Ukraine on Tuesday unleashed floodwaters across the war zone, according to both Ukrainian and Russian forces who blamed each other for blowing-up the dam.
"I genuinely feel that in every relationship that I've ever had – be that with friends, girlfriends, with family or with the army, there's always been a third party involved, namely the tabloid press," Harry said in a written witness statement released Tuesday.