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Published: Fri, 20 Apr 2018 09:01:32 -0400


gay british cop doesn't want his black BF to quit him so he hangs him firmly by his right leg!gay british cop doesn't want his black BF to quit him so he hangs him firmly by his right leg!

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 08:29:51 -0400

Or other possible explanation: The Friday in Britain, the government has decided, that all refugees should stay in the UK. Nobody has to go.

Celebrate 420!Celebrate 420!

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 08:27:53 -0400

Episode 1 of The 420 Show. Produced as 4:20 of visual awesomeness to watch while you celebrate 420.

Robbery on taxi driver.Robbery on taxi driver.

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 08:27:05 -0400

It happened in Warsaw

WWII Gun Cam - Bristol Beaufighters Strafing Axis ShipsWWII Gun Cam - Bristol Beaufighters Strafing Axis Ships

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 08:05:30 -0400

Not my choice in music ffs either cunts, haha. Mind you it's hard not to sing along too .. Bristol Beaufighters strafing Axis ships and boats. WWII planes and gun camera footage. Cheers

Soros's Open Society Foundations Announces Exit from HungarySoros's Open Society Foundations Announces Exit from Hungary

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 08:02:03 -0400 | In a major victory for the Hungarian government and the Hungarian people who overwhelmingly re-elected it in the recent elections, the Open Society Foundations (OSF) has said it will leave Budapest after a sustained campaign against the globalist influence of George Soros. OSF chairman Patrick Gaspard personally travelled to Hungary's capital to inform around 100 members of staff there that the international grantmaking network founded by Soros will be moving its Eastern European operations to Berlin. After closing its Budapest office in August, the organisation will operate temporarily in Vienna before moving to a site in the German capital. The OSF's announcement followed that Soros' Central European University (CEU) is also planning to retreat from Hungary, with the institution having already signed an agreement with a landlord in Vienna where it will establish a campus. Earlier this month, Prime Minister Viktor Orb'an's conservative Fidesz party swept to victory in elections, winning a huge two-thirds majority of seats in the Hungarian parliament after a campaign vowing to protect citizens from Soros's plans to turn the country into a multicultural "nation of immigrants".

Lucky TerroristLucky Terrorist

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 07:57:08 -0400

An excerpt from street fighting in Iraq.

Watch: What's it like to fly into one of the world's most dangerous airports?Watch: What's it like to fly into one of the world's most dangerous airports?

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 07:50:00 -0400

Nepal's mountain pilots require more than just steady hands. The pilots fly from Kathmandu to the village of Lukla, which hangs 9,334ft (2,845 metres) above ground off a cliff in the Himalayas - and it's one of the world's most dangerous airports. "To be a Lukla pilot you have to be very disciplined and you must have a precise handling," says mountain pilot Prabhakar Ghimire to NBC Left Field . "Once you enter into the valley, you have to be pretty sure that Lukla is visible from your own eyes." Lukla Tenzing-Hillary airport lies at an elevation of almost 9,300ft, and its small runways guarantee a risky landing. Its airstrip is 1,729 feet long and 98ft wide, whereas the shortest runway at JFK airport in New York is 8,400ft long and 200ft wide. As a result, accidents are common and the difficult weather is often considered a factor. Since 2004, six airplanes have crashed en route to Lukla, half of which were fatal. "Mountain flying is very unforgiving. There is little margin for error," says Tara Air CEO Umesh C Rai. "The plane takes off from Kathmandu but after 10 to 15 minutes, the weather in Lukla suddenly closes and there's no visibility, or the tailwind has gone up beyond 10 knots. Tara Air do close to 18 to 20 flights per day from Kathmandu during the tourist seasons, Rai says, but the window of operations at Lukla airport is small. "Mountain pilots are absolutely crucial for Nepal," he continues. "And Lukla is one of the final hurdles a pilot has to clear before he gets all approval." A pilot requires almost seven years of training before they can be cleared to fly around Lukla. "In our country, where transportation is so difficult, getting people at remote areas and bring sick passengers, people who are in dire need of help: these things give you satisfaction." -This story was produced by NBC Left Field , which creates short, creative docs and features, all designed for social media and set-top boxes.

German Spitz, Barking At TV Full With AnimalsGerman Spitz, Barking At TV Full With Animals

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 07:46:18 -0400

German Spitz, Barking At TV

One day in the life of an animal shelter in Russia.One day in the life of an animal shelter in Russia.

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 07:42:54 -0400

These poor cats and dogs are kept in this shelter in terrible conditions.In Russia nobody cares about stray animals except phonatics. They have no money to create normal conditions for keeping them.If you want to help them , in the comments I will tell you how.

Snake catchers tug of war with massive pythonSnake catchers tug of war with massive python

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 07:42:02 -0400

A snake catcher has a tug-of-war with a seven feet long python - after it tried to escape down a hole. Animal centre workers were called after residents spotted the serpent slithering through paddy fields in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand. A rescue worker grabbed the serpent as it darted down a burrow in the bank of a wooden ditch. As the snake used all of its strength to hide in the depths, the man yanked it back out to be bagged up and driven away into the jungle. Onlooker Chawin Thodok, 30, who works at the emergency rescue service, said: ''The snakes can try to hide but we will catch them. They are strong but it didn't take a long time to get this one once my colleague pulled its tail. ''The snake was around 200cm long. ''The snake was taken to the trees away from homes and put back into the wild without harming it.''

Beautiful aerial views of Isle of Skye during mini heatwaveBeautiful aerial views of Isle of Skye during mini heatwave

Fri, 20 Apr 2018 07:42:02 -0400

This stunning drone footage captures the diverse sights of the Scottish Isle of Skye during a mini heatwave. The clip was filmed on April 17. +CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: MUSIC IS ROYALTY FREE+