Two-year-old Bei Bei can be seen ringing in the New Year at the Washington zoo, with sweet potatoes and honey. The treats were served out of a red box decorated with a dog to honor this year’s Chinese zodiac animal.
mexico earthquake yue.yang 2018-02-171 views A worker in a Mexico City office recorded a tense moment as his colleagues lined up against the walls watch the lights sway above them during a 7.2-magnitude earthquake that hit southwest Mexico on Feb. 16.
The footage was recorded in the Torre Diana office building.
The quake left nearly a million homes and businesses without power in Mexico City and the south and damaged at least 50 homes in Oaxaca.
The state, along with Mexico City, is still reeling from earthquakes that caused widespread damage in September and killed at least 471 people.
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Kelsey Elver shared a video on Twitter of her daughter Bailey, with a little help from her dad, competing in several Winter Olympic events. In the video, Bailey can be seen dominating indoor bobsledding, downhill skiing, and speed skating around the floor.
In the end, Bailey receives her gold medal, a Chips Ahoy cookie.
Part of an overpass has collapsed in Brazilian capital yue.yang 2018-02-060 views Part of an overpass collapsed in Brasilia on Tuesday, destroying cars, damaging part of a restaurant and snarling traffic in Brazil's capital. Governor Rodrigo Rollemberg said no one was hurt when the 30-metre (100-foot) piece of road collapsed. Local media broadcast images which showed the restaurant partially buried under the rubble. A member of the rescue team told journalists that at least two cars were destroyed by the overpass collapse.
Philippine President Duterte Oversees Bulldozing of Smuggled Luxury Cars yue.yang 2018-02-060 views Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte oversaw the destruction of several smuggled luxury vehicles during a ceremony on February 6, as part of a new policy to crack down on car smuggling. This footage was broadcast on the Presidential Communications Facebook page and was described as showing the destruction of 19 vehicles in Manila, as well as seven in Davao City and three in Cebu City. The ceremony came days after Duterte promised the destruction of the vehicles illegally brought to the country, the Philippine Star reported. Credit: Presidential Communications (Government of the Philippines) via Storyful