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Extended aerial footage has emerged of the terrifying scene that played out at Cincinnati Zoo.

'These are like your children': Shocked keeper who raised gorilla left in tears

Cincinnati's Zoo Director also admits giant silverback Harambe had shown no signs of harming the boy after he fell into his pit.

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New Zealand woman missing after crocodile attack in Queensland

Police say the woman was from New South Wales and was visiting friends.

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Henry Hall, 6, made a plea for adults to stop ruining the planet with litter.

'The planet is gonna be wrecked' - boy gets very, very upset over the damage people are doing to environment

A mum discovered her son's passion for the environment when she picked him up.

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There has been outrage since Qiaobi decided this was a good way to market its laundry gel balls.

Video: Chinese detergent maker sorry for ad in which black man is 'washed' to become pale Asian

The Chinese maker first said it shunned racial discrimination - then tried to blame the world's media for drawing attention to the ad.

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Following the completion of an internal inquiry, the show aired this apology last night.

'Multiple and serious mistakes' - 60 Minutes issues live on air apology over botched kidnapping

The Nine Network last night aired an apology segment on "how things went so horribly wrong".

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There's growing concern for the civilians of Fallujah still trapped in the city controlled by the extremists.

Iraqi forces set to launch offensive on ISIS-held Fallujah

The city is one of the last major ISIS strongholds in Iraq.

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Two people, including a gunman, have been killed in the incident.

Gunman killed in Houston shooting, residents warned to stay indoors

Two armed suspects were shot in the incident. One was killed, the other was wounded.

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Robert Gropel was climbing the world’s highest mountain with his wife Maria Strydom. Only he returned.

'It was my job to get her home' - grieving Aussie mountaineer blames himself for wife's Everest death

Robert Gropel gave a tearful interview on Australian television last night.

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Sergeant Paul Riggs returned home to the US, surprising his teacher mother Paula Riggs at work.

Surprise! This mum's reaction to seeing her Marine son walk into a room after two years apart is priceless

One minute Paula Riggs was talking to her pupils. The next, she was in tears.

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The cake-throwing was thought to be in protest to the far-left politician's policy on refugees.

Video: Cake thrown in face of German opposition leader by protester

Sahra Wagenknechtg got more than she bargained for over the weekend.

In this Sunday, May 29, 2016 photo, supplied by the Ukrainian Emergency Situations Ministry Press Service, emergency ministry employees search a site of a fire at Litchi, Kiev region, Ukraine. Ukraine's emergency services say a fire has swept through a private home for the aged, killing over a dozen of the 35 residents and injuring five others. No cause has yet been determined for the fire that broke out early Sunday in Litochki, a village 42 kilometers (25 miles) north of Kiev, the capital. (Ukrainian Emergency Situations Ministry Press Service Photo via AP)

Fire at Ukrainian rest home kills 17, injures five

The country's government has set up a commission to investigate the fire.

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A vessel carrying the migrants to Europe sank, sending thousands into the sea.

More than 700 feared dead in recent Mediterranean crossings

It's thought to be the largest loss of life in the Mediterranean since April 2015.

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Australian researchers have been working on the technology, which can send and receive signals from the brain.

New robotic arm could help amputees regain sense of touch

Australian researchers have been working on the technology, which can send and receive signals from the brain.

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The kids were taking shelter under a tree when lightning struck during a football match.

Children on life support after lightning strike in Germany

The kids were taking shelter under a tree when lightning struck during a football match.

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Jeb Corliss, also known as the “Human Arrow”, flew through the air at nearly 200 kmh.

Wingsuit-wearing 'human arrow' flies across Great Wall of China at 200 km/h

Jeb Corliss was dropped from a helicopter at 6000 feet before hitting an apple sized target.

The BEAM blow-up space station module at full size

NASA successfully inflates its blow-up space station room

The operation took longer than expected, but victory, when it came, was sweet.

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The policeman was moving a branch off a road when another tree came tumbling down.

Timber! Lucky US cop narrowly avoids massive falling tree

The cop was clearing branches off a road when the tree came toppling down.

'Too sensitive' - company defends 'racist' Chinese detergent ad

The ad, which features a young black man being shoved into a washing machine, has caused outrage.

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Students from Atuler village in Sichuan put their lives on the line, just to get an education.

Think your commute is bad? Kids in China scale 800m cliff to get to school

Students from Atuler village in Sichuan put their lives on the line, just to get an education.

A vehicle trapped in rising flood water in Magnolia, Texas.

Two dead, five missing after heavy rain in Texas, Kansas

Swollen rivers have overrun communities, washing away mobile homes.

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This incident in Canberra  should be a salutary lesson to us all about driving to the conditions.

This is why you go slow in the wet! Van rolls after losing control in greasy conditions

This incident in Canberra should be a salutary lesson to us all about driving to the conditions.

People jump off a boat moments before it overturns off the Libyan coast.

Italian, Irish, German ships save more than 650 migrants

A multi-national patrol south of Sicily has saved thousands of people this week.

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Eight children and three adults were hit by lightning during the party at a Paris park.

Eight children among 11 struck by lightning in a Paris park

Six of those affected are seriously injured, including four children and two adults.

Emergency services on the Hudson River in New York after a P-47 Thunderbolt crashed and sank.

Probe underway into fatal river crash of vintage WWII plane

Divers recovered the body of the 56-year-old pilot about three hours after the crash.

Migrants stand behind a fence at the Nizip refugee camp in Gaziantep province, southeastern Turkey, Saturday, April 23, 2016.  German Chancellor Angela Merkel and top European Union officials, under pressure to reassess a migrant deportation deal with Turkey, are traveling close to Turkey's border with Syria on Saturday in a bid to bolster the troubled agreement.  (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

German opposition leader attacked with cake over migrants

A German opposition leader has had a cake shoved in her face at a party meeting.

Spanish police snatch seven suspects of large Francis Bacon art heist

The seven people arrested are suspected of stealing five paintings by the Irish-born painter Francis Bacon worth over $40 million.

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The republican presidential nominee was holding a rally in the Fresno area, and police were forced to bust through a line of protesters to access a venue.

Hundreds gather to protest Donald Trump outside stadium

The presidential nominee was at a rally where police were forced to bust through a line of protesters to access a venue.

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The World Health Organisation was petitioned by 150 scientists, who wanted to sporting event to be put on hold or relocated.

WHO rejects calls to postpone Olympics over Zika threat

The World Health Organisation was petitioned by 150 scientists, who wanted to sporting event to be put on hold or relocated.

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