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THE White House is on lockdown after a “suspicious package” was discovered with the Secret Service investigating.
A large fire damaged part of Hongkou Stadium, home turf of Chinese Super League side Shanghai Greenland Shenhua, on Tuesday, March 28. The blaze, which broke out early in the day, scorched part of the building?s exterior. There were no reports of any injuries. It?s believed the fire began in a section of the stadium used by climbers. Shanghai Shenhua made headlines in 2016 when they paid more than $89 million for Argentine striker Carlos Tevez. Credit: Twitter/Yicai Global ???? via Storyful
A surging river of lava poured from the Mount Etna volcano in Sicily, Italy on March 27, 2017. Mount Etna, Europe?s largest and most active volcano, experienced an increase in volcanic activity on March 15, reported at its southeast crater. Credit: My Etna Map via Storyful
Hobbyhorsing, a sport made up mostly of young girls, requires gymnastic control and athleticism to complete jumps over obstacles?all while keeping control of a horse on a stick. Photo: Tuffi Films
Two leading Republican senators have joined Democrats in questioning the objectivity of the chairman of House of Representatives intelligence committee in its investigation of possible Russian ties to US President Donald Trump's election campaign.
Waves crashed against the shoreline south of Mackay, Australia, as Cyclone Debbie, then a Category Four tropical cyclone, travelled west towards the north Queensland coastline, creating havoc on Tuesday, March 28. This video shows heavy snow-like foam thrown up by waves blowing in the wind close to a clubhouse in Sarina Beach, Queensland. Credit: Alex Woodhead via Storyful
IT’S not every day you see a shark lapping it up in an ocean swimming pool — but that’s exactly what happened on Sydney’s northern beaches on Tuesday.
A WOMAN is desperately seeking help to find her husband who she last spoke to during the peak of Cyclone Debbie when he called to say the roof was coming off their house.
The remains of two UN investigators who went missing earlier this month are likely among bodies discovered by villagers in central Democratic Republic of Congo, the father of one victim and Congo's government spokesman says.
British politicians have lambasted a popular tabloid for "moronic" sexism after it splashed a photo of Prime Minister Theresa May and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's legs across the front page with the headline "Never mind Brexit, who won Legs-it!"