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Mountain Biking Down Snow Covered Mountain!
Powder snow biking on Vodno Mountain in Skopje, Macedonia. That looks like fun!
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Independence Dream Goes 'Down the Toilet'
A desolate independence supporter registered his dismay at the result of Scotland’s referendum, where voters chose to remain within the United Kingdom, by pouring one of the great symbols of Scotland down the toilet. Kevin Watson, who lives in Toronto but has family in Scotland, poured Scottish soft drink Irn-Bru down a toilet, just like the Scottish independence went down the toilet, he said. Credit: Instagram/kevinsworld3
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Floods Cascade Along Mandaluyong City Streets as Cyclists Navigate Roads
The remnants of tropical storm Mario, known internationally as Fung-wong, caused heavy rainfall in Manila and much of northern Philippines. The <a href="http://www.pagasa.dost.gov.ph/weather/daily-weather-forecast" target="_blank">Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration</a> warned that heavy rains may trigger more floods as well as landslides. This video showed flooded streets in Mandaluyong City, where cyclists and pedestrians were navigating the high water on September 19. Credit: Levie Emerson Santos Ignacio
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Obama Announces Authorization to Train Syrian Opposition
President Obama announced on <a href="http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2014/09/18/statement-president-congressional-authorization-train-syrian-opposition" target="_blank">September 18</a> that the United States Congress had moved to authorize the training of Syrian opposition forces to help combat Islamic State militants in the region. Speaking at the state dining room of the White House, the president said that the US will train the opposition in Syria and equip them to help “push back” IS.“These Syrian opposition forces are fighting both the brutality of ISIL terrorists and the tyranny of the Assad regime. We had already ramped up our assistance, including military assistance, to the Syrian opposition,” Obama said. “With this new effort, we’ll provide training and equipment to help them grow stronger and take on ISIL terrorists inside Syria. This program will be hosted outside of Syria, in partnership with Arab countries, and it will be matched by our increasing support for Iraqi government and Kurdish forces in Iraq.” The president’s full remarks can be found <a href="http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2014/09/18/statement-president-congressional-authorization-train-syrian-opposition" target="_blank">here</a>. Credit: The White House
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Counting Begins in Historic Scottish Vote
Polls in Scotland’s independence referendum closed at 10pm on September 18. Thirty-two centers were responsible for counting the millions of votes cast. This video shows a behind-the-scenes look at the Edinburgh count center. Credit: Facebook/Democracy UK
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Obama Meets With Ukrainian President Poroshenko
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko met with President Obama in the Oval Office on September 18. Obama took the opportunity to outline the economic and security assistance that the United States is providing Ukraine.Poroshenko spoke on Thursday in a joint meeting of Congress in Washington, D.C.. Remarking on the invitation by Speaker of the House John Boehner, a gesture of solidarity, the president said, “This is exactly what Ukraine needs most right now – unity and solidarity, not only with the United States, the United States Congress, but with the whole world.” Credit: The White House
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Polls Close to Cheers in Scotland
The polls closed to cheers in George Square, Glasgow, on September 18, as voting in Scotland’s independence referendum drew to an end. Pro-Scottish independence voters gathered at a rally in the square. This footage shows members of the crowd flying the Saltire and singing songs in celebratory anticipation of the result. Credit: Richard Chambers/NewsTalk
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Polls Close to Cheers in Glasgow
The polls closed to cheers in George Square, Glasgow, on September 18, as voting in Scotland’s independence referendum drew to an end. Pro-Scottish independence voters gathered at a rally in the square. This footage shows members of the crowd flying the Saltire and singing songs in celebratory anticipation of the vote. Credit: Richard Chambers/NewsTalk
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Looks like Shaki the female monkey really wants to eat her chicken rice meal. In her defence, we've all been in that situation at one point in our lives!
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Flaming Bagpipes Lead Yes Voters to Scottish Polls
The people of Craigmillar, just south of Edinburgh marched to vote in Scotland’s independence referendum today behind a flame-throwing set of bagpipes. In the staunchly pro-yes community, a bagpipe player led a march to the local polling station while one campaigner spoke about September 18 as “Scotland’s day of destiny”. Credit: YouTube/The Linc