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Eight people were found alive at Hotel Rigopiano in the mountain village of Farindola, Friday, over 48 hours after a series of earthquakes in central Italy caused an avalanche to bury the site in snow. Two of the survivors were reportedly taken to a hospital in nearby Pescara, while the six others are still being dug out from snow and rubble. At least one of the survivors is reportedly a young girl. Video ID: 20170120- 040 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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The world's first live adult streaming hologram, the Holo Cam, debuted on at the Adult Video News (AVN) Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas' Hard Rock hotel, on Thursday. SOT, Daron Lundeen, CamSoda CEO (English): "This is the first in the world live adult streaming hologram and the why we did this is because no one had done this before, holograms have been kind of this concept that people have been dreaming about since they saw Star Wars in the 1980's." SOT, Daron Lundeen, CamSoda CEO (in English): "The phone is all someone really needs. A regular smartphone and a hologram projector which you can buy on Amazon for 15 dollars." SOT, Daron Lundeen, CamSoda CEO (in English): "The way it works is that the reflection of the image on the phone display is what you are looking at is the hologram and because you're looking at it on all four sides you're getting a 360 degree hologram.
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A group of locals held a ceremony outside the American embassy in Kiev, on Friday, to congratulate US President-elect Donald Trump ahead of the US Presidential inauguration. The group could be seen holding posters with signs stating "Trump Welcome to Ukraine", "Trump - The Peace for Ukraine" and "You Can't Con People, Not for Long". The rally ended with the presentation of a large load of bread, which was laid outside the embassy between the Ukrainian and American flags. SOT, Speaker, wearing mask of US President Barack Obama (Russian): "I did not allow for the implementation of the Minsk agreement. I brought up the fact that your country lies in ruins today, but I pass the right to restore order to the 45th President of the United States. I believe that he will bring peace, safety and help with the stabilization of peace and understanding in the world.
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Journalist Ulrich Mattner guided a women-only group through Frankfurt's red light district, in a tourist tour known as 'Sex in the City,' on Thursday night. Mattner explained that the tour had been around for the past five years and that his connections to those working in the red light district allowed him to carry out such work. He took the group of women to visit two sex workers, one a dominatirx and the other a manager at a bar. SOT, Ulrich Mattner, Journalist (German): "The tour has been running for the past five years and today in Bordell we will go to Vanessa, to a dominatrix, and we're going to Claudia who is the manager of an Animier bar booth and we she will clarify why men will pay 300 euros for a bottle of champagne." Video ID: 20170120 030 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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A 20-metre-long (66ft) banner reading "Build bridges not walls" was unfurled from London's Tower Bridge, Friday, as anti-Trump activists around the UK and Europe carried out similar actions to protest the US president-elect's upcoming inauguration. The Tower Bridge drop was one of over 20 actions that took place simultaneously around Europe, timed for 08:30 AM, to mark Trump's inauguration. Eight other banner drops were organised in London, with similar messages left hanging from Southwark Bridge, Millennium Bridge and Waterloo Bridge. One of the campaign's organisers, Nona Hurkmans, outlined the reason for the action: "He's [Trump] threatened policies that we feel really affect peoples' rights, such as building the wall on the south border of the US, defunding planned parenthood, starting a Muslim registry or having a Muslim ban, those are things that really concern us and that's what we're standing against today.
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Journalist Ulrich Mattner guided a women-only group through Frankfurt's red light district, in a tourist tour known as 'Sex in the City,' on Thursday night. SOT, Ulrich Mattner, Journalist (German): "The tour has been running for the past five years and today in Bordell we will go to Vanessa, to a dominatrix, and we're going to Claudia who is the manager of an Animier bar booth and we she will clarify why men will pay 300 euros for a bottle of champagne." Video ID: 20170120 030 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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