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Helicopter footage captured rescue response vehicles attempting to reach hotel Rigopiano, a luxury ski resort in the mountain village of Farindola, Pescara province, after it was hit by an avalanche early on Thursday. Many are feared dead and up to 30 people are thought to be trapped inside the hotel, with rescue vehicles stationed in the nearby village of Penne in a bid to get to those trapped in the building and under the snow. However, heavy snow has blocked roads to the site. Antonio Crocetta, head of the mountain rescue team, has stated that many people have died. The roof of the hotel partially fell in during the snowslide, according to local reports, with at least 20 tourists and seven staff members inside the building at the time. The roof of the hotel partially fell in during the snowslide, according to local reports, with at least 20 tourists and seven staff members inside the building at the time.
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Hundreds of students, faculty staff and workers hit the streets of Rio de Janeiro, Wednesday, to march against the possible closing of the Rio de Janeiro State University (UERJ) on Wednesday. SOT, Leonardo Guimares, Student (English): "Hard times. Our education is in danger, absolutely in danger, in Rio de Janeiro, you have a big university, there is more than 20,000 students. The professors, they are not receiving their money, the students can't afford university, can't afford transportation, they are also not receiving their help, and now we are here to say to the government of Rio de Janeiro, to our governor, Pezao, that we are here to save UERJ. We are here to defend public education." Video ID: 20170118- 044 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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There's a mass exodus underway this week at the White House, as President Barack Obama and his staff pack up their offices and turn in their BlackBerrys.
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The biggest threat to the colobus is habitat loss. When forests are cut down to make room for agriculture, settlements, and roads, the colobus monkey loses its home. Mom and baby will be bonding behind the scenes during the cold months but will be viewable in their outdoor space later this year. About the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is home to more than 500 animal and 3000 plant species and is internationally known for its success in the protection and propagation of endangered animals and plants. The Zoo's research facility, CREW, is a global leader in wildlife conservation and is dedicated to "Saving Species with Science". Zoo and CREW staff lead and support conservation projects all over the world . Learn more about ways you can support the Zoo's mission . -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Bleacher Report
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He's translated that on-field experience into almost immediate coaching success. The reported promotion from the Texans is likely an effort to keep him on their staff as long as possible amid outside interest. It's the most logical explanation for changing Crennel's status after guiding the top-ranked defense in 2016. Breer pointed out the Los Angeles Chargers and Washington Redskins both showed interest in Vrabel as a potential defensive coordinator. Wilson reported earlier in January the Los Angeles Rams even considered him in their search for a new head coach before hiring Sean McVay. Vrabel talked to Wilson about what he's learned since making the transition to the sideline: I think you're always learning and trying to study the game and trying to understand schemes and concepts. The biggest thing in coaching is being able to reach your players.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated the staff of Gazprom and Transneft on the launch of "three large industrial facilities" in Moscow on Wednesday. SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "Today is a good day, full of positive events. We continue the development of pipeline transport in Russia. And not only specialists, but also people who may even be far from energy, understand that it is not just a tube. I want to note that what we will witness is a launch of a complex of large industrial facilities." SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "I want to say that we are launching into the operation of three large industrial facilities: the Zapolyarye - Purpe and Kuyumba - Taishet pipelines and the second string of the Bovanenkovo - Ukhta gas pipeline. Their launch will significantly extend the capabilities of the Russian oil and gas industry, will benefit the entire Russian economy, it is an absolute fact, and, very importantly, will contribute to the further development of the regions of the Russian Federation.
Carscoops
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Jaguar, Bentley, Rolls-Royce, Maserati, Aston Martin... theyre all just now getting into the luxury SUV market now. But the Range Rover has been there a lot longer . 48 years, to be exact, since Land Rover started developing the first model, and 30 years since it first reached North America. Read more »
SABC Digital News
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It was a case of being in the right place at the right time for staff at the Kragga Kamma Game Park outside Port Elizabeth. They captured the birth of a giraffe calf on camera. Each birth is a celebration as world wide numbers are decreasing. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
South China Morning Post
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Societe Generale Valley made it clear they are still a force to be reckoned with in the Hong Kong Premiership on the weekend, defeating Natixis HKFC 33-14 with a brilliant display. HKFC entered the game with the chance to overtake Valley on the table but where blown away either side of half-time by their experienced opponents. Elsewhere, Bloomberg HK Scottish ensured the race for the league championship stayed well and truly alive with a 45-29 win over Herbert Smith Freehills HKCC, while...
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It was a case of being in the right place at the right time for staff at the Kragga Kamma Game Park outside Port Elizabeth. They captured the birth of a giraffe calf on camera. Each birth is a celebration as world wide numbers are decreasing. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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The act of clemency could be seen as a reversal, at least in part, of the Obama administration’s unprecedented criminal crackdown on leaking: The administration has brought charges in about nine cases, about twice as many as under all previous presidents combined. At the same time that Mr. Obama commuted the sentence of Ms. Manning, a low-ranking enlisted soldier at the time of her leaks, he also granted a pardon to Gen. James E. Cartwright, the former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and one of the highest-ranking officials ensnared in the leak crackdown. General Cartwright had pleaded guilty to lying about his conversations with reporters when questioned by F.B.I. agents in an investigation into leaks of classified information about cyberattacks on Iran’s nuclear program. In addition, Mr. Obama commuted the sentence of Oscarpez Rivera, who was part of a Puerto Rican nationalist group that carried out a string of bombings in the late 1970s and early 1980s; the other members of that group had long since been freed.
The Huffington Post
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Many have been forced from their ancestral land. Engaging in sustainable rural development in what is referred to as the "new Colombian countryside" is essential to building peace because it addresses the root causes of inequality and land tenure that drove the conflict. It is so important that it was the first issue agreed upon by the government and FARC in peace negotiations. "It's our job to, little by little, reconstruct the social fabric that was broken by displacement," Ricardo Sabogal, director of the office of land restitution, told Bloomberg News. Lutheran World Relief (LWR), in line with other interested observers, sees this as a pivotal moment for Colombia and the region. LWR staff in Colombia are focusing on supporting this investment in the new Colombian countryside , which will build on and preserve the newly won peace by promoting innovative programs with the private sector that promote family food security in former conflict areas.