A Taiwanese government agency says that an explosion caused by a gas leak in the country's second city killed 22 people, injured 270 and sent flames shooting 15 storeys into the air. Sarah Toms reports.
A JACK Russell shows no fear as she licks cleans the face of a female cheetah. The best friends are both based at the Cheetah Experience big cat centre in Bloemfontein, South Africa. Five-year-old rescue dog Chloe first clapped eyes on 14-month-old cheetah Eden during a morning walk - and now the pair spend hours together playing, nuzzling and cleaning one another. Although they live in separate areas of the park, the duo are reunited whenever the cheetahs are allowed into the big camp. And while they may seem like an unlikely pairing, this little and large-style friendship seems set to go from strength to strength.
Videographer / Director: Cheetah Experience, Producer: Tom Midlane, Editor: Jack Stevens.
An American black bear is recovering from a titanium lower jaw implant operation after animal handlers at a Mexican circus ripped off most of his lower jaw, apparently to prevent the bear from biting, authorities said.
Mark Sebba, the CEO of Net-A-Porter, thought he was just turning up to another ordinary day at work. But his colleagues decided to surprise him with this incredible tribute to say "thank you" for 11 years of having him at the helm. He may be the boss, but they clearly love him to bits! The song used is a parody of Aloe Blacc's brilliant hit single, "The Man" You can buy the original here: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/the-man-single/id810303113
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This is the moment that Orlando Bloom and Justin Bieber came close to blows as they squared off at Cipriani's restaurant in Ibiza. They were apparently arguing over Bloom's ex-wife Miranda Kerr who was reported to have got close to Bieber at a Victoria's...
Orphaned baby elephants to be reintegrated to the wild at new sanctuary
Three orphan elephants arrive at the sanctuary where they will be reintegrated into the wild. Quanza, Lima Lima and Zongoloni have been raised by keepers at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust after their parents were killed by poachers. The trio were taken from the nursery in Nairobi where they were raised to the new Umani Springs Reintegration Centre in the Kibwezi Forest.
Videographer: DSWT, Producer: Amanda Stringfellow, Editor: Joshua Douglas / Kyle Waters.