Giant anaconda captured after eating neighbour's dog
Maths teacher Sebastien Bascoules captured a massive 17ft anaconda which ate his friend’s dog in French Guiana. The 39-year-old old wrestled the huge serpent out of a river close to his friend’s house, blindfolded it and left it in his bathtub over night. With the help of his friends and young sons Sebastien then released the 175lb anaconda into a large river six miles away.
Videographer / Director: Sebastien Bascoules, Producer: Jack McKay, Editor: Kyle Waters / Sonia Estal.
Obama thanks Congress for vote to aid Syrian rebels
During annual congressional picnic, U.S. President Barack Obama thanks members for voting in favor of arming and training moderate Syrian rebels to combat Islamic State. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Unicef Ambassador Selena Gomez urges fans to help prevent deaths of one million children in West Africa
Actress, recording artist and designer Selena Gomez is making a heartfelt appeal to her fans to support UNICEF's efforts to save children's lives in the Sahel region of West and Central Africa.
For more information about UNICEF's work in the Sahel region or to make a donation, please visit www.unicef.org.uk