Ban 'shocked and appalled' by shelling of Gaza school
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon made plea for Israel and Hamas to end conflict and vehemently condemned the shelling of a U.N.-run school in the Gaza Strip. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
A jellyfish filmed swimming off the coast of Cornwall is thought to be the biggest ever caught on camera in Britain. The four-foot wide barrel jellyfish, which is also known as the dustbin-lid jellyfish, was filmed by diver and archeologist Robert Lenfert. Robert, 42, and his wife Natasha, 39, met the giant creature off Pendennis Point, near Falmouth, Cornwall. The pair swam beside the giant sea beast for half an hour as it glided through the water.
Videographer / Director: Robert Lenfert, Producer: Amanda Stringfellow, Editor: Jack Stevens.
Check out professional football freestyler Dan Magness attempting to break the freestlying world record by keeping the ball in the air for 24 hours. The Skiver sneaked out the office for some keepie-uppie tips from the master himself.
East London was awash with celebrities last night as Richard Branson and Natalie Imbruglia hosted their annual charity event, Through the Looking Glass. Kelly Rowland, Pearl Lowe and the Duchess of York were among those rubbing shoulders to help promote the event which aims to eradicate Fistula: a life-shattering childbirth injury which affects thousands of women in Nigeria. The celebs also offered their thoughts on Barack Obama as the next American president.