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A car caught fire on the eastbound bore of the Caldecott Tunnel Monday morning, Mar. 16, 2015. Dozens of people fled from their vehicles on foot. <span class=meta>(Twitter/@Oaklandfirelive)</span>

from BBC News

Your pictures: Rain

"Why does it always rain on me?" Taken through a car window near Derwent Water in the Lake District. Wendy Stone

from Mail Online

By Emily Allen

Mirror mirror on the wall! This oblivious bird didn't notice when wildlife photographer Simon Litten crept up to him to snatch the amazing shot of him admiring himself in the reflection. Friend, foe, or... me? The RSPB said the territorial males are notorious for smashing into shiny surfaces in the springtime, as they mistake their reflections for rival mates Read more…

Badass motorcycle chariots - celebration of New South Wales police in Australia in 1936. - Imgur

The James Dean Commemorative Stamp Artist: M.J. Deas.

from BBC News

Syria crisis: Hospital strike deliberate, says MSF

Graphic: Kurdish groups, Turkey and the Islamic State

from Mail Online

Reconstruction of Richard III's armour looks like a stormtrooper

A reconstruction of King Richard III's armour. Shame they made it look so blame and like a Star Wars Stormtrooper.

from The Huffington Post

Two Bigfoots? 'Moving Beasts' Caught On Hiker's Camera

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Over 55 Dead Over 500 Injured In Cameroon Train Accident [PHOTOS] A Cameroonian train derailed on Friday killing over 55 people and injuring more than 600 people who were on board. Over 14 people are still trapped in the carriages. According to local media the accident occured in Eseka on the line between the countrys main cities Douala and the capital Yaounde. The train was said to be packed. The derailed train overturned near the tracks. Dead bodies and injured persons were also at the…

from BBC News

Texting drivers: Penalty points and fines to double

Drivers caught using their mobile phones will face 6 penalty points and a £200 fine with a new law set to come into force in the first half of 2017 - BBC News