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Residents of Faisalabad torture, shave head of child’s kidnapper

FAISALABAD: Locals of Faisalabad on Sunday caught and subjected a man to torture who assayed to kidnap a minor girl from Gharibabad area, ARY News reported. After beating the suspect, the residents of the area handed him over to police. They said the suspect was trying to abduct the five-year-old girl, Arfa.  ARY News correspondent Muhammed Kashif said this was second abductor who was caught in a month by the citizens of the area. "When he tried to flee with the girl, he was intercepted by the residents and…

WATCH: Crocodile snatches fisherman’s catch in Australian river, video goes viral

A video of a crocodile rushing towards a fish caught on the bait by a fisherman and ‘snatching’ it is now going viral on the internet. The video was shot in Australia. Known to be the state’s most dangerous water crossing because it is a feeding ground for saltwater crocodiles, Cahill Crossing saw yet another instance in which a crocodile in swift motion swam up to a fisherman’s catch and lunged at it, all in the matter of just a few seconds. The video shows by-standers recording the sight on their phones, while the…

Despite Trump vow to end catch and release, he is still freeing thousands of migrants

MCALLEN, TEXAS: Standing on the bluffs of Roma, Texas on a May afternoon two border patrol agents look out over the meandering Rio Grande River that separates Mexico from the United States and recall a time when the scene was far less tranquil. Last fall, during the waning months of the Obama administration, hundreds of immigrants crossed the river on rafts at this point each day, many willingly handing themselves over to immigration authorities in hopes of being released into the United States to await court proceedings…

Australian zoo urges people to catch deadly spiders

MELBOURNE: An Australian zookeeper on Tuesday urged people to catch and donate deadly funnel-web spiders, to help replenish stocks of antidote running low after a spate of spider bites. The Australian Reptile Park, the country's sole supplier of funnel-web venom to antidote producers since 1981, relies on the public to hand in spiders that are milked for the venom used to produce an antidote. The anti-venom program was now at risk after too few spiders were donated last year and a recent heatwave encouraged more spider…

Australia zoo urges people to catch deadly spiders as antidote runs low

SYDNEY: An Australian zookeeper on Tuesday urged people to catch and donate deadly funnel-web spiders, to help replenish stocks of antidote running low after a spate of spider bites. The Australian Reptile Park, the country's sole supplier of funnel-web venom to antidote producers since 1981, relies on the public to hand in spiders that are milked for the venom used to produce an antidote. The anti-venom program was now at risk after too few spiders were donated last year and a recent heatwave encouraged more spider…