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Donald Trump Honors Hero Dog Conan For Assisting Raid On ISIS Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

Donald Trump Honors Hero Dog Conan For Assisting Raid On ISIS Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

Donald Trump, the president of the United States of America, honored Conan, the dog that assisted the raid on Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, an ISIS leader that was killed during a raid earlier this year. Conan…

Hero In Disguise: Asda Delivery Driver Runs Into Burning Building To Save 7-Week-Old Baby

Hero In Disguise: Asda Delivery Driver Runs Into Burning Building To Save 7-Week-Old Baby

26-year-old Asda delivery driver is now being called a hero after he saved a newborn baby that was trapped inside a building after hearing the baby cry. Habeel Khan, the delivery driver, was making his…

Double Amputee High-School Wrestler Has Both His Prosthetic Legs Stolen Ahead Of State Championships

Double Amputee High-School Wrestler Has Both His Prosthetic Legs Stolen Ahead Of State Championships

A double amputee California high-school wrestler had both his prosthetic legs stolen from his high-school’s gym closet ahead of the California State Championships. Brett Winters, who was born without tibia bones, said it means that…

Tesla’s New Cybertruck Gets 200,000 Orders Even After “Failed” Launch And Despite No Paid Endorsements

Tesla’s New Cybertruck Gets 200,000 Orders Even After “Failed” Launch And Despite No Paid Endorsements

Tesla’s new electric pickup truck, which is the Cybertruck, has secured almost 200,000 orders 4 days after its big reveal went wrong. The announcement was made by Elon Musk, the CEO and founder of the…

Iman “The Last Known Female Sumatran Rhino In Malaysia” Has Passed Away

Iman “The Last Known Female Sumatran Rhino In Malaysia” Has Passed Away

With an official confirmation about the death of the last Sumatran Rhino, the specimen is now officially extinct in Malaysia. Iman, the 25-year-old female Sumatran rhino, died on Saturday on the island of Borneo. Iman…

50 Percent Of The Current Donkey Population Could Be Killed In The Next 5 Years Due To The Rising Demand Of Chinese Medicine

50 Percent Of The Current Donkey Population Could Be Killed In The Next 5 Years Due To The Rising Demand Of Chinese Medicine

According to a new report, half of the world’s donkey population could be killed in the next 5 years. In the new study, it states that 50 percent of the donkeys in the world can…

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