Bystanders would have been forgiven for mistaking this koala for a monkey as the furry creature showed off some expert tree-climbing skills in bushland on Kangaroo Island, South Australia, on November 28.The koala was seen pouncing from its starting position at the base of a tree in Cygnet River before scaling a large tree and leaping between several branches.“Have you ever seen a Koala climbing this fast?,” local tour group Exceptional Kangaroo Island captioned the video in a post to Facebook on December 2. Credit: Exceptional Kangaroo Island via Storyful
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No, it's not David and Natalie.
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A 66-year-old man has been charged with the murder of two women in Kent more than 30 years ago. Police said David Fuller, from Heathfield, East Sussex, has been charged with two counts of murder in connection with the deaths of Wendy Knell and Caroline Pierce in 1987. He has been remanded in custody to appear before Medway Magistrates' Court on Saturday. Assistant chief constable Tracey Harman, of the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate, said: "Whilst more than three decades have passed since these murders took place, I would urge anyone who has any information, no matter how minor or insignificant it may appear to be, to contact us." Shop manager Ms Knell, 25, was found sexually assaulted and beaten to death in her bedsit in Guildford Road, Tunbridge Wells, on June 23, after failing to turn up for work. The second victim, also from Tunbridge Wells, was killed five months later after being attacked outside her home in Grosvenor Park. Ms Pierce was last seen at about midnight on November 24 1987, when she was dropped off by a taxi at her home. Screams were heard outside the house and her body was found by a farm worker in a drainage ditch 40 miles away on Romney Marsh on December 15 that year. Police charged Mr Fuller following a cold case review of the deaths which became known as the Bedsit Murders. Anyone with any information is asked to contact Kent Police on 01622 652006 quoting case reference 46/YY/16746/20 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Supporters of US President Donald Trump camped out overnight in Valdosta, Georgia, on December 5, ahead of a so-called “victory rally” by Trump and Republican senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler.According to local news reports, more than 15,000 people are expected to attend the event at Valdosta Regional Airport, where Trump will campaign for senators Perdue and Loeffler ahead of the upcoming runoff election.This footage, recorded by Brendan Gutenschwager, shows supporters camped out just before 1 am. Credit: Brendan Gutenschwager via Storyful
Moscow began distributing the Sputnik V COVID-19 shot via 70 clinics on Saturday, marking Russia's first mass vaccination against the disease, the city's coronavirus task force said. The task force said the Russian-made vaccine would first be made available to doctors and other medical workers, teachers and social workers because they ran the highest risk of exposure to the disease. "You are working at an educational institution and have top-priority for the COVID-19 vaccine, free of charge," read a phone text message received by one Muscovite, an elementary school teacher, early on Saturday and seen by Reuters.
The One-Day International series between South Africa and England will start in Paarl on Sunday after the host's squad returned a full set of negative results in their latest round of coronavirus testing, officials have confirmed. The series due to start on Friday had been thrown into doubt after a South African player tested positive in the team's bio-secure hotel environment during mandatory testing, with the first match at Newlands postponed an hour before its start. England expressed concern over the strength of the bio-secure environment after the positive result, while a South African team investigation has not yet shown how the unnamed player caught the virus.
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Argentina's Senate passed a tax on about 12,000 of the country's richest people on Friday, to pay for coronavirus measures including medical supplies and relief for the poor and small businesses.
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Indonesia has lodged a formal protest with Britain after a UK-based separatist leader announced an interim government-in-exile for the restive Papua province.
The Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings will not be directly impacted by the new California stay-at-home order as the teams continue their preparations for the upcoming season. The San Francisco Chronicle reported Friday that the Warriors can practice and play games at the new Chase Center, while the Sacramento Bee reported that the Kings also can continue preparations in their home arena.
At a recent fans' forum, United's executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward said Solskjaer's side is making progress despite a turbulent start to the new campaign. However, the Solskjaer's position again came under scrutiny after United's 3-1 defeat by Paris St Germain on Wednesday which left their qualification in the Champions League hanging in the balance.
Much of California is on the brink of sweeping new restrictions on businesses and activities, a desperate attempt to slow the frighteningly rapid escalation of coronavirus cases that threatens to overwhelm hospitals. Five San Francisco Bay Area counties imposed a new stay-at-home order for their residents that will take effect Sunday.