Peruvians are racing to save animals caught up in a devastating oil spill, meet the man who takes care of Punxsutawney Phil, and more of today's top videos.
The Australian government has pledged to spend $704 million in order to try to save the Great Barrier Reef.
Rescuers on Friday were trying to free a beaked whale which has surfaced in Greek waters, trapped near a beach on the Athens riviera, officials said.
Peruvians are racing to save animals caught up in a devastating oil spill that has been blamed on a volcanic explosion near Tonga. Environment Minister Ruben Ramirez has said that some 6,000 barrels of oil were spilled in the incident, which has left oil on 21 beaches.
This giant panda cub born in Singapore is living up to its name which means happy. Buzz60’s Keri Lumm has more.
In the midst of a renovation, 50-year-old letters were found in a crumbling ventilation shaft.
Veterinarians in Turkey are going to need a lot of kibble to feed all these pups they’ve just rescued from the bitter cold.
Fatime Eliane was heavily pregnant with triplets when she decided to journey for three days by foot with 5 of her 7 children, in order to flee violence in northern Cameroon. Veuer’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
In the midst of a renovation, 50-year-old letters were found in a crumbling ventilation shaft. The letters were finally restored to their rightful owners. Buzz60’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
Flower farmer Leung Yat-shen has burned thousands of flowers he cannot sell this year as Hong Kong's stringent measures against the Omicron variant of coronavirus halved Lunar New Year demand. Ilan Rubens reports.
Joined by Olympic and Paralympic athletes, an inventor turned a sheet of ice atop a lake into a spinning piece of art to show his support for Finland's Olympic team heading to Beijing.
Workers had to free vehicles stuck under heavy snow as a snowstorm covered Amman, Jordan, closing roads and making driving conditions treacherous on Jan. 27.
Members of the U.S. National Guard took part in Winter Strike, a cold-weather, all-domain training, allowing participants to enhance their Arctic warfare capabilities.
Things to know today: The latest on Russia-Ukraine; reaction to Tenn. school board's removal of 'Maus'; Aussie Open finals are set. Plus, the weekend weather.
They all lived in Fukushima and developed thyroid cancer after an earthquake and tsunami damaged the reactor in 2011.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday defended his government's record, vowing to fight on as he braced for a potentially damning report into lockdown-breaching parties.
And they were even more high-tech than your modern day variety.
After achieving her dream of becoming the first female sculpting teacher at Baghdad's College of Fine Arts in years, this Iraqi artist now encourages a new generation of female students to join her classes.
At the age of 13, he was deported to a concentration camp. During the liberation of Theresienstadt on May 12, 1945, a Russian officer discovered him still breathing atop a heap of corpses.
The Slovak flying car, AirCar, manufactured by Klein Vision, has received its certificate of airworthiness.
If you ever head to Western Latvia, make sure you visit the crumbling Northern Forts of Liepaja. Explore the underground labyrinths or sit in a bunker to watch the sunset over the Baltic Sea.
Kurdish forces on Wednesday retook full control of a prison in northeast Syria where Islamic State group jihadists had been holed up since attacking it six days earlier.
This is a forensic reconstruction of the face of a female mummy who died in Egypt 2,600 years ago.
A rogue SpaceX rocket booster could collide with the moon in the next few weeks, space experts say. It could leave a crater on the far side of the moon.