Best of 2013: Gorilla shows kids who's boss
Best of 2013: Gorilla shows kids who's boss
Vehicles Set on Fire Amid Baltimore Unrest
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Yahoo editors have selected this video as a favorite of 2013. This viral clip from June was one of the top-performers of the year, garnering millions of views and hundreds of comments. In it, a group of taunting children learned first-hand that a gorilla can stand being called "ugly" just so many times, hand after an insulted primate got its revenge by scaring the pants off the kids. In the short video the kids can be seen pounding on the gorilla’s glass cage and insulting its appearance. After giving the kids its best 1,000-yard stare, the gorilla leaps toward the glass, giving the kids an epic scare. The gorilla then walks off, showing its hairy derriere to the kids. Gorilla: 1, Kids: 0.
People set fire to vehicles and stores in downtown Baltimore on April 27 after a protest turned violent. Police in riot gear clashed with a group of what appeared to be teenagers near Mondawmin Mall before spilling into the area neighborhoods. Teenagers were not the only ones involved in the unrest that spilled into the neighborhoods. This footage shows firefighters responding to a vehicle set on fire.Police were on scene <a href="http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-city/bal-university-of-baltimore-closes-amid-high-school-purge-threat-20150427-story.html" target="_blank">after fliers circulated</a> calling for a potentially violent protest. The mall and most area businesses closed ahead of the scheduled event. <a href="http://newswire.storyful.com/storylines/*/stories/98666?referred_from=World%20News">Police reported</a> seven officers were injured, including one who was unconscious. Police said they would use tear gas and pepper balls to try to control the unrest. The unrest unfolded hours after Freddie Gray’s funeral and in the same neighborhood. Gray’s death from injuries he allegedly sustained while in police custody is under investigation. There have been protests since Gray’s death, and the unrest came two days after confrontations between police and protesters broke out outside Orioles Park at Camden Yards during what had been otherwise peaceful demonstration. Credit: Instagram/nellaware
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The US Central Command continued to lead air strikes against Islamic State (IS) strongholds in parts of Syria and Iraq throughout April. The US is also developing programs to build the capacity of local armed forces to face the militant group, according to <a href="http://www.centcom.mil/en/news/articles/coalition-support-growing-for-build-partner-capacity-effort-in-iraq" target="_blank">a Centcom statement</a> on April 26.Aerial footage is described as showing an air strike on an IS-controlled site near Al Asad airbase on April 20, where the militant group <a href="http://newswire.storyful.com/storylines/YEMEN/stories/93688">made recent advances</a>. The strike destroyed an IS tactical unit, according to <a href="http://www.defense.gov/news/newsarticle.aspx?id=128621" target="_blank">a statement by the Department of Defense</a>. Credit: U.S. Central Command
This guy stand up and starts to shout "English only, usa!" And gets removed. From the auditorium!
Seven police officers were injured when protesters and officers clashed in downtown Baltimore on April 27. Captain Eric Kowalczyk, Baltimore police spokesman, said during a press conference that one officer is unconscious and others suffered broken bones. Protesters were throwing rocks and bricks when the group attacked officers “without provocation,” he said. He described the group as “outrageous criminals” and “lawless individuals.”He also said police will do all they can to restore order and protect the safety of the businesses and people who live in the in the Mondawmin Mall area. That includes using tear gas and pepper balls, he said. Police dispatched to the mall flyers circulated of a “purge” event organized by teenagers, <a href="http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-city/bal-university-of-baltimore-closes-amid-high-school-purge-threat-20150427-story.html" target="_blank">according to local media</a>. “Purge” events are based on the movie of the same name. The mall and other local businesses closed amid concerns of violence. The unrest happened the same day as Freddie Gray’s funeral, which was not far from the mall. Gray suffered spinal cord injuries during or after his April 12 arrest by Baltimore police and died a week later. Local authorities are investigating the circumstances of his arrest, and protesters have been marching since Gray’s death seeking answers. Credit: YouTube/Baltimore Police
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