Shauni-Leigh Dunn

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Healing the first world war: Royal Victoria Hospital, Netley – in pictures

Netley’s military hospital was built to service an empire’s army after the Crimean war. It stood for a century and saw two world wars before being demolished in 1966. Now, rare photographs have been uncovered from a private album dating from the first world war, which reveal the extraordinary daily …

Memory Lane: 1970s footballers at home – in pictures

With the football season under way, we had a rummage through Offside’s archive of Ray Wright’s photos from Goal magazine to see how players rolled in their cribs back in the day

Pakistan's street children

The number of children found living, working and begging on Pakistan's streets has been growing despite efforts to provide basic education and aid.<p>An estimated 1.5 million children live on the streets of Pakistan, according to various numbers from government surveys and private organisations.<p>Rana …

The Week in Pictures: Sept. 25 - Oct. 2


Shiite, Sunni Fighters Form Alliances to Battle ISIS in Iraq

BAGHDAD - When ISIS fighters tried to storm the Tigris River town of Dhuluiya north of Baghdad this week, they were repelled by a rare coalition of Sunni tribal fighters inside the town and Shiites in its sister city Balad on the opposite bank. The assault, which began late on Tuesday ran into …

Fall Is in the Air

It's my favorite time of year once again - yesterday was the autumnal equinox, marking the end of summer and the start of fall across the Northern Hemisphere. And 2014 appears to be the year we reach peak pumpkin spice. Autumn is the season of harvests, festivals, migrations, winter preparations, …

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Burmese men confess to killing British tourists on Koh Tao, Thai police say

Police in Thailand say two Burmese men have confessed to the murder of two British tourists on a popular resort island last month.<p>The bodies of Hannah Witheridge and David Miller were discovered early on September 15 on a beach on Koh Tao, a small southern island in Thailand. They were partially …

Selfies from outer space: Self-portraits by astronauts and robots far from Earth

Ebola Outbreak: Carnival Cruise Ship Isolates Potential Victim, Heads Home

The Carnival Magic is a 1,004-foot-long cruise ship that boasts restaurants, a spa, movie theater, sports area, comedy club, water park and now a …

25 Years Ago: The Earthquake Series

Malfunctioning traffic lights, a pot-smoking driver and a losing team didn't stop the San Francisco Examiner from reporting the news that people needed.<p>It was 25 years ago Oct. 17. On a beautiful, sunny October Tuesday in San Francisco, the Giants were hosting the Oakland Athletics in Game 3 of the …

The Terrifying Story Of The First Person To Walk In Space — And How He Almost Didn't Make It Back

Nearly 50 years ago, on March 18, 1965, cosmonaut Leonov became the first person to ever walk in outer space. The Soviet cosmonaut's spacewalk represented a great leap for humankind, as well as a significant one-up in the Space Race between the Soviet Union and the US.<p>But this triumphant tale of …

Space Exploration

A Reporter Trapped On The 'Ebola Cruise' Is Tweeting The Truth About It

A reporter is tweeting photos and updates from the Carnival cruise ship that turned around after the captain announced that someone on board might have been exposed to a Texas Ebola patient's fluids.<p>It's a pretty scary situation, but Eric Lupher, of Denver TV station KMGH, says that everyone on …


Japan Is Building The Fastest Train On Earth

Japan is launching a new super-fast train, the JR Tokai.<p>The Wall Street Journal reports that the new train will be able to carry commuters from Tokyo to Nagoya at blinding speeds of 300 mph thanks to magnetic levitation technology. The plan was approved on Friday by the Japanese government, The …

Deep thrills: Crazy cave trampolines in Wales | CNN Travel

Inside the Cruise Ship Quarantined Over Ebola Fear

Rumors swirled among 4,000 people about why they weren't moving but no one imagined the reason was connected to the world's most terrifying virus.<p>A …

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