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Wrong bark! Daft dog is stuck at the top of a tree after chasing a cat

Lathrop, California, United States: Firefighters had to rescue a cat from a tree and the large dog that chased it up there. California’s Lathrop Manteca Fire District were called to the scene when a German shepherd was unable to move on a high branch, along with the terrified feline it had pursued. Firefighters used a ladder to pluck the hapless hound to safety, and the cat reportedly scampered off when it saw its chance. Lathrop Manteca FD said: „You may have heard that our firefighters get cats out of trees, but what about dogs?!?! Right after Truck 30 and Engine 35 dropped off Santa that was exactly their next call. Glad to hear that all turned out well for this pooch, and we are all pretty sure he’ll think twice about chasing cats up the next tree... nice work Engine 35!”

Artist paints traditional paintings of Gods of the Dao people

***EXCLUSIVE*** An artist surrounds himself with traditional Vietnamese works he has been painting in the same way for more than 40 years. Dang Phu Quyen paints in a small wooden room in his home, blending water colours, acrylic and paint across the paper. The 80-year-old has spent more than 40 years depicting the gods of the Dao people - an ethnic group in Vietnam.

Legacy Of Hate

Legacy Of Hate: White Supremacist groups emerged early-on in the history of United States. They usually operated clandestinely, in an attempt to avoid the attention of law enforcement and the media. Historically, these groups relied primarily on word-of-mouth notoriety to intimidate their intended targets. Their numbers were sporadic until recently. Now there is unprecedented growth in the number of and membership in, white supremacist groups. According to the Florida Gang Investigators Association (FGIA), a group that includes members of law enforcment, lawyers and Judges, about 25,000 Americans are hardcore ideological activists for the white supremacist movement, and though their numbers area tiny fraction of the population, they appear more visible today than a decade ago. They range from seemingly innocuous religious sects or tax protesters to openly militant, even violent, neo-Nazi skinheads and Ku Klux Klan Klaverns. Every morning, Chester Doles, a fourth generation Ku Klux Klansman, former leader of the white supremacist National Alliance, and convicted felon, begins the day around 5 a.m., sometimes doing the laundry and folding the clothes for the family, or else heading to the gym. The 59-year-old, a direct descendant of a Confederate General named Chester Pierce Doles, considers himself above all a mainstream white American. As he sees it, his own project is no different from that of a long line of white American leaders, even though these days, Doles' claims he has softened his own description of it. The self-declared white nationalist now says he is simply fighting against the extinction of what he considers to be the 'white race.' He said he is a 'God, country and family man' who shares 95% of President Trump's goals and is considering a run for Georgia's legislature, to replace retiring state Rep.

Starling murmurations appear to be a tornado touching down

***EXCLUSIVE*** A murmuration of around 100,000 starlings takes the shape of a tornado in the sky. The huge flock of birds produced mesmerising patterns as they flew near a British racecourse. A smaller flock breaking away downwards from the main group then made the murmuration look like a tornado. Amateur photographer David Higgins captured these photographs near Ripon Racecourse, North Yorks, at a small wetland site with trees.