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Black mum targeted by racists for adopting three white children

***EXCLUSIVE*** A single black woman is facing heavy criticism for adopting three white children, but she says that the color of her children shouldn’t matter. Treka Engleman, a 32-year-old public school teacher from Cincinnati, Ohio, said she knew she always wanted to be a foster mom. But she wasn’t prepared for the backlash she would face when raising three white kids. „I've had people say I must have self hate and that there are a lot of black kids that need homes so why adopt white kids” she said.

Baby Yoda for 350 dollars

***EXCLUSIVE*** Sideshow Collectables has announced an official life-size figure of The Mandalorian‘s Baby Yoda. This $350 USD collectible utilizes plastic and resin for its build, which is dressed in a tan fabric cloak similar to the one it wears in the show. Baby Yoda even has a silver shift knob in its right hand.

Auctioneers stunned after finding amazing secret inside drawers of empty house

***EXCLUSIVE*** An empty house was found stuffed with gold coins in every drawer and even a sugar bowl - and have now sold for £80K at auction. The home which had been uninhabited for months was carefully cleared from top to bottom following the initial discovery of a number of gold coins in a safe. But a far larger number of coins was found in random locations throughout the property in Stroud, Glos.

Close encounter of the arachnid kind: Photographer captures incredible zoomed-in shots of a jumping spider showing every hair and eye in magnificent detail

 ***EXCLUSIVE*** This spider appears to be 'webby' for its close-up in this stunning macro picture - showing every hair and eye in magnificent detail. The incredible image was captured by Calvin Taylor Lee - who reckons he can get even CLOSER next time. The professional snapper takes macro - extreme close-up - pictures in his spare time and caught the jumping spider on a recent day off.

Yorkshire pottery creates witty-but-useless Brexit mug

Bentham, Yorkshire, United Kingdom: A North Yorkshire potter has created a limited edition mug with Brexit carved in it so it leaks liquid, rendering the vessel totally useless and therefore ''sums up Brexit''. Lee Cartledge of Bentham Pottery posted a picture of the witty mug on Facebook causing it to go viral. Although the mug can't be used, Cartledge thinks that the idea has chimed with the British public because of its connection to a cup of tea. ''You always associate cups of tea with the British public and it was quite an inoffensive way to explain how I felt about the whole Brexit scenario,'' Lee Cartledge, 52, said. ''I think it sums up the whole Brexit negotiations, whether you're a Remainer or a Brexiteer,'' said Cartledge. ''It's quite an inoffensive Brexit statement.'' The self-sabotaging mug was created on a total whim by the potter, and has received an unprecedented response. The original post has since been shared over 17,000 times, and the potter has been overwhelmed with requests from people who want to get their hands on one.

Lost decade

LOST DECADE: 2010 Haitian Quake Aftermath: When Haitians started their day on 12 January ten years ago, they could not have imagined the devastation that was about to befall their country. Later that day, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck, claiming the lives of more than 220,000 people. The quake, one of the deadliest natural disasters on record, destroyed much of the country's fragile infrastructure and left many Haitians in dire need of assistance. Some 1.5 million people were displaced, according to the International Organization for Migration. Donors from around the world gave billions of dollars to aid agencies who made promises to rebuild. But a decade later, Haitians who survived say they feel forgotten, as much of the goodwill and billions have been lost to waste, greed and corruption. The 2010 Haiti earthquake was a catastrophic magnitude 7.0 Mw earthquake, with an epicenter near the town of Leogane and approximately 25 kilometres west of Port-au-Prince, Haiti's capital. The earthquake occurred at 16:53 local time on Tuesday, 12 January 2010.

Pickers line up to sort chillis

***EXCLUSIVE*** Tens of thousands of brightly coloured chillis create a sea of red as they dry in the sun. Workers can be seen using large bowls to sort the chilli peppers at this farm before they were delivered to spice companies to be made into powder. Some workers used bamboo sticks as tools for drying the chillis on the ground. Photographer Azim Khan Ronnie captured these shots in Bogra, a major city in Bangladesh.

Hare pulls funny faces

***EXCLUSIVE*** A hare sticks its tongue out as it sits on a Scottish hillside covered in fresh snow. The white mountain hare blended into its snowy environment but its pink tongue stood out. Scottish amateur photographer Karen Miller captured these shots of the camouflaged animal near Aviemore in the Scottish Highlands.