Police offer $100,000 reward for evidence in the Israeli Consulate and Jewish club bombings in Australia

Scene of the bombing 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) Police are stepping up their efforts to get several suspects convicted of terror related charges after their role in bombing two Jewish targets, according to a statement released by police in Sydney, Australia.

Police said they know who they want to charge for the 1982 bombings of the Israeli Consulate in Sydney and the Hakoah Jewish club in Bondi, but they lack of evidence.

The government of New South Wales today offered a reward of $100,000 for information leading to the conviction of those responsible for the terrorist attacks that injured two people and caused significant damage.

Wayne Gordon, head of the research brigade against terrorism, said the reward is to appeal to anyone in the community to submit further information about the incidents.

A total of three men and a woman are considered the main suspects in the incidents.
He said police identified the fourth suspect, a man, by a statement from a witness who saw him next to three people who were at the vehicle used to facilitate the bombing.

The suspects live in Sydney and Chief Commissioner Gordon acknowledged that the reward may even be an incentive for the suspects to surrender each other.

The attacks occurred on December 23, 1982, at the Consulate General of Israel on William Street in Sydney, and in a vehicle parked in the parking lot of the Hakoah Club.

The case was reopened in August last year.
"We live here," Detective Superintendent Gordon said. "We will not live in fear,” he added.
"I think we have a conscience in this area for people to come forward," he also said.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Man abandons 4-year-old son after crashing his car

Angelo Fabiani Arroyo 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) A father was arrested after he abandoned his son and fled the scene of an accident.

The father is accused of a hit-and-run and leaving his 4-year-old son lying in the road while bleeding in San Diego, California.

40-year-old Angelo Fabiani Arroyo of California, was arrested after police asked the public for help locate the suspect. Arroyo spent a pleasant day with his friends at a cookout on the beach. “There was some drinking, but I did not drink,” Arroyo said.

On his way home, he allegedly lost control of his Nissan, which was pulling a small trailer carrying his jet ski, which he used earlier that day, and crashed into a fence and palm tree, before ending up on the side, on top of a concrete retaining wall.

Arroyo tried to free his son from his child safety seat, when the boy accidentally fell 10 feet onto a concrete sidewalk. At that point, Arroyo ran for fear that he killed his son.

In an interview from prison, Arroyo said that he abandoned the child because he thought the child was dead. "Just seeing him laying there like that, I froze. I thought he was dead. I thought I killed him," Arroyo said. "I just started walking. I did not want to hear the ambulances. I did not want to see people," he added.

The child is being treated at a children's hospital in the town. Arroyo, reportedly has three DUI arrests. He spent a year in prison for the last one. He recently got his licence back.

Arroyo has been charged with hit-and-run with injury and child endangerment. Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

National donut chains giving away free donuts for National Donut Day

Delicious donuts 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) Today, everyone will be able to eat delicious donuts as national donut chains are celebrating National Donut Day by giving away free donuts.

Friday, June 7 is a very important day for all U.S. citizens, National Donut Day.
In honor of this holiday, some of your favorite donuts shops are offering sweet free deals so you can enjoy the celebration!

With over 7000 locations throughout the United States, Dunkin’ Donuts has become one of the most popular donuts chain. Visit your local Dunkin’ Donuts Friday for a free donut with any beverage purchase. If you're craving something a little more adventurous than the average donut, Dunkin’ Donuts has just released the king of all breakfast sandwiches: The Glazed Donut Breakfast Sandwich.

Any lover of Krispy Kreme will tell you, nothing compares to the goodness of a Krispy Kreme glazed donut. Whether you're a longtime fan or have yet to try one, get a free Krispy Kreme donut on Friday and decide for yourself. No purchase is necessary.

Tim Hortons has 20 unique varieties of donuts, two of the most popular flavors are apple fritter and the Dutchie. Tim Hortons issued coupons to try one of these tasty donuts free with any purchase during National Donut Day.

Through June 15, the Entenmann’s bakery will donate $1 to the Salvation Army for every person who "likes" the Entenmann's Facebook page. Also enter the Donut National Day Sweepstakes by June 30 for a chance to win free Entenmann’s donuts for a year!
You can also visit local bakeries in your neighborhood to see if they are offering daily donut specials. For more information, go to the website of National Donut Day to find donuts in your area and learn more about the history of the holiday.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Man, 66, discovers he is a woman after visiting doctor

Doctors examining a patient illustration 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) A man went to the doctor with pain in his abdomen and he was shocked with the doctor’s diagnoses.

The 66-year-old, of Hong Kong, lived as a man all his life. He received a surprising diagnosis after visiting the doctor for a swollen abdomen. The doctor discovered that he was really a woman.

The doctor determined that the swelling came from a large cyst on an ovary. The condition is the result of two rare genetic disorders. The patient, who chose to continue living as a man, has Turner syndrome, which affects girls and women, and is the result of a chromosome problem. Characteristics include issues such as infertility and short stature.

The patient also had congenital adrenal hyperplasia, which are increased male hormones, thereby causing the subject to grow a small private part, a beard and making her appear as a man.

Due to these medical issues, the patient had stopped growing after puberty at the age of 10. He is only 4 and a half feet tall. The patient, who grew up as an orphan, was found to have no testicles, and a history of urine leakage since childhood.

Doctors said there have been only six cases in which both genetic disorders have been reported in the medical literature. Turner syndrome alone affects one in every 2,500 to 3,000 women. The Vietnamese-born Chinese patient decided to continue to live as a man and he might start taking testosterone replacement.

Most males have one X and one Y chromosome and most women have a pair of X chromosomes, but people with Turner syndrome usually have only one X chromosome or lost part of their second X chromosome.
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Police dog disarms dangerous ax-wielding man

Officer Matt Rogers with his dog Rossi 
By: Shifra Unger

(Scroll down for video) A police dog went beyond his call of duty by disarming an ax-wielding man and then held the man down for police.

The police dog in Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom, has been hailed a hero after it bravely snatched the ax from the hands of a violent drunk man.

Police officer Matt Rogers had his dog, Rossi, with him when he was responding to a call of a man threatening people with an ax.

When Rossi saw the suspect, who was identified as 36-year-old Adrian Dowdall, holding an ax, Rossi jumped eight feet in the air and grabbed the ax with his mouth. Then he threw it to the floor and held Dowdall with his teeth so that officer Rogers could make the arrest.

The police officer believes that Rossi, a 7-years-old Belgian shepherd, might have mistaken the ax for a toy. "Rossi is trained to detain offenders, not disarm them. I think he thought it was a toy. It happened in an instant. He went straight for it, spat it out and detained the man," officer Rogers said.

The suspect was sentenced to 160 days after pleading guilty to having a bladed article in a public place. Meanwhile, Rossi is set to retire in September and Rogers plans to adopt the dog.


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Doctors stunned when newborn remains inside amniotic sac

Baby born in amniotic sac 
By: Shifra Unger

A medical team were left stunned after a baby was born fully enclosed in the amniotic sac after it has been removed from the mother's body.

The doctor captured this very rare moment by camera and posted the incredible photo on Facebook. The photos show the baby still in its amniotic sac.

Dr. Aris Tsigris of Athens, Greek, delivered the baby via Cesarean section. He was left speechless when the baby was inside the amniotic sac still floating in clear fluid that protects fetuses.

Dr. Tsigris said that because the baby was still encased in the sac it did not even realize it had been born. Normally, during the early stages of labor, the amniotic sac breaks, which is commonly known as the mother’s “water breaking.”

The baby was not at risk of not breathing because it was still feeding off of the placenta, which connects the fetus to the uterine wall for nutrients. The newborn started breathing on its own as soon as the doctor cut open the amniotic sac.

Police seize 2,500 rolls of toilet paper from warehouse accused of hoarding

people buying up toilet paper 
By: Sarah Weiss

Police officers have seized 2,500 rolls of toilet paper from a warehouse that was accused of hoarding the precious item, according to a statement released by police in Venezuela.

Venezuela police said they have seized about 2,500 rolls of toilet paper during a raid overnight of a warehouse accused of storing the scarce goods.

Thursday's announcement was made via Twitter, and said that officers raiding the garage in western Caracas also seized about 400 diapers and 7,000 liters of fruit juice.

Police Chief Luis Karabin said that the police, acting on a tip, found "merchandise that we know is scarce on the shelves and does not reach the people."

Toilet paper is hard to find in the grocery stores of Venezuela, as well as basic foods such as sugar, milk and cooking oil.
The Socialist government said that the shortage is part of a plot by the opposition to destabilize the country. economists blame government price and exchange controls for the shortages.

Pony cuddles with teddy bear after being abandoned by its mother

The pony playing with a teddy bear 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) A pony was seen on video cuddling with an oversized teddy bear.

The baby pony sleeps soundly in the lap of its new surrogate “mother”, a jumbo teddy bear.

The pony, which was named Breeze, was found abandoned near the Dartmoor National Park just a few hours after its birth. Unable to find its mother, the pony was roaming around the hillside trying to suckle other female horses.

By the time rescuers from a equine sanctuary arrived, Breeze, had collapsed and was dehydration. After being nursed back to health over the following days, he was missing one vital thing, a mother to cuddle and snuggle up to.

Staff at the Mare and Foal Sanctuary in Devon, England, knew the answer to comfort the lonely newborn. They got Breeze a four-foot teddy, which they have named Buttons.

Sanctuary executive director Syra Bowden, said: “Sadly, little Breeze hasn’t got its mom around to keep it company. Although its caretakers here at the sanctuary work around the clock to look after it, it’s not quite the same. Just like human babies the teddy bear provides it with comfort.”Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

Man arrested after leading police on high speed chase to driving test

Mitchell Gough 
By: Shifra Unger

A man was arrested and charged with numerous charges after he led police on a high-speed chase on his way to a driving test, according to a statement released by police in England.

The man with a learner’s permit, who was involved in the police chase of up to 70 miles per hour, said he wanted to arrive on time to his driving test.

Mitchell Gough, of Gloucester, England was on his way to the testing center when he was chased by police for driving a stolen BMW.

The man was driving alone after his mother's car had broken down and she could not pick him up.
When police examined the vehicle plates, they realized that the tags were registered to Gough's father Fiat and not a BMW. No reasons were given for changing the plates.

When an officer asked him to open the door, he sped away, ignoring red lights, speeding 70 mile per hour in a 30 mile per hour zone, and driving on the wrong side of the road before crashing into a parked car.
The chase lasted eight minutes. After crashing, the father of one tried to flee the scene on foot but was captured.

The suspect’s attorney said: "He was very eager to take his test when he was arrested. He made a decision that was totally out-of-place. It was incomprehensible that he behaved in this manner."

Gough admitted to dangerous driving, failing to stop and related charges. He was given a suspended sentence of six months, received a ban from driving on the road for 30 months and was fined $1,800.

Man kicked out of restaurant after being served several bad drinks with flies

The flies in the drink 
By: David Ross

(Scroll down for video) A man was shocked after he was kicked out from a celebrity restaurant after being served several bad drinks, with all having flies in them.

The troubled Amy’s Baking Company, which is still trying to recover from their disastrous presentation on "Kitchen Nightmares," is now facing even more criticism.

Reporter Hayley Ringle, along with a co-worker and some friends went to the Scottsdale, Arizona restaurant on Friday to get an idea of ​​the grand re-opening of the restaurant, which was, meant to help clean up its image.

"We went with an open mind," Ringle said, "but our quartet was ejected after pointing out the flies in not one, not two, but three versions of vodka martini."

According to Ringle, the first drink was not on the rocks, as ordered, and had a small fruit fly in it. The second drink was prepared properly, but also had a fruit fly. The third cup came with not one, but three fruit flies, according to the reporter.
Co-owner Samy Bouzaglo tried to solve the situation. The first two times Samy seemingly address the issue, but not the last time. Bouzaglo, known for his angry outbursts on "Kitchen Nightmares", kicked all of them out from restaurant.

Ringle, who said the place was surprisingly empty, went to the Pita Jungle next door, which was "very busy and very friendly."
This is the latest in a series of public problems Amy’s Baking Company is trying to solve. As we reported earlier, Bouzaglo could be deported after he forgot to disclose information to the authorities involving a history of drug charges and extortion in other countries.

Three children jump from moving car while father drives drunk

Demitri Nicholas 
By: Eva Fett

A family’s vacation ended in disaster after a man drove his children around while he was drunk.

The man was arrested after three children jumped out of the car driven by their father, who was intoxicated.

Demitri Nicholas, 41, of Piqua, Ohio, was driving erratically in Palm Coast, Florida, leaving his children so scared that they jumped out of the moving car, and ran to a nearby house to ask for help. Nicholas was arrested and charged with child neglect.

After the children ran from the car, their father did not stop driving. He continued on his way, while the children went to a nearby house and asked the resident to call police.

The children told officers they were so afraid of their father’s erratic behavior that they jumped from the car when their father was driving relatively slow.

Nicholas was arrested for neglecting his children. Jail records show he was released from the Flagler County Jail after posting $2,500 bond.

Man arrested after biting snake in unprovoked attack

David Senk 
By: Ryan Lee Hall

(Scroll down for video) A man was arrested and charged with assaulting an animal related charges after he bit a snake in an unprovoked attack, according to a statement released by police in California.

The man has been arrested in Sacramento, California after biting someone’s pet python.

54-year-old David Senk was arrested by police after police found him unconscious, with blood on his face.
It later emerged that he started an "unprovoked attack" against the four-foot snake after the pet owner allowed him to play with it.

“I feel horrible as hell about it," Senk later said. "When I get drunk, I get crazy. I do not know. I've been an alcoholic for a long time," he also said

Senk was arrested on suspicion of unlawfully maiming or mauling a reptile, and was charged with a felony cruelty to an animal.

"There was nothing to indicate that the snake provoked him at all," a Sacramento police Sergeant said. "He just came out of nowhere and took a bite," the police officer added.
The python in question is still alive, but had to undergo major surgery after being severely injured from the attack.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view

School bans all homework to give kids more time to play

Student sick of homework illustration 
By: Eva Fett

A school has announced that it has banned all forms of homework in order for kids to have more time to play, according to a statement released by school officials in Norwich, England.

The Jane Austen Academy in Norwich will have longer school days instead, which will now last until 5:00 pm.

The school for 11 to 18-year-olds, which will open next year, wants to give its 1,100 students more free time to play with their families.

Claire Heald, who is the school principal, said: "Instead of giving students homework, which is difficult for them to complete because they may be limited in getting access to computers, they will do their work during the day school. We are saying that when they go home they will enjoy quality family time. There will be no traditional homework, and the proposal has been very well received by parents who respect the fact that family time is family time."

The principal still expects students to study at home before major exams.
Peter Devonish, director of Neatherd High School in Dereham, Norfolk, is also interested in the idea, but has some doubts.

Man chooses prison over house arrest after getting sick of playing Xbox

Teens playing Xbox 
By: Moses Gold

A man under house arrest was jailed after begging police to end his misery.

The man told police he rather spend his time in jail rather than under house arrest because he is sick of playing Xbox, according to court proceedings in New Zealand.

The convicted criminal in Whangarei had one month left to complete his sentence of 11 months house arrest when he asked police if he could be thrown in jail instead.

Senior Constable Paul Nicholas said the man had "run out of Xbox games to play."
He accepted the request of the 19-year-old, and now he is in prison in Ngawha.

In other Xbox related news, a man broke his Xbox 360 console with an ax after being insulted by an employee of Microsoft in the online comments section.

Although new system Microsoft Xbox One does not require a permanent Internet connection, you need to be online at least once a day.

Home invader caught after leaving his DNA on empty beer cans at the crime scene

Beer cans illustration 
By: Debbie Gross

A man was arrested and charged with theft related charges after leaving empty beer cans at the home he just robbed, according to a statement released by New York State Police.

A robbery suspect, who was charged with stealing copper piping from a vacant rental house in Syracuse, New York, was identified after authorities matched his DNA with DNA found on beer cans left at the crime scene.

Moses Wilson, 29, was charged Tuesday in Onondaga County Court on charges of third-degree theft and petit theft. He is accused of robbing a vacant rental house on South Midler Avenue.

Wilson allegedly found an unopened case of beer in the basement and decided to have a few during the course of the robbery, according to District Attorney Michael Kasmarek. The cans were collected as evidence after the property owner reported the theft of copper pipes to the police.

Wilson’s DNA was the only DNA that was found on the cans, Kasmarek said.

Wilson’s bail was set at $10,000 cash or bond, and is currently being held in the Justice Center of Onondaga County, according to the Sheriff's Office.

Police taser father attempting to save his baby from burning house

Scene of the fire 
By: John Roberts

(Scroll down for video) A man was tasered by police after attempting to save his baby from a burning house. The baby later died in the fire, according to a statement released by police in Texas.

The father was tased by San Antonio police for trying to save his baby boy from a house fire.
The incident occurred around 2:30 am in a fire at his home in the 100 block of Morningview Drive.

Investigators said the eight-month-old child's parents, had left their children at home with their grandparents. Somehow, the fire started in the house soon after.

The grandparents managed to grab one child and run to a safe place. It was then that they realized the baby was still trapped inside.
Emergency teams and the parents of the children arrived at the scene around the same time.

The boy's father tried several times to enter the burning house, but the police blocked him from entering and eventually tased him. The San Antonio Police Department said in a statement that police held him back for his own safety.
The child died from injuries sustained during the fire.

The cause of the blaze is under investigation. Police said the stories they heard just do not add up.
No criminal charges have been filed.

The family is now looking for a new place to stay.Mobile video not loading? Click here to view


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