This 9 August 2019 video says about itself:
London police break into Bahrain Embassy and possibly save Moosa Mohammed’s life
New Evidence Reveals Bahraini Embassy Staff [in London] Threatening Life of Protester: here.
This 7 August 2019 British TV video says about itself:
Police break down door of Bahrain Embassy in UK after roof protester ‘threatened’
Moosa Mohammed was so keen to protest the imminent execution of two men in Bahrain last month that he climbed onto the roof of the Bahraini embassy in London to unfurl a banner.
Then, as other protestors and police watched from below, the embassy staff appeared to struggle with him. In an unprecedented move police broke in and arrested him. He claims the Bahrainis threatened his life … Mr Mohammed has spoken to our Senior Home Affairs Correspondent Simon Israel who has been investigating what really happened.
This 25 March 2019 video is about a starling murmuration in los Hides del Taray, Toledo, Spain.
This 9 August 2019 video from the USA says about itself:
Explosive new documents reveal the U.S. agribusiness giant Monsanto ran a “fusion center” to surveil and discredit journalists and activists who criticized or wrote damning reports about Monsanto, as well as legendary singer-songwriter Neil Young, who released an album in 2015 called “The Monsanto Years”. Monsanto monitored Young’s Twitter activity and even analyzed the lyrics of his album.
The fusion center also surveilled journalist Carey Gillam, who has done extensive research and writing about Monsanto and its popular pesticide Roundup, which has been linked to cancer. The corporation also targeted the nonprofit research group U.S. Right to Know, which submitted Freedom of Information Act requests about the company. From Kansas City, Missouri, we speak to Carey Gillam, a veteran investigative journalist and author of “Whitewash: The Story of a Weed Killer, Cancer, and the Corruption of Science,” and from Berkeley, California, Gary Ruskin, co-founder of U.S. Right to Know.
The US American lawsuits against Monsanto these days reveal disclosure after disclosure: the corporation behind weed killer Roundup kept a blacklist of journalists, politicians and opinion makers, and even had its own intelligence service that followed, eg, Neil Young and American journalist Carey Gillam. “They do everything to attack critics. Everything.”: here.
This 18 April 2018 video from the Czech republic is called Common Spadefoot Toad (Pelobates fuscus) digging itself to the soil.
Translated from Vroege Vogels radio in the Netherlands today:
On Thursday night, 761 spadefoot toads were freed by ARTIS zoo and the RAVON amphibian protection organization around the Gelderland province town Ewijk and De Poll estate. This is the eighth year that they are committed to the rescue plan of the endangered spadefoot toad.
This toad is one of the most endangered amphibian species in the Netherlands. In order to lend a helping hand to the spadefoot toad, RAVON fished egg strings out of the water in the spring. Then ARTIS animal handlers raised the larvae to become adult toads in a safe environment.
This 30 July 2019 video says about itself:
Tel Aviv, July 30 (EFE).- The will to protect their children overcame the fear felt by Ivy and Romela, two Filipino women who have lived in Israel for almost 15 years and who told EFE that they are living through a new round of deportations.
From the World Socialist Web Site, 9 August 2019:
Israeli rally to oppose deportation of Israeli-born children of foreign workers
Around 2,000 Israeli protesters rallied outside the Tel Aviv Museum of Art on Tuesday. They were protesting the Interior Ministry’s plans to deport around 50 children born to foreign workers while they were in the country.
Currently, around 60,000 mainly female foreign workers are employed as caregivers. Around half of them are from the Philippines. Under Israeli regulations, foreign mothers must send their newborn babies home, or their visas will not be renewed.
This video shows an eastern chipmunk in Canada.