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Avalanches - unstoppable walls of snow. The only thing protecting Canada's busiest highway, Highway Number 1, is a handful of men and women.
A stranded sheep spent at least four days on a jagged cliff face after falling around 250 feet, a boat crew said.
The UK was struck by lightning between 15,000 and 20,000 times as the "mother of all thunderstorms" rolled across southern England overnight.
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has erupted again, sending out a 30,000ft plume of ash, which rained down on a nearby town.
More destructive lava flows could soon hit Hawaii's Big Island as the Kilauea volcano erupts, posing a greater threat than oozing magma that has so far destroyed dozens of homes and forced thousands to evacuate, scientists said.
A marmoset monkey has been rescued from scaffolding outside a Tower Hamlets tower block. The female Geoffroy's marmoset was spotted by residents leaping along scaffolding poles, who called Monkey World in Dorset for their help.
A volcanologist says the situation is far from stable on Hawaii's Big Island. Experts warn Kilauea may be entering a phase of explosive eruptions.
A dam-burst on a rose farm in Kenya's Rift Valley has killed at least 47 people and swept away homes and power lines.
A crocodile attacked Zanele Ndlovu as she canoed with her fiance in Zimbabwe, ripping her arm so badly it had to be amputated. But the pair, due to marry just five days later, refused to allow the trauma to delay the ceremony.
Scores are dead or injured after weeks of rain caused a dam to burst in Kenya, in what local officials say has led to "mass destruction." Matthew Larotonda reports.