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Otho Begins His 3-Month Reign as Roman Emperor (69 CE)
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Earthquake shakes Greece with tremors felt in Athens
“Strong” tremors were felt in Athens following a moderately powerful earthquake in Greece on Monday evening.
The epicentre of the quake was 30 miles south east of Patras, Greece’s third largest city, over 200 miles west of the capital.
The US Geological Survey confirmed the quake measured 4.4, and followed a separate 4.3 magnitude earthquake which struck the Peloponnese region earlier.
The quake came as protesters clashed with police outside Greece’s parliament over the government’s plans to implement further austerity measures and restrictions on workers’ right to strike.
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Wow!: The news today: Wallaby in custody after bouncing over Sydney Harbour Bridge people yes…in Australia, down under!!!
Wallaby in custody after bouncing over Sydney Harbour Bridge
The Traffic Management Centre said a “kangaroo” was seen about 5am on Tuesday travelling south on the bridge.
A police spokeswoman said the marsupial started in lane eight before hopping across a number of lanes on the bridge and exiting onto the Cahill Expressway and turning down Macquarie Street, heading for the Conservatorium of Music.
The speed on the Harbour Bridge was reduced while the wallaby was making its way south, and police pursued the animal before taking it into custody at the Conservatorium, the police spokeswoman said.
A caller named Jesse told 2GB he thought there had been an accident on the Harbour Bridge before he spotted the creature.
“There was some flashing lights saying there’s an accident on or something, so I’m slowing down to 40, and the next thing I see a kangaroo just sitting there in the lane,” he said.
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Another driver, Ray, who was heading into the city, told the radio station he saw it standing in the middle of the Cahill Expressway at Circular Quay.
“It was just standing there minding its own business with a police car there with flashing lights and everything,” he said.
“I’m from the bush so I’m used to seeing them roaming about all over the place, but I’ve never seen one so close into the city before”.
Dean told 2GB he had to slow down to check that it was real.
“There was a police car or something following it at a really slow pace and there was a lot of cars behind it, so nothing was getting past,” he said.
“It was just hopping down the street: Never seen anything like it. That’s Australia for you.”
No way do you see a kangaroo in the city like that.
The police spokeswoman said officers were not sure if the wallaby had been hit by a car but it appeared to be in some distress, so they took the animal to Taronga Zoo to be assessed by a vet.
It’s believed the wallaby might have come from the Cammeray Golf Course.
Another driver, Michelle told 2GB she couldn’t believe what she was seeing when she spotted the marsupial.
“I thought ‘No, no way do you see a kangaroo in the city like that’. I’ve only seen them in the country,” she said.
“I just thought of people’s safety and the safety of the little kangaroo or wallaby.”
Taronga Zoo senior veterinarian Dr Larry Vogelnest said the marsupial in question was brought to Taronga Wildlife Hospital in a horse float by mounted police about 6.30am. It had been identified as an adult male swamp wallaby.
He said the wallaby was “very stressed” so it was anaesthetised before it was assessed.
“I brought it into the treatment room and examined it thoroughly. Fortunately there didn’t seem to be any significant injuries; it had some minor grazes on its face and its hind legs,” he said.
Whole body x-rays ruled out fractures and major damage, but Dr Vogelnest said the wallaby would be monitored over the next day for any other signs of injury.
“These animals are quite susceptible to stress, and it causes muscle damage so I don’t know whether that’s happening,” he said.
“Over the next 24 hours or so we’ll get a good idea of whether there is any of those complications.”
The senior vet said the wallaby would be released near other swamp wallabies once it was given the all-clear.
“It’s unusual to have a wallaby running around on the Harbor Bridge, but there are more and more of these wallabies turning up in bushland close to the city,” Dr Vogelnest said.
“Swamp wallabies are quite common, and they’re quite robust and don’t mind living close to people so there are more and more of them in the city.”
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Via euronews: Romanian PM Mihai Tudose resigns after losing the support of his Social Democrat party
Via euronews: Romanian PM Mihai Tudose resigns after losing the support of his Social Democrat party http://www.euronews.com/2018/01/15/romanian-pm-mihai-tudose-resigns-after-losing-the-support-of-his-social-democrat-party
Romania’s Prime Minister Mihai Tudose resigned on Monday after his Social Democrat Party (PSD) leaders withdrew backing for him in an overwhelming vote, making him the second premier ousted by the party in less than seven months.
Very well said and done Mr. PRESIDENT…I wish out so called leadership of Romania, a band of thieves, and thugs, the very comunists that occupied our land, the very bolshevics that distroyed Russia, and half of the world…under their ungry, hungry boots….enjoy powers unknown to the world…they are made known by more and more people in our country and internationally….they will loose and be thrown out the doors of the house of the people!