The battle for Syria’s largest city is going on for almost four and a half years. Recently a ceasefire agreement was reached allowing civilians to evacuate. Over 30 thousands people are reported as victims since the beginning of the war in 2012, and one of the world’s most famous cities built of white marble, which Aleppo was, now lies in ruin. This includes the Great Mosque built in 8th century and the citadel of Aleppo. These photos remind of Europe post-World War II and it’s heartbreaking that some of the damage to this ancient city is beyond recovering.
Deadly relics and abandoned weaponry from the World War II are scattered across Solomon Islands, Palau archipelago and the Northern Mariana Islands. Wrecked aircraft, rusting tanks, and live shells strewn across the islands attract a lot of tourists. But as fascinating as it is to look at, it is also quite dangerous.
A massive sinkhole occurred on a two-lane road in southwest San Antonio, Texas. The pit was 3 to 6 meter deep (10-20 ft) full of sewer water, and stretched the entire width of the road which was formed because of a burst pipe. Two cars fell inside of the pit injuring one man and killing a reserve deputy Dora Linda (Solis) Nishihara.
Here is a bunch of different prohibited items that people tried to take through airport security. They were seized by the TSA agents at the different airports across the US. They documented the items and now they post them on their Instagram account which has become really popular and have over 500,000 followers. Take a look at these weird weapons and look-alike weapons that TSA agents have confiscated: