“I need to know what you took tonight. You don't sound right, sweetheart,” Karayiannis said.
A Newfoundland woman who bottle-fed a baby moose after it got lost in the woods without its mother says she's heartbroken after the local SPCA put the animal down. Brandi Calder said Friday her husband was building a cabin in the woods near Glenwood, N.L., when he heard a strange crying noise and discovered the three-day-old calf on its own with no sign of its mother. "The baby moose was crossing a brook that's normally low but this time of year is quite high and fast-moving," she said in an interview.
Philippine forces found corpses in the streets of a besieged southern city on Sunday, including at least eight civilians who appeared to have been executed, as soldiers battled a weakened but still forceful group of militants linked to the Islamic State group. The crisis in Marawi, home to some 200,000 people, has grown increasingly dire as the militants show unexpected strength, fending off a military that has unleashed attack helicopters, armoured vehicles and scores of soldiers. The violence prompted President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday to declare 60 days of martial law in the southern Philippines, where a Muslim separatist rebellion has raged for decades.