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When Darrin Wells and his mate Richard headed out into the Indian Ocean for a morning of fishing, they never imagined one of them wouldn't make it back to the boat.Read More..
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|Deliver them from evil43|
After a childhood of unimaginable cruelty and degradation, this remarkable woman rescues children from the same horrific fate
|Illegal Immigrant Turned Brain Surgeon37|
He was an illegal immigrant making a living picking tomatoes. Now Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa excels in a different field—as a top brain surgeon.
|For better, for worse29|
What do you do when your husband tells you he doesn’t love you anymore? Laura Munson dealt with the situation in a unique way – and got awe-inspiring results.
|A Lion in the Living Room: Christian the Lion17|
The incredible story of two men and their heart-warming reunion with Christian the lion
Joseph Salvati served 30 years for a murder he didn't commit. The most shocking revelation: who put him behind bars.
|Recipe for a new life15|
Simple kitchen classes give refugee families the skills to adapt from camp life to a fast-food culture
|Stories from survivors of mental illness14|
Three survivors of mental illness share their stories of a journey into darkness... and how they found their way out
|A Paraglider Attacked by Two Eagles13|
Nicky Moss was more than 2km off the ground when two fearsome birds of prey attacked her paraglider. As their talons ripped into the canopy, there was nowhere to go but down.
|True Story: Accused of Child Abuse13|
Doctors said we'd abused our baby. Who would believe us?
With three tiger species extinct and five more teetering on the edge, protection agencies are turning to technology and undercover agents to crack the illegal tiger products trade.
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