Canada, Australia, United States, Japan

Thursday, June 28, 2012 - 6:33pm

AROUND THE WORLD (FOX44) – Canada, that's where rescue workers have pulled a second body from the rubble of a mall in Ontario that collapsed over the weekend. Some residents were angry that crews called off the search for survivors earlier this week because the building was unsafe. The head of the search effort said it was unlikely anyone inside was still alive.

Australia – A man tested a lighter while filling his car up with gas and he learned very quickly that it was not the smartest thing to do. The whole event was caught on security cameras. The flames were put out before anyone got hurt.

United States – Fourth of July celebrations appeared to come early in West Virginia after a stand selling fireworks caught fire. A driver caught the display as fireworks went off in rapid-fire succession. Authorities say this craziness probably was caused by a short in an extension cord.

Japan – It's a paper-rock-scissors robot that you will never be able to beat. It wins 100-percent of the time by being able to recognize which shape the human hand is making and within 1-millisecond it can choose the gesture that trumps it. Some call this robot a cheater.

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