Egypt, India, Thailand, United States, United Kingdom

Wednesday, January 25, 2012 - 6:11pm

AROUND THE WORLD (FOX44) – Egypt, tens of thousands of Egyptians packed Cairo’s Tahrir Square marking the one year anniversary of the demonstrations that eventually ousted President Hosni Mubarak but many Egyptians say the revolution is not over. Some are calling on the military council, the group now leading Egypt, to give up power immediately.

India – A bus driver went on a rampage killing 9-people. No word on a motive but he led police on an hour chase mowing down pedestrians and ramming other vehicles. The driver was finally stopped and arrested. He is now facing multiple murder charges.

Thailand – Lunar New Year celebrations turned destructive and deadly. Fireworks sparked a fire that killed 3-people and wiped out a few dozen homes. The celebrations will continue but without more fireworks.

United States – In Georgia, a sheep gave birth to a lamb with 6-legs.

It has 4-limbs in the front and 2-limbs in the back. The little lamb is becoming pretty popular; lots of people are coming to the farm to see it.

United Kingdom – The biggest solar storm in more than 6-years is creating this above Scotland and Northern England. The chunk of the sun's atmosphere was hurled towards earth Sunday causing a solar flare to pull the Northern Lights further south. That’s a rarity for these residents.

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