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A resident of Moore, Oklahoma, filmed as he opened his family's storm shelter door for the first time since the deadly tornado caused devastation in his city.
The man remains calm as he climbs up steps to see remains of houses strewn about his neighbourhood, later remarking: "The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away."
Officials from the city of Moore had complained earlier this year that money for "safe room" weather shelters in residential properties had been delayed by red tape.
A statement posted in February on the City of Moore’s website read: “Our countywide Hazard Mitigation Plan still has not been approved by the State and FEMA.”
Fresh thunderstorms and lightening are slowing the rescue effort across Oklahoma, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Rescue workers today continued to search through the rubble of schools and houses in Moore, Oklahoma, where a huge tornado caused devastating damage.
Tony Pulis has left Stoke City after seven years in charge at the Britannia Stadium, the club has confirmed.
A short statement on the club's website said: "Stoke City and Tony Pulis confirm that they have mutually agreed that Tony will leave the Club with immediate effect."
The deadly Oklahoma tornado has been confirmed as EF-5 on the Fujita scale, the highest possible rating, US weather authorities confirmed.
Engadget's Darren Murph praised the Xbox One's "retro" aesthetics and Blu-ray capability but criticised the console's inability to play games from earlier models.
"Microsoft's next-generation console is quite an ambitious product, promising to unifying absolutely everything you do in the living room," wrote Hunter Skipworth for pocket-lint.com.
Gizmodo's Kyle Wagner was impressed by the voice-activated channel and input switching.
"This will work via a HDMI pass-through, so this won’t replace your set-top box — rather, it reduces the number of controllers you have to use, and the input switching you have to do on your TV," he wrote.
Turning to Culture Secretary Maria Miller shortly before the vote, shadow minister for women and equalities Yvette Cooper said:
"We can only wonder what would happen if you and I leapt up and started leading a Eurovision-style chorus perhaps of congratulations perhaps Abba-style, maybe not 'One Man, One Woman' but certainly 'I Do, I Do, I Do'.
"I have heard Conservative members talk about the anger in their constituencies. And I hope they will now be able to stop talking about the anger and start talking about the joy. Because this is about the joy that we can deliver to those that want to get married just as their parents did.
"Let's be loud and proud, let's start the singing. Let's celebrate, not discriminate. Let's put aside the anger and hear it for the joy."
Far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen, who scored nearly a fifth of the first-round vote in the 2012 presidential election, has paid tribute to Dominique Venner on Twitter, saying his suicide was a political gesture aimed at "waking up the French people".
Venner - a 78-year-old French far-right activist - committed suicide at the altar of the Notre Dame cathedral today, three days after a law legalising same-sex marriage came into effect.
Police evacuated the cathedral, one of Paris' biggest tourist draws, after Venner - a historian known for his hard-right political essays and a fierce opponent of gay marriage - shot himself, sending tourists fleeing in panic.