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Video of a mysterious fireball shooting across the sky has people across the world baffled.

The phenomenon was captured Monday on dash-cam footage in Bangkok, and created a minor panic as authorities mistook the fireball for a plane crash.

Saran Poshyachina, the deputy director of the National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand, told the Bangkok Post that the fire in the sky was probably a meteorite landing. But it could also just have been space junk.

Pay attention to the top right of the screen around the 30 second mark to view the mysterious phenomenon.

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Students protesting the military coup in Thailand have adopted Katniss' 3-fingered salute from Hunger Games, and "The Capitol" is not happy.

The military-controlled government has banned the gesture, and a movie chain has cancelled all screenings of the latest film "Mockingjay" as a result of the protests and, reportedly, pressure from the police.

Five students were arrested at a speech this week by Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-O-Cha (Thailand's President Snow), wearing shirts that read "Don't Want a Coup."

Chan-O-Cha is denying any involvement in the screening cancellations. He also says he isn't phased by the salute, but warns them all - in a very creepy Snow-like fashion - that this might "jeopardize their futures."

Maybe the government should spend more time watching the movies themselves to learn that trying to silence the people is probably not going to end very well for them.

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World's Longest Thing of the Day: A male couple bested five hetero rivals to claim the Guinness World Record for world's longest kiss.

The long-lasting lovers smooched for 50 straight hours at a Valentine's Day event in Pattaya, Thailand, beating the previous record by nearly four hours.

For the

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Wedding Photo of the Day: A man dressed as a pirate chases Thai-Swedish couple William Timhede and Napatsawan Timhede around Thailand's Prachinburi province as part of an adventure-themed wedding ceremony.

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Everybody Needs A Hobby of the Day: Pianist Paul Barton celebrates his 50th birthday in style: Playing Beethoven for old, injured, blind, and handicapped elephants at a nature preserve in the mountains of Kanchanaburi, Thailand.

"It was a 50th birthday present to myself," Barton is quoted as s

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Post-Apocalyptic Scene of the Day: Thailand is currently experiencing its worst flooding in over half a century, as monsoon rains refuse to let up.

Bangkok, which has been spared the worst so far, braces for the possibility of submersion, particularly in its low-lying downtown area. Newly elected prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra has ordered residents to seek highe

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