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You can now sleep inside Lucy the Elephant at the Jersey Shore — she’s now on Airbnb

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Bookings to stay in Lucy the Elephant will be received March 5 and stays will start March 17 |Provided by AirbnbFor three nights only, couples can have the chance to spend one night in one of the most recognizable monuments at the Jersey Shore.Lucy the Elephant has been listed on Airbnb,the rental website for temporary homes and hotels. One-night stays for two people inside the monument will be available starting on March 5 for stays on March 17, 18 and 19.The price for a night inside the Margate monument will be $138, the same amount of years that Lucy has been at the Jersey Shore. In additio…

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WATCH: Protesters tackle man carrying semi-automatic rifle at Texas Black Lives Matter protest

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In an incident that was captured on video in Lubbock, Texas, this Tuesday, and man who was carrying a semi-automatic rifle was tackled and detained by people attending a Black Lives Matter protest, KVEO reports.

Emmanuel Quinones, 25, was carrying a loaded Smith & Wesson .223 caliber semi-automatic firearm at the protest. The video shows numerous people imploring him to put it down. Quinones did put the weapon down when a police officer who showed up on the scene drew his gun, and was subsequently tackled by protesters.

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Putin declares state of emergency over Siberian fuel spill

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Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday ordered a state of emergency and criticized a subsidiary of metals giant Norilsk Nickel after a massive diesel spill into a Siberian river.

The spill of over 20,000 tonnes of diesel fuel took place on Friday. A fuel reservoir collapsed at a power plant near the city of Norilsk, located above the Arctic Circle, and leaked into a nearby river.

During a televised video conference, Putin lambasted the head of the Norilsk Nickel subsidiary that runs the power plant, NTEK, after officials said it failed to report the incident.

"Why did government agencies only find out about this two days after the fact? Are we going to learn about emergency situations from social media? Are you quite healthy there?" Putin asked NTEK chief Sergei Lipin in an unusually stern dressing-down.

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