IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
  • UP NEXT

    World leaders consider boycotting Summit of the Americas

    03:03
  • Fmr. Secretary of State Kissinger suggests Ukraine cede territory to Russia

    03:21
  • Putin meets Russian soldiers wounded in Ukraine

    01:44
  • British government releases critical report on Downing Street parties

    03:07
  • South Korea holds missile drill in response to North's missile launches

    00:26
  • Ukraine says war entering most ‘active phase’ in Donbas region

    03:52
  • Indian students hold candlelit vigil for Texas school shooting victims

    00:37
  • Ukraine's president sends condolences over Texas elementary school shooting

    00:38
  • Ukraine's Zelenskyy says 'situation in Donbas is extremely difficult'

    01:34
  • Pope Francis ‘heartbroken’ by Texas school shooting, calls for gun control

    00:54
  • Parts of India, Brazil and South Africa ravaged by wave of recent flooding

    01:50
  • Russia aims to take eastern Ukrainian town as base for artillery strikes

    01:27
  • Watch: Divers complete dramatic whale rescue off Spanish coast

    01:27
  • Russian and Chinese bombers fly joint mission over Asia-Pacific

    01:03
  • Ukraine war must not derail curbs to climate change, John Kerry says

    01:21
  • Russia intensifies assault on Donbas as war in Ukraine enters third month

    04:01
  • Ukraine's Zelenskyy says he'll only talk peace with Putin

    01:29
  • Biden faces questions on defending Taiwan on final day of Asia trip

    03:52
  • Russia reportedly now controls about 20% of Ukraine

    02:08
  • Biden doubles down on controversial Taiwan comments

    01:55

Drone captures images of ice cave caused by climate change in Switzerland

01:10

The Swiss Alps ice cave, also known as "The Mill," forms through a siphon effect. Each spring and summer, the cavity fills with water from the snow melt, forming a lake. In autumn, the plug disappears and the water drains, leaving the cave. It is accessible by foot, but "at your own risk," organizers said.