Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Rockport, Tex., on Friday, damaging or destroying hundreds of homes and buildings and killing at least one person. Witness some of the destruction with a resident who stayed through the storm.

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A neighborhood in the north section of Houston, TX looks like a warzone after Hurricane Harvey flooded the area. Thousands of people had to dump personal possessions on the sidewalk due to severe flood damage. (For best results, such as the ability to spin or turn the camera to gain a 360 degree perspective, please view this clip in Google Chrome.)

The notorious ‘Jungle’ camp in Calais, France, is being dismantled at the order of French President Francois Hollande. The makeshift camp has been a shelter for thousands of migrants from Africa and the Middle East, who are now to be transported to other French refugee centers.

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Tuesday, December 19 marks 1,000 days since the beginning of the war in Yemen, a country which is now suffering from the largest humanitarian crisis in the world, with a near-famine and the largest cholera outbreak in modern history. The conduct of war by all parties to the conflict repeatedly violates international law by targeting civilians and civilian infrastructure. The IRC is calling for the renewal of an actionable peace process and to ensure adequate and safe access for primary humanitarian interventions.

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A young green sea turtle is injured: meet Bermuda’s sea turtle rescue team that is working to return it to the wild.

Sea turtles have been roaming the oceans for the past 100 million years. Now, their future is uncertain. Six of the world’s seven species of sea turtles are classified as endangered.

The plight of these majestic creatures underlines how important each and every sea turtle is to the survival of their species. Meet a dedicated team based in Bermuda who rescues and rehabilitates sea turtles in the video above.

One young green turtle in their care was nearly mistaken for dead when he arrived at the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo. He had ingested too many jellyfish, which shocked his system into an unresponsive state. After two months of recovery, he was given a second chance to survive in the wild.

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A slice of concrete pokes out from a frozen landscape near the North Pole marking the spot where an extensive library of seeds from around the globe hold the genetic keys to human survival.

Locked behind five doors, at 130m above sea level a series of tunnels lead to what some call the most important room in the world. It was built to last 200 years and to withstand explosions and climate meltdown.

Just before you enter the vault stands a room which has been nicknaked 'the cathedral'. Almost completely white and covered in ice crystals, it as where seeds are sorted before being placed in safe storage. Asmund Asdal, one of the vault's keepers, dreams of playing his saxophone in here due to the dreamy acoustics.

Behind the frozen door lies the main vault. Two other vaults lie empty, in wait for the thousands more seeds which will be stored in years to come.

The cold hits you as you enter the main chamber, where behind a fence lies a rather ordinary-looking stock room. But it belies the importance of its contents.

From all over the world, samples of chickpeas from Morocco, potatoes from Peru and rice from India lie in cold storage, potentially for hundreds of years. The vault is cooled to -18C, but if the electricity cut, it would take decades before it warmed to zero.

Asmund notes boxes from North and South Korea sit beside one another. In here geopolitics hold little sway.

It has earned the nickname 'the doomsday vault' as it is supposed to preserve earth's agricultural diversity in a worst-case scenario.

One of those cases happened in 2015, when seeds from Syria were retrieved, when their seed vault in Aleppo was shut down as fighting had made it inaccessible.

ICARDA, an organisation aiming to improve agriculture in dry zones, withdrew samples to duplicate the Aleppo bank as closely, and in February this year, they returned with 15,000 samples to deposit, as a backup of the backup.

The Svalbard vault was created for moments like this, a global insurance policy to ensure the genetic wealth of agricultural production for the future.

*Genetic diversity – why is it important?*

There is now so much CO2 in the atmosphere that a rise in global temperatures is inevitable – meaning adaptation is the only way to survive.

The IPCC report (March 2014) chapter on food security mentioned a probable decrease in agricultural yield of up to 2% per decade from 2030 onwards, unless farming is adjusted. Add to this a 14% increase in demand for food per decade until 2050, it makes for gloomy reading.

Crucial agricultural research is carried out on seeds to find the most productive and resistant crops for a different climate futures. This is where the seed vault plays a vital role, storing the genetic diversity needed to deal with the challenge.

Diversity is key to adaptation. Genetic variation is necessary for evolution. For plants this means genetic diversity in the older cultivars and their wild relatives, these are amongst the thousands of samples stored in Svalbard from all over the world.

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Celebrate National Library Week by going behind the scenes in the Museum’s Rare Book Collection, which contains unique and beautiful natural history illustrations from the past 400 years. Conservation Librarian Barbara Rhodes leads a journey through the history of printmaking, and discusses how the evolution of various techniques—from simple woodblock to more complex processes such as lithography—allowed naturalists to create more intricate and vivid imagery.

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Located in the easternmost reaches of Indonesia, the Bird’s Head peninsula is the global epicenter of marine biodiversity. Today home to vibrant, sprawling corals and a magnificent array of fish, just twelve years ago its ecosystem was being decimated by overfishing and other destructive practices. A decade-long conservation initiative has helped the local people protect these waters for the benefit of all humanity.

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Virtually explore a Mars simulation facility used by engineers to practice operating NASA's InSight lander, slated to launch in May 2018. Hear from engineer Marleen Martinez Sundgaard as you explore the In-Situ Instrument Lab at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, and see how the spacecraft will deploy its seismometer. Not all browsers support viewing 360 videos. YouTube supports their playback on computers using Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera browsers. Use the YouTube app to view it on a smart phone. For more about the mission, visit http://mars.nasa.gov/insight

Virtually explore a Mars simulation facility used by engineers to practice operating NASA's InSight lander, slated to launch in May 2018. Hear from engineer Marleen Martinez Sundgaard as you explore the In-Situ Instrument Lab at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, and see how the spacecraft will deploy its seismometer.

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NASA's InSight lander looks a bit like an oversized crane game: when it lands on Mars this November, its robotic arm will be used to grasp and move objects on another planet for the first time.

And like any crane game, practice makes it easier to capture the prize.

Engineers and scientists have a replica of InSight at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. They use this testbed to simulate all the functions of the spacecraft, preparing for any scenario it might meet once it touches down on the Red Planet.

Virtually explore a Mars simulation facility used by engineers to practice operating NASA's InSight lander, slated to launch in May 2018. Hear from engineer Marleen Martinez Sundgaard as you explore the In-Situ Instrument Lab at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, and see how the spacecraft will deploy its seismometer. Not all browsers support viewing 360 videos. YouTube supports their playback on computers using Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera browsers. Use the YouTube app to view it on a smart phone.

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For the 5,000 sailors aboard the USS Eisenhower, long days and nights are the norm. Everything from flight operations to trash disposal must run smoothly on this floating city. See how it works in 360 degrees.

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In the middle of deployment training off the Atlantic Coast, the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower's 5,000 sailors prepared for a missile strike.

Dressed in flame-retardant hoods and gloves, they practiced battling fires, containing flooding and testing for chemical or biological agents.

"All hands man battle stations," commanders instructed over the ship's communications system as alarms blared. "Missiles inbound, brace for shot."

Hours later, the Eisenhower's executive officer signaled the end of the night exercise. Robert Aguilar wasn't happy. 

"We are moving out of training and moving into combat," he told the ship. "This is no time for smoking and joking. We are getting ourselves ready for the war that we are headed into."

That was in April 2016. The Eisenhower and its accompanying carrier strike group, more than 7,000 sailors in total, deployed two months later to the eastern Mediterranean, where they joined the international fight to contain ISIS and served as a deterrent to threats from Russia, Iran, Syria and others in the volatile region.

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The USA TODAY NETWORK VR team and a reporter from the Pensacola News Journal visited the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier to gather exclusive 360-degree video and photos during three days of round-the-clock air operations. An interactive VR experience for the HTC Vive allows the user to explore a virtual model of the Eisenhower and discover 360-degree photos and videos from above and below deck. 

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An ordinary day in North Korea

See Pyongyang's answer to the Apple Store, videogames where Americans are the bad guys, and a picturesque waterfront for fishing - and watching missiles launch. Follow CNN's Will Ripley as he gets a rare glimpse of everyday life for the privileged in North Korea.