Good morning! 

As you lay in your bed, most people in Vanuatu had lost theirs. The country's president blamed the disaster on climate change. John Kerry worked with Iran to avert a very different sort of man-made disaster.

A man was busted for the Ferguson cop shooting, and Dolce & Gabbanna faced a boycott after being busted for anti-IVF comments. An artist replaced lost people with scarecrows in a dying Japanese village. 

Vanuatu was devastated

More than 90% of the buildings in Vanuatu were in ruins after cyclone Pam ripped through the the South Pacific nation's islands, revealed its president. So far eight deaths have been reported but its expected that the number will rise as communication is restored with outlying islands.

READ MORE: Killer cyclone Pam destroys 90% of buildings in Vanuatu

A Ferguson cop shooter was booked

Cops have found and charged a 20-year-old in connection with the shooting of two cops at the demo outside Ferguson police HQ. A group of pro-police supporters had a heated exchange with those there to condemn police racism on Sunday, as protests continue.

READ MORE: Suspect charged over Ferguson protest cop shootings 

John Kerry engaged in nuclear talks

Secretary of State is busy trying to find a compromise with his Iran counterpart, which will allow six major countries to drop sanctions in exchange for Iran holding fire on its nuclear program. 

READ MORE: John Kerry kicks off fresh Iran nuclear deal talks

Celebs joined Elton John's Dolce & Gabbana boycott

Elton John, Victoria Beckham, Courtney Love and Ricky Martin are amongst the celebs slamming the Italian designers on Twitter for calling IVF babies "synthetic". The designers who were once a couple said they favoured the traditional family structure face a boycott, with John quoting the hashtag  #BoycottDolceGabbana . 

READ MORE: Elton John leads Dolce & Gabbana boycott after they condemn IVF

Scarecrows outnumbered people in a weird Japanese village

No residents? No problem! A Japanese artist living in a mountain village with a dwindling population has replaced its dead folk and the kids who've moved to the city with scarecrows. More than 150 creepy life-size dolls sit at abandoned school desks and loiter on street corners.

READ MORE:  Eery Japanese village where lost residents are replaced by scarecrows