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No plans for further military ties with Japan, after Australia signs new agreement
A defence pact between Australia and Japan has not inspired New Zealand officials to bolster formal military ties with Japan, or other countries. 
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-Israel's Netanyahu says he will pay a visit to Bahrain soon
-Kurdish and Turkey-backed fighters clash in Syria, 11 killed
-'We just ran': Ethiopians fleeing war find little relief
-Infertility Treatment Devices Market - Growth, Trends, and Forecasts (2020 - 2025)

Who has made a legendary impact at Liverpool? Garth Crooks' team of the week
Who has had an impact like Kevin Keegan and Kenny Dalglish? Who proved he is still world class? Garth Crooks names his team of the week. 
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Mexico ambush: Arrest over Mormon massacre
Three Mormon women and six of their children were killed in the Sonora desert last year. 
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David Dinkins: New York City's first black mayor dies
David Dinkins, who has died aged 93, served as the city's first and only black mayor from 1990-1993. 
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EastEnders wins big at Inside Soap Awards
The BBC One show wins five trophies, including best soap, while Coronation Street wins four. 
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Why Hasan Minhaj's resurfaced comments about Dax Shepard's appearance are going viral
Hasan Minhaj had a smart response to a "hot or not" question one year ago, and now his thoughts on Dax Shepard's looks are going viral for an important reason. 
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz 11:35pm 

Miley Cyrus says she's 2 weeks sober again after she 'fell off' sobriety during COVID-19
In a candid new interview, Miley Cyrus revealed she's back to being sober after she "fell off" her sobriety during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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Investors snap up Air New Zealand stock after positive vaccine news
The prospect of international flights opening up again has boosted Air New Zealand's stock. 
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Covid-19: More places visited by Air New Zealand crew member released
More Aucklanders are being asked to self-isolate and be tested for Covid-19 as a precautionary measure after an NZ-based Air New Zealand crew member tested positive to the virus overseas. 
© 2020 RadioNZ 10:25pm 


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-Netanyahu and MBS Have Good Reason to Meet
-The World Needs to Head Off the Worst in Ethiopia
-UN, partners seek funds for Afghanistan at donors conference
-China debt: Beijing may cut belt and road lending due to domestic pressure, to ensure future of project
-Virtual Private Network (VPN) Market Report 2020: VPN Usage Spirals to an all Time High of 27.1% - Global Forecast to 2027
-SimpliPhi Power CEO Awarded Meaningful Business 100

I'm A Celeb: The man teaching Ant and Dec to speak Welsh
Special advisors are on hand around the clock to make sure the show's stars get language right. 
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Stephen Ellison: Diplomat who saved drowning woman given banner
The banner, a Chinese gift of gratitude, reads "righteous and courageous, saving people from water". 
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Latex glove maker shuts factories after infections
Malaysia's Top Glove will close more than half of its plants after a surge in virus cases. 
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Poignant reunion with accidental Thanksgiving guest
Wanda still invites Jamal to dinner four years after a misdial - but this year there was an empty seat. 
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Coronavirus: Retail workers 'scared' as cases surge
Workers rights groups say employers must do more to protect staff as coronavirus cases surge. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 11:45pm 

Paris police in 'shocking' clash at migrant camp
Police dismantled the makeshift camp, tipped migrants out of their tents, and used tear gas. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 11:45pm 

Director Tristram Shapeero apologises to Lukas Gage after unmuted comments
Tristram Shapeero has apologised publicly to Lukas Gage after making comments about his apartment. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 11:35pm 

MOBOs 2020: 'More important than ever to showcase black culture'
Maya Jama and Chunkz will host the awards honouring music of black origin, last held in 2017. 
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Jump in consumer spending as Christchurch residents shop locally and eat out
Spending on shopping and eating in October was up 12 per cent to $39 million compared with the same month last year, with only fuel and accommodation down. 
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz 10:45pm 

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