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U.S. National Security Adviser Reportedly Gets Typhoid Mary Treatment In Vietnam

Robert O'Brien and his crew were relegated to a single floor at their Hanoi hotel as food was left outside their rooms.
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Stars celebrate Thanksgiving: Carrie Underwood, John Legend, Nicki Minaj, Justin Bieber and more

Thanksgiving looked different for most of us this year. Stars took to social media to talk about what they were grateful for.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Damilola Taylor: What lessons have been learnt 20 years on?

The killing of a 10-year-old boy shocked Britain. But what has the death taught police 20 years on?
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Samoa records its first Covid-19 case – imported from Australia

A repatriation flight has brought the first case to the Pacific archipelago, which has successfully kept the virus from its shores for 11 monthsSamoa has confirmed its first case of coronavirus – a case imported from Australia – after nearly 11 months keeping Covid from its shores.The positive case was detected in a 70-year-old Samoan citizen who travelled to Apia from Melbourne, landing in the capital on a repatriation flight on 13 November. Continue reading...
Tags: Australia, World news, Australia news, Asia Pacific, New Zealand, Melbourne, Pacific, Samoa, Apia, Pacific Islands, Coronavirus


Coronavirus: Tory MPs call for more evidence on 'appalling' Covid tiers plan

Some backbench MPs say the new restrictions could lead to "utter devastation" for local economies.
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Tua Tagovailoa limited again with thumb injury

The Dolphins claim they're not worried about quarterback Tua Tagovailoa's thumb injury. Maybe they should be. Tagovailoa was limited again in practice on Thursday with an injury that happened not in Sunday's loss to the Broncos but in Wedne
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Hong Kong protester jailed for throwing eggs as city's judiciary comes under increasing pressure

A 31-year-old man has been jailed for 21 months for throwing eggs at a police station, the latest tough sentence handed down by a Hong Kong court as the authorities move to clamp down on political dissent in the Chinese territory.
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Hong Kong protester gets 21 months in prison for throwing eggs as city's judiciary comes under pressure to take hard line

A 31-year-old man has been jailed for 21 months for throwing eggs at a police station, the latest tough sentence handed down by a Hong Kong court as the authorities move to clamp down on political dissent in the Chinese territory.
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Trump Flips Out At Reporter: ‘Don’t Ever Talk To The President That Way’

Reuters White House correspondent Jeff Mason pushed back on Trump's election fraud claims, prompting an outburst.
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China slaps up to 200% tariffs on Australian wine

It has been investigating the "dumping" of cheap wines in China - an accusation Australia denies.
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Americans all ready for some shopping therapy this weekend

The Black Friday shopping frenzy is almost here, with a new survey revealing the average amount customers are expected to spend over the next few days.
Tags: Cyber Monday, Black Friday, Mobile, Photography, News, Trends, E-commerce, Online Shopping, Computing, Home Theater, Smart Home, Breaking Twitter


Whale skeleton discovered in Thailand thought to be 5,000 years old

Archaeologists believe the bones are as old as 5,000 years and remarkably well preserved.
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Australia: Ski case falls flat - A dangerous recreational activity - Colin Biggers & Paisley

The Court held that skiing is a dangerous recreational activity within the meaning of the Civil Liability Act 2002 (NSW).
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Iran diplomat to stand trial in Belgium over 'France bomb plot'

Prosecutors in Belgium say he planned an attack on an Iranian opposition rally near Paris in 2018.
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'Bros is back': Luke Goss on his Christmas film and making up with Matt

After his new Christmas movie Luke will reunite with twin Matt for the first Bros album in 30 years.
Tags: UK, News, Bros, Luke, Matt, Luke Goss


Ex-convict's tribute to 'special' Jack Merritt

Rosca Onya remembers the prison education worker killed in the Fishmongers' Hall attack a year ago.
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Lockdown asylum freeze puts Iraqi doctor 'in limbo'

"Karim" wanted to help the NHS but the pandemic put his asylum claim on hold.
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What's going on with Scottish independence?

Elections in 2021 and the pandemic have brought the issue of Scottish independence into the spotlight.
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'CITGO 6' found guilty and sentenced in Venezuela

Six US oil executives who traveled to Venezuela in 2017 and were arrested on corruption charges have been found guilty, according to a person familiar with the case.
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Judge In Venezuela Convicts 6 American Oil Executives On Corruption Charges

The men, who've been held for three years in Venezuela, were immediately sentenced to prison, defense attorneys say.
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The Prince of Sweden and his wife Princess Sophia both tested positive for COVID-19, as their country struggles under a brutal second wave of infections

Prince Carl Philip of Sweden and Princess Sofia are isolating at home, after testing positive for COVID-19. Michael Campanella/Getty Images Prince Carl Philip and his wife, Princess Sophia, have both tested positive for COVID-19 after showing symptoms of the coronavirus. The pair attended a funeral with the reigning King of Sweden and other members of the royal family on Friday, and they showed negative test results then. The king, queen, crown princess and her husband have all been tested...
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Watch Anthony Bourdain teach Anderson Cooper how to make 'Sunday Gravy'

This Thanksgiving, Anderson Cooper remembered his late friend Anthony Bourdain by revisiting a cooking lesson in which the world-renowned chef taught him how to make a New Jersey classic: "Sunday Gravy."
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In photos: America celebrates during a pandemic

As the coronavirus surges in the United States, many Americans were faced with a choice over Thanksgiving week: Do I change the way I celebrate the holidays?
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Celebrating the holidays during a pandemic

As the coronavirus surges in the United States, many Americans were faced with a choice over Thanksgiving week: Do I change the way I celebrate the holidays?
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China announces tariffs on Australian wine and Victoria achieves Covid 'elimination' – live news

Treasury Wine Estates suspends trade in its shares on the ASX as it digests China’s announcement; and South Australia records no new Covid cases as premier announces lifting of border restrictions with Victoria. Follow live updatesDozens of Queensland police officers forced to isolate after contact with Covid-infected manFollow our global live blogAustralia’s rules and restrictions explained: state by state 2.34am GMT The anti-dumping measures announced today will see tariffs of between 107%...
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‘Killing Spree’: DeSantis Extends Ban On Mask Enforcement Amid Florida COVID-19 Spike

"I. Have. No. Words. Anymore," tweets epidemiologist Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding of the Federation of American Scientists.
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Oxford Covid vaccine: Regulator asked to assess jab

The referral is "a significant first step" to a possible rollout of the vaccine, the government says.
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Oxford Covid vaccine: Regulator asked to asses jab

The referral is "a significant first step" to a possible rollout of the vaccine, the government says.
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