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    Donald Trump stayed quiet during another Democratic debate. Elizabeth Warren didn't (and might emerge the winner)
     15 January 2020
    With a non-aggression pact between them buried, everyone was watching Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders at the Democratic debate. But it wasn't until everything was over that tempers actually flared.
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    Saudi Arabia's north-west desert covered in snow after unusual winter storm
    15 Jan: A powerful storm bringing sub-zero temperatures transforms parts of the Saudi Arabian desert into a winter wonderland.... more
    Chinese woman who lived on 42 cents a day dies in south-western China
    15 Jan: The sudden death of 24-year-old student Wu Huayan, who was trying to save money to help her sick brother, sparks nationwide outrage over whether more could have been done to save her.... more
    Donald Trump unleashes on Apple over not unlocking phone of Pensacola Navy base shooter
    15 Jan: While his Democratic rivals were having a debate amongst themselves, US President Donald Trump fired up Twitter and went after tech company Apple over the inability to break the encryption of criminals' phones.... more
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle say they want to establish financial independence. So who will pay for their security?
    15 Jan: Regardless of whether they're full-time, part-time or no-time Royals, Prince Harry and Meghan will still need security. But if they share their time between two different continents, who foots the bill?... more
    Starfish or sea fan? How well do you know your reef creatures?
    15 Jan: Do you know your way around a reef? See if you can spot the tricks in this quiz.... more
    Storm Brendan brings damaging winds and flooding to United Kingdom and Ireland
    15 Jan: Footage shows a bus being flooded and train lines being hit by waves as the Irish and UK coastline cops a battering.... more
    Human Rights Watch launches damning report on China, urging action against oppression and abuses
    15 Jan: Beijing's "crushing" oppression at home and its moves to spread its censorship to the rest of the world are threatening decades of progress made on global human rights, according to a new Human Rights Watch report.... more
    Facebook admits censoring posts supporting slain Iranian General Qassem Soleimani
    15 Jan: Facebook admits censoring posts about slain Iranian General Qassem Soleimani that it says violate US sanction laws, including posts from dozens of Iranian journalists and influencers.... more
    Climate change has pushed the world's oceans to record temperatures
    15 Jan: New research shows the average ocean temperature in 2019 has continued to rise to the highest level on record, and will drive more extreme weather events and bushfires as ocean temperatures increase.... more

     Most Popular Recent International News
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     29 Dec: The killer without a face +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     29 Dec: A range of new gadgets is set to be released in the new year ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     04 Jan: Meet Australian jockey Zac Purton and the Aussies racing to riches in Hong Kong ++++++++++++
     09 Jan: Kiwi teen Ethan Price has quite the story to tell when he heads back to school this month +++++++++
     09 Jan: Why did Iran attack US troops in Iraq? Could this start World War 3? Are Australians involved? ++++++++
     10 Jan: Who are Iran's allies in a potential conflict with the United States? ++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      23 Jan: Plant-based diet: the case to help slash emissions and save billions (NZ Herald)
      23 Jan: Counting on science to stop 'insectageddon' in new zealand (NZ Herald)
      22 Jan: Sevens in wonderland as captains gather for hsbc nz sevens (voxy.co.nz)
      22 Jan: Quality offering from pencarrow stud (voxy.co.nz)
      22 Jan: Agencies helping displaced groups in bougainville (RadioNZ)
      22 Jan: Air tahiti nui cancels china charter - report (RadioNZ)
      22 Jan: Amnesty international accuses chinese embassy of 'window-dressing human rights abuses' (NZ Herald)
      22 Jan: Air new zealand share price drop follows international trend as coronavirus spooks investors (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Business:
    Saracens chairman Neil Golding claims another audit would've involved more financial and emotional strain 7:27

    International:
    United Nations report says Saudis hacked Amazon boss Jeff Bezos's phone, implicates Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman 7:27

    Law and Order:
    US prosecutors are set to begin presenting their rape case against Harvey Weinstein  7:17

    Politics:
    The Maori Council's urging a moratorium on unrest between Black Power and the Mongrel Mob 7:07

    Politics:
    Coronavirus infections in China feared to be more widespread than officially reported 7:07

    Entertainment:
    Sir Patrick Stewart "got hooked" when he stumbled across an episode of 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' 7:00

    Entertainment:
    Jamie Foxx lives with his divorced parents 6:30

    Entertainment:
    Lea Michele gets "emotional" watching the late Cory Monteith in old episodes of 'Glee' 6:00

    Netball:
    Expect to see the Silver Ferns pile on the pressure in the midcourt during their second Nations Cup match against Jamaica in Birmingham this morning 5:47

    Environment:
    Much of the country is in for an absolute scorcher of a weekend 21:57

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