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Festive shoppers are being warned to watch out for misleading product reviews on Amazon after an investigation by Channel 4 found some misleading reviews.
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Roger Stone claims North Korea boated in votes for Biden ‘through a harbour in Maine’
Maine has already denied the bizarre allegations as having ‘no validity’
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EXPLAINER: Trump's failing, monthlong fight against election
President Donald Trump’s frantic effort in the courts to delegitimize an election he lost has come no closer in a month to reversing any results
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Yellow warning for snow today as Britain braced for coldest night of year
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Man Utd transfer round-up as Sergio Ramos linked and Ousmane Dembele latest
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Alexandre Lacazette finds Arsenal hope in a new role but relies on Arteta belief
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Trump loves to win but keeps losing election lawsuits
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Queen’s beloved dorgi Vulcan passes away - leaving monarch with just one dog
The Queen's beloved dorgi Vulcan has passed away, according to reports.
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Hardships mount in Kentucky as COVID-19 relief talks drag on
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One Good Thing: Hong Kong restaurant trains the disabled
Located smack in the middle of Hong Kong’s bustling Mong Kok neighborhood, Dignity Kitchen offers an array of mouthwatering Singaporean fare
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Dangerously viral: How Trump, supporters spread false claims
It took just a day for a cellphone video of a man hauling a large box into a Detroit election office to be viewed more than a million times
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Prince William gives update on project with Harry amid feud peace – ‘Grown significantly’
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Asian stocks lower after Pfizer cuts vaccine shipment plans
Asian stock markets have followed Wall Street lower after Pfizer cut the number of doses of a coronavirus vaccine it might ship this year
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Texas prep football player attacks referee
A Texas high school football player charged onto the field and bowled over a referee Thursday night, angered after being ejected from the game
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Judge refuses to dismiss media charges in Pell trial
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I'm A Celeb star shares behind-the-scenes details including 'hostage situation'
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Optimism growing for COVID relief bill as pressure builds
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Jobs report will show how much pandemic is squeezing hiring
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Nepotism claims the latest hitch for Merkel's designated successor
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Pardon me! Will Trump be indicted? Politics Weekly Extra podcast
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What is Santa’s address? How to send a letter to Santa and get a reply
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ADVERTORIAL: Best bets for this weekend's world title boxing action
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Liverpool transfer round-up as Reds 'open to Origi and Shaqiri offers'
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Evatt's strong message to clubs contemplating bid for Bolton defender Santos
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Sergio Ramos might be the perfect short-term Man United signing
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Joe Biden health fears: President-elect seen wearing protective boot after dog accident
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Data shows Americans couldn't resist Thanksgiving travel
Americans couldn’t resist the urge to gather for Thanksgiving
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Asia Today: S. Korea reports highest daily tally in 9 months
South Korea has recorded 629 new coronavirus cases over the past 24 hours, the highest daily tally in about nine months
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South China Sea crisis: America reforms US Navy’s 1st Fleet to oppose Chinese expansion
FEARS of a major conflict erupting in the Asia-Pacific surged after the Trump administration announced the US is reforming its 1st Fleet for the first time in over 40 years.
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Tips for ITV Racing as Newsboy heads to Sandown for Nap selection
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Bangladesh moves ahead with Rohingya refugee relocation
Authorities in Bangladesh have started sending a first group of more than 1,500 Rohingya refugees to an isolated island despite calls by human rights groups for a halt to the process
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Prince Harry mistaken for Christmas tree salesmen while shopping with Meghan
A little boy ran up to Prince Harry believing him to work at a pop-up Christmas tree store near to duke's £11 million mansion in Santa Barbara - while a staff member described him as a "chill lad"
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30 people 'found held hostage in house' after man runs down street in underpants
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Time magazine names teenage inventor its first 'kid of the year'
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Emotional Tess Daly's 'heart is racing' as Vernon Kay makes I'm A Celeb final
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Space war: US army chief warns 'next Pearl Harbour’ could be in space amid China tensions
THE highest ranking military officer in the US armed forces has warned "the next Pearl Harbour could happen in space".
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Man who repeatedly tried to stab police officer convicted of attempted murder
A man who repeatedly tried to stab a police officer before being Tasered has been convicted of attempted murder.
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World War II vet beats COVID-19, marks 104th birthday
A World War II veteran from Alabama has recovered from COVID-19 in time to mark his 104th birthday
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Adolf Hitler wins election in Namibia - and has no plans for world domination
Adolf Hitler Uunona won a seat in Oshana, Namibia, but insisted he has "nothing to do with" the ideologies of the Nazi Party, claiming his father likely didn't understand what the name stood for
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China THREAT as US intelligence chief warns Biden’s team targeted amid trade tensions
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Militants open fire and burn police car in Philippine town
Philippine officials say dozens of militants aligned with the Islamic State group have opened fire on a Philippine army detachment and burned a police patrol car in a southern town but withdrew after troops returned fire
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Miguel Algarín, a founder of beloved NYC poetry space, dies
Miguel Algarín, poet and a founder of New York City’s beloved Nuyorican Poets Café performance space, has died
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How to have a Covid-safe Christmas
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China denies plotting with Pakistan to smother India as World War 3 tensions ERUPT
AN ARTICLE published in China's state linked Global Times tabloid has angrily dismissed claims Beijing is strengthening its relationship with Pakistan to intimidate India.
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Barack Obama and former US Presidents could take coronavirus vaccine LIVE on air
BARACK OBAMA and two other former US presidents have indicated they are willing to receive a coronavirus vaccine while being filmed to prove to the US public that it is safe.
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Chinese official says Australian PM overreacted to tweet
China’s deputy ambassador to Australia says Prime Minister Scott Morrison overreacted to a social media post about alleged war crimes by Australian soldiers in Afghanistan
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Largest ever EuroMillions jackpot up for grabs in Friday’s draw
The largest ever EuroMillions jackpot is up for grabs in Friday's draw - with a total sum of £175 million available to win.
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Robbie Williams 'forming new band for raves' 25 years after quitting Take That
Robbie Williams is making a music comeback with a new band but this project will be unlike anything he has done before as he looks to host "old fashioned raves"
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Joe Biden to tell all Americans to wear masks for his first 100 days in office
Joe Biden is keen to distance himself from predecessor Donald Trump's pandemic approach, and hopes mask-wearing will "see a significant reduction" in the spread of coronavirus
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