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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
There are horse racing fixtures at Exeter, Newcastle, Sandown and Sedgefield on Friday. Newsboy's Nap selection, the mount of Nico de Boinville, runs at 2.25
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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'
Gitanjali Rao has used technology to address contaminated drinking water, opioid addiction and cyberbullying A 15-year-old scientist and inventor has been named as Time magazine’s first “kid of the year”.Gitanjali Rao, from Denver, Colorado, has invented new technologies across a range of fields, including a device that can identify lead in drinking water, and an app and Chrome extension that uses artificial intelligence to detect cyberbullying. Continue reading...
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Emotional Tess Daly's 'heart is racing' as Vernon Kay makes I'm A Celeb final
Tess Daly is giddy with excitement as her husband Vernon Kay made the final of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! along with Jordan North and Giovanna Fletcher
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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
CHINA is said to be targeting President-elect Joe Biden's staff and the people surrounding them amid trade tensions between the United States and Beijing.
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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
Families across the UK are being allowed to gather over Christmas, even as tens of thousands of new coronavirus cases are recorded each day. Is it possible to have a safe holiday? The Guardian’s science correspondent Nicola Davis offers some guidanceCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageJust before England exited its most recent national lockdown, the four UK governments announced that people would be permitted to gather with their loved ones over the Christmas holiday, with some caveats. Science correspondent Nicola Davis explains the details of the new rules to Anushka Asthana, and describes the scientific debate that shaped them. After months of social distancing, quarantining and other restrictive measures, the prospect of something like a normal Christmas was met with relief by many. But the relaxed guidance comes even as the UK records tens of thousands of new coronavirus cases per day. Is it a good idea to meet your family over Christmas? And if you do get together, what can you do to keep everyone safe? Davis offers some guidance on navigating the holiday. Continue reading...
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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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Kamala Harris’ role: Biden says he will assign his vice president the ‘urgent need of the moment’
President-elect Joe Biden laid out his vision for his soon-to-be vice president’s role, saying Kamala Harris will be asked to take on “the urgent need of the moment” rather than pursue her own policy agenda.
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PAUL THOMAS on... easier exams
'I know you're only wearing masks now so I can't see you grinning from ear to ear'
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Coronavirus: More than a third of a million small businesses may not survive winter, warns Labour
Around 1 million do not have cash reserves to last three months, warns Ed Miliband
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Government plans to redefine ‘treasure’ to protect precious objects for the nation
Ministers have announced plans to redefine the meaning of “treasure” in order to increase the protection of precious artefacts.  
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29 inmates charged in deadly 2018 South Carolina prison riot
South Carolina's attorney general says 29 inmates have been charged in connection with a state prison riot in 2018 that left seven inmates dead and 22 injured
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After six years and 6bn km, Japan's Hayabusa2 prepares to bring home cargo of asteroid dust
Japanese craft collected dust from the asteroid Ryugu that scientists hope could shed light on the origins of lifeThe last time Hayabusa2 was seen with the naked eye, Barack Obama was president of the United States and Brexit was a distant Europhobe fantasy.Six years and three days after its groundbreaking mission began, the Japanese spacecraft will drop a capsule onto the Australian outback carrying pristine asteroid fragments that scientists believe could shed light on the formation of the solar system and the origins of life. Continue reading...
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California church sees victory in order from high court
Lawyers for a church with more than 160 congregations across California say they will seek an immediate court order allowing indoor worship after the Supreme Court told a lower federal court to reexamine state coronavirus restrictions on church services
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Care home staff and over 80s to take priority over NHS workers for Covid vaccine
Care home staff as well as inpatients and outpatients aged over 80 will be prioritised over NHS frontline staff following the release of new guidelines and amid worries the initial 800,000 doses may be all Britain gets for weeks
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WW3 fears SOAR as Taiwan admits 'we cannot rule out possibility' of war with China
TAIWAN's foreign minister has said the nation "cannot rule out the possibility" of war with China amid fears of the eastern superpower "launching a military attack".
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Automakers prep for stronger mileage standards under Biden
Now that it’s clear Joe Biden soon will be president, the fight over automobile pollution and fuel efficiency standards is likely to peter out, and U.S. consumers should see a broader selection of electric and efficient vehicles
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Family of London Bridge terror attack victim say they are suing the Government
Saskia Jones, 23, was fatally stabbed along with Jack Merritt, 25, by convicted terrorist Usman Khan during a prisoner rehabilitation event on November 29, 2019.
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CNN accuses Trump of ‘endangering democracy’ as president REFUSES to concede election
DONALD TRUMP, and those Republicans who continue to support him, have been accused of "endangering the pillars of our democracy" by CNN editor-at-large Chris Cillizza.
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New mother, 35, is barred from entering Makro store for breaching social distancing rules
Kat Bailey, 35, of West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire , said she was left 'gobsmacked' after a recent trip to Makro in Nottingham when she was turned away for carrying her daughter with her.
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NHS workers ‘moved down priority list for Covid vaccine’
Care home residents and staff prioritised amid fears over potential vaccine shortage, reports suggest
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Arecibo Observatory collapse video captured by drone
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Noah Cyrus apologises for using racially charged term to defend Harry Styles
Noah Cyrus has issued an apology after she used an offensive racist remark as defended Harry Style for wearing a Gucci ballgown on the cover of Vogue
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Egypt frees three members of leading human rights group
Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights workers charged with terrorism-related offences following briefing with senior diplomats
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CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Graham Chapman? Not even the third funniest in Monty Python!
CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Right, class, today we're going to have an end-of-term quiz, to see what you've learned about 20th century British history.
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Mother pretends the Elf on the Shelf has been KILLED and EATEN in prank
Tanya Lee, 30, admitted she appeared 'a bad parent' after laying out chicken bones as an 'elf-shaped skeleton' next to a stuffed Grinch toy. Single mother Ms Lee said her son Oscar 'cried and cried'.
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Ancient objects dug up by metal detectorists will be reclassified to protect Britain's heritage
Items of historical or cultural value found by bounty hunters will belong to the nation under the plans, announced by ministers yesterday.
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Harry Potter book expected to fetch £50k at auction after owner almost sold in car boot sale for 50p
A first edition Harry Potter book is expected to sell at a huge £50,000 at auction. The copy of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone was one of 500 in first print run in 1997.
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Southwest warns nearly 7,000 workers of possible furloughs
Southwest Airlines is moving closer to the first furloughs in its history
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'Boom… then quiet': Witnesses tell of the moment blast at sewerage plant killed four workers
Three Wessex Water employees and one contractor, understood to have been working on top of the silo, were killed when it exploded in Avonmouth yesterday morning.
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British Government to compensate people who suffer extreme Covid-19 vaccine side effects
The government has added the Covid-19 vaccine to the Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme which will pay anyone severely disabled by the medication a tax free lump sum of £120,000.
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Melania Trump will not divorce POTUS as couple have ‘banter’ says former adviser
MELANIA TRUMP's ex-friend and former adviser has said there is "no way" the First Lady will divorce US President Donald Trump.
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Britain’s rapid coronavirus vaccine approval defended as UK medical expert snubs Dr Fauci
ANTHONY Fauci, US infectious disease expert and White House adviser, has been criticised by a former British medical regulator for comments he made about how quickly the UK approved the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine.
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