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    'I didn't want my mum to know': The men and boys arrested for being gay in Nigeria
     22 October 2017
    When police raided a a gay nightspot in the back blocks of Lagos, the lives of 40 men and boys, some as young as 13, changed forever.
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    ASX rebound: What is behind it and can it last?
    21 Oct: Having been in the doldrums form most 2017, the ASX has suddenly regained its mojo.... more
    'It's about bloody time': Period 'blood' shown in advertisement in effort to confront taboos
    21 Oct: A British hygiene company shows a pad absorbing red — not blue — "period blood" in an advertisement for the first time, with many taking to social media to praise the realistic portrayal of what women experience during their reproductive years.... more
    10 foolproof ways to defend yourself from the magpie menace
    21 Oct: When the Sun comes out and the leaves return to the trees, Australians know what time it is: it's time to flee, writes Ben Pobjie.... more
    Japan election: Shinzo Abe and his policies are unpopular, so why are voters set to stick with him?
    21 Oct: Japan's Prime Minister is both deeply unpopular and pursuing a policy agenda rejected by much of the electorate. So why now, on the cusp of a snap election, does Japan look set to stick with Shinzo Abe?... more
    Coll bows out in squash quarter-finals
    21 Oct: World No.10 New Zealander Paul Coll has been knocked out of squash's VSA Championship in England, beaten in straight sets by Egypt's Ali Farag.... more
    What would the Queen do? The very British problem of politeness
    21 Oct: A British thinktank says the country renowned for its tradition of good manners might in fact be losing them. It wants a new 'civility code' — but is it just old-fashioned thinking?... more
    Miracle WWI survivor's family find answers
    21 Oct: A Kiwi soldier has found the descendants of a German officer who miraculously saved his great-grandfather almost a century ago.... more
    Democrats are embracing George W Bush, so you know America is in a weird place
    20 Oct: You know America is in a weird place when Democrats are on board with the views of former foe George W Bush, writes ABC Washington bureau chief Zoe Daniel.... more
    Vanuatu volcano: Ambae islanders to return to villages as Manaro settles
    20 Oct: Ambae islanders will return to their villages as a volcano on the island appears to have stabilised. The repatriation process is expected to take just three days.... more

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     International NewsLinks
      22 Oct: Tony veitch: only aussies can make bledisloe cup great again (NZ Herald)
      22 Oct: Waru: the nine female maori filmmakers united in their passion to start a conversation (Stuff.co.nz)
      22 Oct: Netball new zealand open-minded as it looks for solutions after aussie whitewash (Stuff.co.nz)
      22 Oct: International science deals deliberately play favourites (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Oct: Sri lanka one loss from a third odi series whitewash in 2017 (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Oct: Scotland suspends 'kilted kiwi' john hardie pending investigation (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Oct: England could resume touring zimbabwe as part of new icc competitions (BBCWorld)
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