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    WWI diggers' relatives celebrate decision not to build wind farm near French battlefield
     21 November 2017
    The burial site of thousands of World War I soldiers is to remain undisturbed after a multinational company cancelled its plan to build a wind farm in northern France.
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    Srebrenica massacre survivor hits back at genocide deniers ahead of war crimes verdict
    21 Nov: Try telling Nedzad Avdic that what happened in Srebrenica 22 years ago was not genocide. Forced to lie in a pile of bodies and shot at close range, he's one of the few survivors of a massacre which left 8,000 men and boys dead.... more
    Kabul to Calais: A 13-year-old's dangerous attempt to reach a new life in London
    21 Nov: On the streets of Calais, you can sense the fear. Locals resent the influx of migrants, drivers are scared of the hooded teens chasing their moving trucks, and children like Mahmoud are scared of everyone they've met on their lonely path to safety.... more
    Rohingya crisis: Nothing prepared me for Bangladesh's refugee camps
    21 Nov: I've worked in emergency health everywhere from Syria to Chad, but I've never seen anything like this, writes Kym Blechynden.... more
    Living rooms for rent by the minute outsource the whole idea of home
    21 Nov: So you're having to room share to live in the city. What if you need more than a place to sleep? Well, now you can rent a living room by the minute. Welcome to the world of distributed living.... more
    Concern for life of Rohingya refugee injured in motorbike accident on Nauru
    21 Nov: A decision on whether to medically evacuate a critically injured refugee on Nauru is being weighed up by Australia's Department of Immigration.... more
    Charles Manson, the cult mastermind who brainwashed hippie youth to kill
    21 Nov: Charles Manson, one of the world's most notorious psychopaths, used everything from sex and LSD to the Beatles' White Album to influence his "family" of followers to murder at his behest.... more
    Charles Manson: How the notorious cult leader brought an abrupt end to the 60s
    21 Nov: Charles Manson, the notorious cult leader who directed his followers to commit a string of brutal murders, came to represent the worst excesses of a divided society spinning out of control, and a generation at war with its elders, writes Mark Bannerman.... more
    Young girl brutally tortured in PNG after accusations of sorcery
    21 Nov: A six-year-old girl is tortured with hot knives in Papua New Guinea after being falsely accused of practising sorcery. She is believed to be the daughter of a woman who was burned alive in 2013.... more
    How to respond if a friend is accused of sexual misconduct
    20 Nov: Navigating allegations of sexual misconduct can be tricky. Here's some tips from Micheline Maynard.... more

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     International NewsLinks
      21 Nov: New zealand names long drive golf team to take on australia (voxy.co.nz)
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      21 Nov: Dairy companies defend rising prices as butter hits new highs (NZ Herald)
      21 Nov: Mike hosking: on industry, hand-wringing elites, and paying the bills (NZ Herald)
      21 Nov: Palestinian activists angry at nick cave over israel show (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Nov: Tuvalu's international airport to be upgraded (RadioNZ)
      20 Nov: Auckland council ceo stephen town rejects motion to scrap business-class travel (NZ Herald)
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