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    Afghanistan mosque attack kills dozens of people, including children
     19 October 2019
    An explosion rocks a mosque in eastern Afghanistan as dozens of people gather to offer Friday players, causing the roof to collapse and killing dozens of worshippers, provincial officials say.
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    Warfare's next frontier might be the ocean floor — here's why
    19 Oct: Surprisingly little is known about the sea floor in great detail, prompting countries the world over to scour the seabed to see what they can find. Will this change our security landscape?... more
    A New Zealander has been jailed in Western Australia, after pleading guilty to killing a young surfer while drug-driving
    19 Oct: A New Zealander has been jailed in Western Australia, after pleading guilty to killing a young surfer while drug-driving... more
    Extinction Rebellion protests turn violent as commuters turn on activists on London Tube
    18 Oct: Footage shared on social media shows two demonstrators being pulled from the top of a Tube train by a crowd of angry commuters, with a transport worker stepping in to shield an activist.... more
    Australian man Brenton Estorffe killed during home invasion in Texas while his wife and children slept
    18 Oct: US police are investigating reports of a car speeding away from the scene of the shooting, which took place while the victim's wife and two young children were asleep in their beds.... more
    China's economy hits three-decade low, with GDP growth falling to 6pc
    18 Oct: The impact of the trade war, slowing factory output and weak domestic demand has put the brakes on China's economy, dragging it down to the lower end of the Government's target.... more
    Malaysian Islamic party demands Oktoberfest events be shut down
    18 Oct: Ultraconservative PAS has for years barracked against the hosting of Oktoberfest and other alcohol-related events in Malaysia, which has large Buddhist, Christian and Hindu minorities.... more
    Cleft palate or lip is one of the most common birth defects worldwide, but do you know what it is?
    18 Oct: From a tiny scar running between the lip and nose, to a large opening in the roof of the mouth, cleft palate and lip is one of the most common birth defects.... more
    Father in Dutch 'end of time' family charged with abuse and money laundering as police interview his adult children
    18 Oct: Dutch police say the 67-year-old father of six is facing unlawful deprivation of liberty, abuse and money laundering charges on the suspicion he endangered the lives of his children by holding them captive on a rural property for nine years.... more
    Boris Johnson may be celebrating his victory in Brussels, but the Brexit rollercoaster rides on
    18 Oct: If his Brexit deal falters in London, the possibility of a delay and an election becomes increasingly likely and Boris Johnson will land himself in the same quagmire as Theresa May, writes Samantha Hawley.... more

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     07 Oct: Otago University Students Association urging students not to use social media to ignite dangerous rumours +++++++++++
     19 Sep: What came before the Big Bang? A trip through cosmology, multiverses, fifth dimensions and a big bounce ++++++++++
     27 Sep: Former swim coach Paul Frost charged with 57 child sex offences involving 11 boys ++++++++++
     26 Sep: Who is Instagram influencer Caroline Calloway and why is the world paying so much attention to her? ++++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      19 Oct: League - search for former rugby league international mike mcclennan continues (Stuff.co.nz)
      18 Oct: Bay of plenty v manawatu live - 2019 mitre 10 cup championship semifinals (Stuff.co.nz)
      18 Oct: 'we will find him': son appeals for sightings of missing former kiwis league stalwart mike mcclennan (NZ Herald)
      18 Oct: Nelson mayor wins international fellowship for women leaders (Stuff.co.nz)
      18 Oct: Search for missing former league coach mike mcclennan now in its third day (NZ Herald)
      18 Oct: Former rugby league international mike mcclennan missing for a second night (Stuff.co.nz)
      18 Oct: Kiwis ferns skipper honey hireme: my late mum would have wanted me to play in nines world cup (NZ Herald)
      17 Oct: Nz teen wins young wildlife photographer of the year (RadioNZ)
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     Today's News

    Rugby League:
    Former player turned commentator Braith Anasta's blasted the NRL for punishing Kiwis prop Nelson Asofa-Solomona for his role in a Bali brawl 11:07

    Rugby:
    Jamie Joseph and his Japan coaching staff have pulled back a bit as the side faces its first ever Rugby World Cup final 10:57

    Entertainment:
    Kerry Katona has been hospitalized 10:52

    Rugby:
    Wing Sevu Reece is reflecting on a journey to the Rugby World Cup quarter-final 10:47

    Law and Order:
    Police are moving to the next phase of the investigation into the death of Dunedin student Sophia Crestani, after wrapping up dozens of witness interviews 10:27

    Entertainment:
    Alyssa Milano has praised the #MeToo movement as "beautiful" 10:22

    Politics:
    A new report reveals Maori people who speak Te Reo are less likely to have a drinking problem 10:07

    Entertainment:
    Elle Fanning finds Angelina Jolie “inspiring” 9:52

    International:
    Afghanistan mosque attack kills dozens of people, including children 9:27

    Living & Travel:
    New Zealanders are being urged to wear lifejackets on the water this summer 9:26

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