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8/20/2017

Peter Dunne stands aside in extremely volatile and unpredictable political environment
Peter Dunne stands aside in extremely volatile and unpredictable political environment
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8/20/2017

U.S. News and World Report: A 7,000-resident Nebraska city welcoming would-be viewers of Monday's full solar eclipse is scrambling to restore its water service after a
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8/20/2017

Dylan Voller turns his years in detention into a voice for kids still inside
Australian Broadcasting Corporation: He never set out to be an activist, but Dylan Voller has inadvertently found himself as a voice for Indigenous youth in
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8/20/2017

Stuff: A uniquely Aotearoa entertainment experience was a real treat for festival goers
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8/20/2017

Australian Broadcasting Corporation: Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce will throw his company's support behind the Yes campaign for same-sex marriage, despite pointed criticism from Coalition
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8/20/2017

Giving a trendy touch to Onam saris
New Indian Express: ... saris has been grown in the pristine surroundings of the Western Ghats by tribal farmers using the age old knowledge of
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8/20/2017

International Business Times: The poll by Pew Research Center said that even allies like Germany, Japan, France, and South Korea trusted the Russian leader over
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8/20/2017

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8/20/2017

New Zealand Herald: It is time for action on inequality and the environment, according to Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.The industry body has released
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8/20/2017

New Zealand Herald: A Norwegian firm which was until recently prospecting for oil in Northland says it didn't hire private investigators to spy on Greenpeace




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July Was the 2nd Hottest Month in Recorded History


California scientists are calling for the largest U.S. investment in climate research in years

California scientists are calling for the largest


Court says pipelines — not Exxon — are to blame for a major oil spill

Court says pipelines — not Exxon — are to blame


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Forest rangers and firefighters are bracing for a


A forest where gods live

A forest where gods live






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