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Spotted: Leopard wandering empty mall in India
For a moment, there was authentic leopard print on display at an Indian mall.The big cat skulked through the Korum Mall basement before opening hours early morning Wednesday in Thane, outside Mumbai, the Hindustan Times and other...
[nzherald.co.nz - world]

Driver Joyce Jenkins 'nudged Swansea baby's pram off crossing'
The 73-year-old woman is accused of driving her car into a pram carrying a nine-month-old baby.
[BBC News UK]

Botswana sack coach David Bright after poor Nations Cup campaign
Botswana Football Association sacks national team coach David Bright after a poor 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign.
[BBC News Africa]

An Alabama newspaper editor wants to bring back lynching
Two decades ago, the editor of the tiny Democrat-Reporter newspaper in Linden, Alabama, was being talked about as a potential contender for the Pulitzer Prize. A congressional citation read on the floor of the House of Representatives...
[nzherald.co.nz - world]

The two words you never want to hear plane staff use while on board a flight
If you've ever tried to eavesdrop on the crew on a plane, you'll quickly realise they've got a whole other language of their own going on.Much of what we regularly overhear is standard procedural stuff, which — even if we can't...
[nzherald.co.nz - travel]

Brexit: What trade deals has the UK done so far?
The UK says it want to replicate the EU's trade agreements "as far as possible".
[BBC News UK]

Mike Thomson: Why no-one tackles Liberia's leader
What happens when a footballer becomes president? Players don't want to take him on.
[BBC News Africa]

A380 superjumbos in the junkyard already as Airbus looks to recoup costs
It was the key message Airbus executives wanted to get out there after last week's shock announcement that production was to end of the huge A380 superjumbo: the plane would be flying for decades to come.But it is clear problems...
[nzherald.co.nz - travel]

Staying at the Lodge at Craggy Range, Hawke's Bay
Jesse Mulligan checks into the Lodge at Craggy Range, Hawke's Bay. Getting there: Hire a rental car from Napier airport or, if you want to make an impression, arrive via one of the hang gliders launching from the top of the mountain...
[nzherald.co.nz - travel]

Greymouth to Hokitika, on New Zealand's West Coast: My heartland
Kim Knight grew up on the Coast but can't be a Coaster. She's okay with that — she's resilient. The West Coast makes you want to invent words.Something for the way the mist clags the trees. Something for the sound of salt on limestone-sandstone-greenstone....
[nzherald.co.nz - travel]

Vitiligo: Skin condition brought Kenyan friends closer together
Kenyan friends Julie Asuju and Wangui Njee talk about their experiences of living with Vitiligo.
[BBC News Africa]

Tanzanian nine-year-old poet: 'I want to show everything is possible'
Tanzanian nine-year-old Tumaini's poems have covered apartheid and her country's first president.
[BBC News Africa]

UK wants fully autonomous cars on road
Currently, the law requires a human remote driver - not necessarily inside the vehicle but ready to take over control if needed.
[BBC]

UK wants fully autonomous cars on road
Currently, the law requires a human remote driver - not necessarily inside the vehicle but ready to take over control if needed.
[BBC News]

Elizabeth Ohene: The fashion faux pas of bullet-proof vests
Body armour, like that worn by DR Congo's new president, can save lives but presents problems if you want to be discreet.
[BBC News Africa]

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