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Formula 1: US & Brazil races unlikely to happen - Toto Wolff
The US and Brazilian Grands Prix are unlikely to take place this year as a result of the coronavirus, according to Mercedes boss Toto Wolff. 
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Wigan Athletic: EFL chairman Rick Parry secretly filmed discussing Wigan rumours
EFL chairman Rick Parry is secretly recorded by a Wigan fan discussing rumours related to the club's administration. 
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Pop Smoke has 'left us something special' with debut album
Radio 1 Newsbeat hears from fans of the rapper as his posthumous album is released. 
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UK PM plans daily White House-style press briefings
Boris Johnson says the televised format will give the public "direct engagement" with decision-makers. 
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Sikh pilgrims in deadly Pakistan train crash
At least 21 die as an express train hits a van carrying the pilgrims near the city of Lahore. 
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Turkey fireworks: Deadly factory blasts trap workers
Explosions in north-west Turkey leave two workers dead and many more wounded. 
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Supermarkets snub coconut goods picked by monkeys
Monkeys are treated like "picking machines" to harvest 1,000 coconuts a day, an animal rights group says. 
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Auckland's leaky pipes lose more water than the city saves
Drinking water pipes are leaking more water than the city saves during the most severe shortage in decades. Auckland does well compared to others. 
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Twitter may let you edit your tweets but everyone needs to wear a mask first
Twitter teased a much-anticipated innovation on Thursday but it comes with a catch. 
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Kiwi group L.A.B sell-out first major music gig post lockdown
Forget social distancing, the crowd of 6,000 were packed liked sardines as they rocked out with Kiwi group L.A.B 
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Gt Barrier Beekeeper offers $10,000 reward for stolen Toyota Land Cruiser
A Great Barrier Island beekeeper is offering a $10,000 reward for the recovery of a Toyota Land Cruiser stolen from outside a shop in Penrose.Kim Watts, who runs a bee business in Great Barrier, said he had sent the vehicle to Auckland... 
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Ultimate England Men's Cricketers - the best of the best revealed
The thousands of votes have been counted and the results are in - it's time to reveal who are England's Ultimate Men's Cricketers of the 21st Century. 
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England all-rounder Curran tests negative for coronavirus
England all-rounder Sam Curran returns a negative test for coronavirus. 
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Sydney seaplane crash: Pilot was 'adversely affected by gas leak'
Five members of a British family and a Canadian pilot died when the plane plunged into a river in 2017. 
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Redskins sponsor, FedEx, urges team to rebrand
FedEx has told the Washington DC-based American football team to change its controversial name. 
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Coronavirus: England's quarantine scrapped for arrivals from 50 'low risk' countries
Arrivals from Germany and Italy will also no longer need to isolate on either leg of the journey. 
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France's Macron picks Jean Castex as PM after Philippe resigns
The French president moves swiftly to replace Edouard Philippe with a mayor from the south. 
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Zheng Yanxiong: China appoints hard-line Hong Kong security chief
Zheng Yanxiong is best known for a crackdown on protesters over a land dispute in 2011. 
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UK government takes 400m stake in satellite firm OneWeb
The UK helps rescue company from bankruptcy as part of a plan to replace the EU's Galileo sat-nav system. 
© 2020 BBCWorld 0:55am 

-It Would Cost Trillions: The Day North Korea Collapses
-UN staff in Israel suspended over sex act video
-Messages claiming Iran nuclear site fire deepen mystery
-UN agency: North Europe radiation likely linked to reactor
-Uganda boda boda rider sets himself on fire 'over bribe'
-The UK government to acquire satellite company OneWeb in deal funded in part by India's Bharti Global

David Starkey resigns from university post over slavery comments
Cambridge University accepts David Starkey's resignation, saying: "We do not tolerate racism." 
© 2020 BBCWorld 0:15am 

JK Rowling: Harry Potter fan sites reject author's trans comments
The sites take issue with her views on "marginalised" people and say they will not use her photo. 
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