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Jay-Z's Blueprint preserved for posterity
His sixth album The Blueprint is the first hip hop album of the 21st Century added to the archive. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 1:35am 

Facebook: AI failed to detect Christchurch shooting video
Facebook has admitted its artificial intelligence systems failed to automatically detect the mosque shooting video. 
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz 1:35am 

Richard E Grant spills beans on Julianne Moore film exit
Julianne Moore was fired from Can You Ever Forgive Me? over a fat suit row, the actor claims. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 0:55am 

Grant Robertson hopes Bangladesh cricket team will return after narrow escape from Christchurch shootings
Sports minister sends message to Bangladesh Government expressing relief that cricket team are safe. 
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz 0:45am 

History-maker Frost ruled out of Grand National
Bryony Frost will miss next month's Grand National meeting after it emerged she broke her collarbone in a fall just four days after making history at the Cheltenham Festival. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 11:25pm 

England pair sorry for breaking rules on night out after Scotland draw
Ben Te'o and Billy Vunipola apologise to team-mates for returning late from a night out after England's draw with Scotland. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 11:25pm 

India election 2019: Will fast broadband reach all villages?
An Indian government project hopes to connect 250,000 village blocks by March 2019. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 11:25pm 

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Nicaragua agrees to free all opposition prisoners
The move is aimed at restarting stalled peace talks after months of anti-government protests. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 11:25pm 

Brexit: Theresa May at Brussels EU summit to urge short delay
The PM heads to an EU summit, hours after a speech telling the nation she was "on their side". 
© 2019 BBCWorld 11:25pm 

R. Kelly asks judge for permission to play Dubai concerts
The embattled singer surrendered his passport last month and faces 10 charges of sexual abuse. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 11:05pm 

Williamson, Kerr claim major honours
Black Caps captain Kane Williamson and White Ferns teenager Amelia Kerr have been the big winners at the annual New Zealand Cricket awards. 
© 2019 RadioNZ 11:05pm 

Tokyo 2020: Robots to feature at Olympic and Paralympic Games
The Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games are set to revolutionise the way spectators experience sporting events - by introducing robots 
© 2019 BBCWorld 10:35pm 


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Q&A: A closer look at New Zealand's new weapons ban
Here's a closer look at just which weapons are being banned, and what's not, under the Government's new laws. 
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz 1:35am 

Christchurch shootings: 'Bad actors' helped attack videos spread online
Edited clips were continually uploaded to help defeat automatic detection systems, says Facebook 
© 2019 BBCWorld 1:15am 

Excellent! Bill and Ted to go on summer adventure
Dudes, it's been 28 years since we last saw the duo on the big screen but now they're back. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 0:45am 

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'Doctors told me I basically died' - Jamaican runner Campbell on 'scary' collapse
Jamaican athlete Kemoy Campbell was told he had "died" after collapsing on the track at a New York race meeting. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 11:25pm 

Vote: Who has been the Premier League's best overseas player?
Who has been the best overseas player to feature in the Premier League? Read our experts' views and vote for your choice. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 11:25pm 

Italy takes a shine to China's New Silk Road
Italy is ready to let Chinese money build its infrastructure - but its allies remain sceptical. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 11:25pm 

AFL star's online abusers 'cowardly grubs'
Tayla Harris hopes her support will make abusers think twice, with Australia's prime minister calling the trolls "cowardly grubs". 
© 2019 BBCWorld 11:25pm 

Dutch populist vote surge costs PM Rutte senate majority
The anti-immigration Forum for Democracy will be the biggest single party in the upper house. 
© 2019 BBCWorld 11:25pm 

'This is not us!': Destiny Church's Brian Tamaki slams Muslim call to prayer
Destiny Church's Brian Tamaki has slammed the Muslim call to prayer which will take place at 1.30pm tomorrow.Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced the prayer would take place to recognise the lives lost in the Christchurch terrorist... 
© 2019 NZ Herald 11:15pm 

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Auckland Diocesan School accused of 'excluding' Muslim community with hijab stance
Top Auckland school allegedly told two students that wearing a hijab is against school policy. 
© 2019 Stuff.co.nz 11:05pm 

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