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    UK election results begin to come in as Boris Johnson seeks Conservative majority, live news
     13 December 2019
    Britons have cast their votes in what could be the most important general election since World War II, with Boris Johnson forecast to win a big majority as he seeks to ram through his Brexit plans. Follow all the action in our live blog.
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    UK election: Here are all the weird traditions, exit polls and voting blocs that will determine the winner
    13 Dec: Voters in the United Kingdom go to the polls today in what's been called the most significant election in a generation. The ABC's chief election analyst Antony Green looks at how the count will unfold.... more
    Putting Einstein first: It's time to stop lying to our children about physics
    13 Dec: Einsteinian physics gives us our best understanding of the natural world, so why are we still hung up on Newton?... more
    New Zealand military begins mission to bring tourists' bodies back from volcanic White Island
    13 Dec: New Zealand's military begins a high-risk operation to recover the bodies of eight people killed in the volcanic eruption on White Island, despite warnings that the island remains highly volatile.... more
    Russia's WADA ban won't keep the athletes who profited from its cheating away from the Tokyo Olympics
    13 Dec: WADA's decision to ban Russia from international sporting events like Tokyo 2020 gives the impression it's tough on doping but a closer look raises more questions than answers, writes Richard Hinds.... more
    Liam Gallagher's Melbourne show ended mid-song over fear of $250k curfew fine, promoter says
    12 Dec: The former Oasis frontman had his sound cut at 11:00pm, making a lie of his earlier assertion that "there's no curfews for rock and roll".... more
    New Zealand White Island volcano burns victims need '120 square metres of skin' for grafts
    12 Dec: With survivors of the New Zealand eruption facing "severe, disfiguring burns", hospitals are seeking out artificial and donated skin.... more
    Here's when we'll know UK election results and what happens with Brexit if Boris Johnson wins
    12 Dec: Here are the key times you need to know as we await an outcome from the UK election.... more
    Australia needs to triple renewable energy plants by 2040 to replace coal power plants set to close
    12 Dec: To offset the decline of coal-powered energy, Australia will need to build dozens of new energy projects and upgrade the electricity transmission network, the energy market operator says.... more
    Aung San Suu Kyi denies genocide, says Rohingya Muslims caught up in armed internal conflict
    12 Dec: Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi launches a staunch defence of her country's military, denying accusations of genocide against its minority Muslim Rohingya community at the International Court of Justice in The Hague.... more

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     28 Nov: German murderer has 'right to be forgotten' by internet, according to top court +++++++++++++
     28 Nov: For some climate systems, the window to act may have already closed, scientists say, urging immediate action ++++++++++++
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     19 Nov: Hong Kong mask ban ruled 'unconstitutional' as siege of Polytechnic University continues +++++++++++

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