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Gal Gadot and Chris Pine meet again in 'Wonder Woman 1984' trailer

She will fight for those who cannot fight for themselves. That's because she's Wonder Woman, and now she's finally back.
The first trailer for "Wonder Woman 1984," starring Gal Gadot, was released Sunday, and fans have a lot to look forward to.
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Hong Kong protests mark 6-month mark with massive rally

HONG KONG -- Almost hidden among the throngs of demonstrators who marched in Hong Kong on Sunday was one woman who crawled, literally on hands and knees on the rough road surface - an apt metaphor for the arduous path travelled by Hong Kong's protest movement in the past six months.
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Firefighters douse Indian blaze day after it killed 43

An elderly Indian Muslim, who lost two nephews in a fire, wait to receive the bodies in a mortuary in New Delhi, India, Sunday, Dec.
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Saudi restaurants no longer need to segregate women and men

RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIA -- Women in Saudi Arabia will no longer need to use separate entrances from men or sit behind partitions at restaurants in the latest measure announced by the government that upends a major hallmark of conservative restrictions that had been in place for decades.
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Wealth of Canadians divided along racial lines, says report on income inequality

OTTAWA -- A new report on income inequality in Canada suggests visible minorities do not have as much access to investments and other sources of wealth.
The analysis by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives says about 25 per cent of racialized people earned income from investments in 2015, while nearly 31 per cent of non-racialized Canadians received money through investments that year.
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Saudi gunman tweeted against U.S. before naval base shooting

PENSACOLA, FLA. -- The Saudi gunman who killed three people at the Pensacola naval base had apparently gone on Twitter shortly before the shooting to blast U.S. support of Israel and accuse America of being anti-Muslim, a U.S.
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Asian shares rise after buying mood on Wall Street ends week

TOKYO -- Asian shares were mostly higher Monday, cheered by a wave of buying late last week on Wall Street that was spurred by strong U.S. jobs numbers and optimism over China-U.S. trade.
Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 edged up 0.4% in early trading to 23,439.13, while Australia's S&P/ASX 200 added 0.4% to 6,735.70.
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Tourists injured, missing after New Zealand volcano erupts

A volcano erupted Monday on a small New Zealand island frequented by tourists, and a number of people were missing and injured after the eruption.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said about 100 tourists were on or near White Island when it erupted in the afternoon.
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New Zealand volcano frequented by tourists erupts, kills at least 1

A volcano erupted Monday on a small New Zealand island frequented by tourists, and a number of people were missing and injured after the eruption.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said about 100 tourists were on or near White Island when it erupted in the afternoon.
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New Zealand volcano frequented by tourists erupts, kills at least 5

A volcano erupted Monday on a small New Zealand island frequented by tourists, and a number of people were missing and injured after the eruption.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said about 100 tourists were on or near White Island when it erupted in the afternoon.
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'You violated, objectified, embarrassed me': U.S. reporter groped on live T.V.

TORONTO -- The U.S. reporter who was allegedly groped on live television took to Twitter to say how she’d felt violated and embarrassed after the incident was captured on video and went viral.
The incident happened on Saturday when Alex Bozarjian, a reporter for NBC affiliate WSAV in Savannah, Ga.
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Lonely Antarctic expedition led to brain shrinkage in scientists: study

TORONTO -- A crew of scientists on a long-term expedition to Antarctica saw a portion of their brains shrink, a side effect potentially related to them being in an isolated monotonous environment, according to a small-scale study.
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