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Australia to dismiss at least 10 soldiers over Afghan killings: ABC
  + stars: | 2020-11-26 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
FILE PHOTO: Members of Australia's special forces conduct an exercise during the Australian International Airshow in Melbourne March 2, 2011. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas/FilesSYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia has issued termination notices to at least 10 special forces soldiers after the release of a report that found credible evidence of unlawful killings in Afghanistan, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) said on Thursday. An independent report published last week in redacted form said there was evidence that 39 unarmed Afghan prisoners and civilians were killed by 19 Australian soldiers. None of the 19 soldiers was identified in the report, which was written by a state judge appointed by the inspector-general of defence. Amid the immediate fallout, the ABC said 10 soldiers had been formally notified that they would be dismissed.
Persons: Mick Tsikas Organizations: International, REUTERS, SYDNEY, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, ABC, Department of Defence, U.S Locations: Melbourne, Australia, Afghanistan
Biden's USAGM transition team leader is Richard Stengel, an MSNBC political analyst and former managing editor at Time magazine. A Biden transition spokesperson did not return a request for comment. Names to replace Pack that have been floated to Biden agency review members include Grant Turner, who was once USAGM's acting CEO, this person said. The Biden team also conferred with Steve Capus, a former senior advisor at USAGM, who was ousted at the start of Pack's tenure. A spokeswoman for NPR did not deny that Lansing spoke to Biden's transition team and declined to comment further.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Donald Trump –, what's, Richard Stengel, Barack Obama's, Biden, Harris, Jen Psaki, Stengel, Trump, Michael Pack, Biden's, VOA's, Steve Bannon, Grant Turner, John Lansing, Lansing, Steve Capus, Capus, Tom Brokaw Organizations: U.S . Agency for Global Media, MSNBC, Time, Biden, NBC, Trump, Senate, Radio Free, Radio Liberty, Middle East Broadcasting Network, Radio Free Asia, of America, National Public Radio, White House, National Public, Pack, CBS News, NPR, of, CNBC Locations: Radio Free Europe, USAGM, of America
Alex Trebek, the beloved host of the "Jeopardy!" "We will honor his legacy by continuing to produce the game he loved," the show's executive producer Mike Richards said. Alex Trebek was the host of "Jeopardy!" After starting his television career at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), he went on to host dozens of game shows, along with securing a recurring role as the host of "Jeopardy!" Amidst a long list of lifetime achievements, Trebek holds the record for being the longest-standing game show host, along with seven total Emmy Awards.
Persons: Alex Trebek, Trebek, Mike Richards, Ken Jennings, Jennings Organizations: Twitter, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, CBC
Here's a rundown of the movers in big media amid push for direct-to-consumer
  + stars: | 2020-11-23 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
Here's a rundown of the movers in big media amid push for direct-to-consumerCNBC's Jim Cramer and David Faber discuss the performances of stocks from the top media companies including Altice USA, HBO parent company AT&T, Roku and Turner Broadcasting System.
Persons: Jim Cramer, David Faber Organizations: Altice USA, HBO, AT, Turner Broadcasting System
Ethiopia military: we will use tanks, artillery to capture city of Mekelle
  + stars: | 2020-11-22 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - The Ethiopian military plans to use tanks to encircle Mekelle, the capital of northern Tigray region, and is warning civilians it may also use artillery on the city, state media reported on Sunday. Slideshow ( 4 images )“The next phases are the decisive part of the operation, which is to encircle Mekelle using tanks, finishing the battle on mountainous areas and advancing to the fields,” Colonel Dejene Tsegaye, a military spokesman, told the state-run Ethiopia Broadcasting Corporation. Both sides say federal forces have taken Adigrat, 116 kilometres (72 miles) north of Mekelle. Dejene said civilians in Mekelle, which has a population of half a million, should be aware of the danger. “We want to send a message to the public in Mekelle to save themselves from any artillery attacks and free themselves from the junta.
Persons: Dejene Tsegaye, Dejene, Organizations: ADDIS ABABA, Reuters, Ethiopian, Ethiopia Broadcasting Corporation Locations: ADDIS, Mekelle, Tigray, Information
ADDIS ABABA/NAIROBI (Reuters) - Ethiopia’s army plans to surround the rebel-held capital of Tigray region with tanks and may use artillery on the city to try to end a nearly three-week war, a military spokesman said on Sunday, urging civilians to save themselves. FILE PHOTO: An Ethiopian woman who fled war in Tigray region, receives treatment at the Fashaga camp on the Sudan-Ethiopia border in Al-Qadarif state, Sudan November 20, 2020. They (are) sending waves after waves but to no avail.”Reuters could not verify the latest statements on the war. The rebels say his government has marginalised and persecuted Tigrayans since taking office two years ago. The Nobel Peace Prize committee urged peace after his offensive against the Tigrayan leaders began.
Persons: Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah, Abiy, , Dejene Tsegaye, Debretsion Gebremichael, , Tigrayans, Redwan Hussein Organizations: Ethiopian, REUTERS, Ethiopia Broadcasting Corporation, Reuters, International Locations: ADDIS ABABA, NAIROBI, Tigray, Sudan, Ethiopia, Al, Amhara, Eritrea, Africa, Europe, Mekelle, Adigrat, Dansha
ADDIS ABABA/NAIROBI (Reuters) - Advancing Ethiopian troops plan to surround the Tigray region’s rebel-held capital with tanks and may shell the city to force surrender, a military spokesman said on Sunday, urging civilians to save themselves. FILE PHOTO: An Ethiopian woman who fled war in Tigray region, receives treatment at the Fashaga camp on the Sudan-Ethiopia border in Al-Qadarif state, Sudan November 20, 2020. ‘NO MERCY’Slideshow ( 4 images )“The next phases are the decisive part of the operation, which is to encircle Mekelle using tanks,” military spokesman Colonel Dejene Tsegaye told state-run Ethiopia Broadcasting Corporation. Redwan Hussein, spokesman for the government’s taskforce on Tigray, said there was still time for TPLF leaders to surrender. The taskforce added that the army had also taken the small town of Idaga Hamus on the road from Adigrat to Mekelle.
Persons: Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah, Abiy, , Dejene Tsegaye, , Debretsion Gebremichael, ” Abiy, Redwan Hussein, , Redwan Organizations: Ethiopian, REUTERS, Reuters, Ethiopia Broadcasting Corporation Locations: ADDIS ABABA, NAIROBI, Tigray, Sudan, Ethiopia, Al, Amhara, Eritrea, Mekelle, Adigrat, Dansha, Oslo, Idaga
'Save yourselves,' Ethiopia tells Tigrayans as it moves on rebel-held capital
  + stars: | 2020-11-22 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: +1 min
Ethiopians gather to show their support to federal government forces fighting against the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) at Abebe Bikila Stadium in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on November 17, 2020. Ethiopia's army plans to surround the rebel-held capital of Tigray region with tanks and may use artillery on the city to try to end a nearly three-week war, a military spokesman said on Sunday, urging civilians to save themselves. The Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF), which is refusing to surrender its rule of the northern region, said its forces were digging trenches and standing firm. "The next phases are the decisive part of the operation, which is to encircle Mekelle using tanks," military spokesman Colonel Dejene Tsegaye told Ethiopia Broadcasting Corporation. "We want to send a message to the public in Mekelle to save yourselves from any artillery attacks and free yourselves from the junta ... After that, there will be no mercy."
Persons: Abiy, Dejene Tsegaye Organizations: Ethiopia Broadcasting Corporation Locations: Tigray, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Sudan, Amhara, Eritrea, Africa, Europe, Mekelle
The Biden transition team is making news on an almost hourly basis. Antony Blinken is poised to be nominated as Secretary of State, per CNN's team . This didn't happen by accident -- according to a Biden transition official, it was a conscious choice to show that the transition is moving forward and that the Biden team is accessible to the media. The interview bookings also created a contrast with the Trump White House and the Trump legal team, since there were ZERO Trump reps made available for any of the shows. What reporters want from the Biden campAt the top of the list: Daily press briefings with transition officials.
Persons: Trump, Joe Biden, Antony Blinken, Jeff Zeleny, Biden, Ron Klain, Jen Psaki, Symone Sanders, Cedric Richmond, Kate Bedingfield, CNN's Arlette Saenz, Kamala Harris, Stephen Fowler of Organizations: CNN, WH, Pentagon, State Department, GSA, Republican Party, Biden, State, Sunday, Press, Fox, Trump White House, Trump, CNN's, U.S . Conference, Mayors, Stephen Fowler of Georgia Public Broadcasting, GOP Locations: capitols
Judge rules against Trump global media chief after firings
  + stars: | 2020-11-21 | by ( The Associated Press | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
The ruling effectively bars U.S. Agency for Global Media CEO Michael Pack from making personnel decisions and interfering in editorial operations. Pack, a conservative filmmaker, Trump ally and onetime associate of former Trump political adviser Steve Bannon, made no secret of his intent to shake up the agency after taking over in June. In July, Pack had ordered an investigation into the posting of a video package featuring now President-elect Joe Biden on a VOA website. Fourteen senior VOA journalists sent a letter to management in August protesting Pack’s actions, including the dismissal of foreign journalists and his comments denigrating VOA staff, which they said were endangering their colleagues and the international broadcaster’s credibility. The global media agency did not immediately respond to a written request for comment on the ruling.
Persons: WASHINGTON, Donald Trump’s, Michael Pack, Trump, Steve Bannon, Pack, , Beryl Howell, Pak, Joe Biden, Biden ”, ” Lee Crain Organizations: of, U.S . Agency for Global Media, Radio Free, Radio Liberty, Middle East Broadcasting Networks, Open Technology Fund, VOA, Republicans, District of Columbia, Broadcasting, of Governors, Locations: Radio Free Europe, Radio Free Asia, U.S
FILE PHOTO: Members of Australia's special forces conduct an exercise during the Australian International Airshow in Melbourne March 2, 2011. The report recommended referring 19 current and former soldiers for potential prosecution, in a development that prompted anguish in Australia which usually honours its military history with fervour. Dusty Miller, a special forces medic who testified at the inquiry, told the Australian Broadcasting Corp that hearing the country’s defence chief publicly confirm his claims was “complete vindication”. Prime Minister Scott Morrison warned earlier that the report would be troubling for Australia and its military but has not commented since its publication. Overnight, the office of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said on Twitter that Morrison had “expressed his deepest sorrow” over the allegations.
Persons: Mick Tsikas, David McBride, Mark Davis, ” Davis, ” McBride, sensationally, McBride, Davis, Dusty Miller, , Linda Reynolds, , Josh Frydenberg, Scott Morrison, Ashraf Ghani, Morrison, Reynolds, Abdul Mutahal, Mohammad Isaaq Faiaz Organizations: SYDNEY, International, REUTERS, Reuters, Australian Broadcasting Corp, Police, ABC, Australia, Twitter, Canberra, The Hague, People Locations: Afghanistan, Melbourne, Australia, Sydney, The, Kabul
Canada on track to hit 20,000 COVID-19 cases a day by end of December: media
  + stars: | 2020-11-20 | by ( Moira Warburton | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada is on track to record 20,000 new cases of COVID-19 per day by the end of December, several media outlets reported late on Thursday, citing new modelling data which is set to be released on Friday. FILE PHOTO: Employees of a stretcher service wear personal protective gear as they return a resident to Parkview Place personal care home, which is experiencing an outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, November 2, 2020. Canada’s national average stood at 4,788 new cases between Nov. 12 and Nov. 18, according to government data released on Thursday. Canada reported 315,751 cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, up by 4,642 from the day before, and 11,265 deaths, an increase of 79. Hospitals in Manitoba, a province in central Canada, are on the brink of being overwhelmed, according to doctors there.
Persons: Shannon VanRaes, PHAC, Justin Trudeau, Patty Hajdu’s, Doug Ford Organizations: TORONTO, Parkview, REUTERS, Public Health Agency of Canada, Globe and Mail, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Federal, Ontario Locations: Canada, Winnipeg , Manitoba, Manitoba, Provinces
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian special forces allegedly killed 39 unarmed prisoners and civilians in Afghanistan, with senior commandos reportedly forcing junior soldiers to kill defenceless captives in order to “blood” them for combat, a four year investigation found. FILE PHOTO: Members of Australia's special forces conduct an exercise during the Australian International Airshow in Melbourne March 2, 2011. Detailing the findings of a long-awaited inquiry into the conduct of special forces personnel in Afghanistan between 2005 and 2016, Australia’s General Angus John Campbell said there was credible information of 39 unlawful killings by 25 Australian Special Forces personnel in 23 separate incidents. While the report was heavily redacted, it included allegations that senior special forces personnel ordered the killing of unarmed Afghans. “The Prime Minister of Australia expressed his deepest sorrow over the misconduct by some Australian troops in Afghanistan,” Ghani’s office wrote on Twitter.
Persons: Mick Tsikas, Angus John Campbell, , Campbell, ” Campbell, Defence Linda Reynolds, ‘ BLOODING, Scott Morrison, Australians ”, David McBride, Paul Brereton, Morrison, Ashraf Ghani, Organizations: SYDNEY, International, REUTERS, Australia’s, Australian Special Forces, Defence, Canberra, The Hague, Australians, Australian Broadcasting Corp, New, Twitter Locations: Afghanistan, Melbourne, Mick Tsikas Australia, Canberra, The, New South Wales, U.S, Australia
Hong Kong (CNN) China has declared Australia must take the blame for "a sharp downturn" in relations between the two countries, with a Foreign Ministry spokesman saying all responsibility is on "some people in Australia (who) tend to regard China's development as a threat." The RCEP, which was signed on Sunday, is a huge trade agreement which brings together 14 countries in the Asia Pacific, including China and Australia, in a massive free trade deal. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian attends a news conference in Beijing on Aug. 28. But Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian made it plain that there was no truce in sight during his daily news conference in Beijing Tuesday. The spokesman denounced Australia for its attempts to crack down on alleged foreign interference in its domestic politics, a campaign Beijing believes was targeted at China.
Persons: Scott Morrison, Cheng Lei, Simon Birmingham, Zhao Lijian, Zhao, Morrison, Yoshihide Suga, Birmingham, Suga, Shinzo Abe Organizations: CNN, Foreign, Australian, Trade, Comprehensive Economic, Foreign Ministry, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Canberra, South China, Australian Defense Force, Self - Defense Forces Locations: Hong Kong, China, Australia, Australian, Asia, Beijing, Xinjiang, Taiwan, Birmingham, Japan, Tokyo, East, South
Australia on Thursday announced a new investigative agency to build criminal cases against Australian special forces suspected of committing war crimes in Afghanistan. CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia on Thursday announced a new investigative agency to build criminal cases against Australian special forces suspected of committing war crimes in Afghanistan. "This report will be difficult news and all of our partners must be assured and those around the world who rightly hold the Australian Defense Forces in high regard," Morrison told reporters. Prosecuting alleged Australian war criminals is expected to take years. Neil James, chief executive of the Australian Defense Association think tank, said the Australian military wanted solders to have their day in court to end a "continuous rumor mill."
Persons: Benjamin Roberts, Smith, Angus Campbell, Tarin Kowt, PO1 John Collins, Scott Morrison, Morrison, Neil James, It's, James, it's Organizations: Australian, , Special Air Service, Commando Regiments, SAS, Victoria Cross, Gallantry, Defense Force, International Security Assistance Force, 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, ISAF, Australian Defense Forces, Australian Broadcasting Corp, Police, ABC Sydney, Australian Defense Association Locations: Afghanistan, CANBERRA, Australia, — Australia, Tarin
No Unlawful Pay Discrimination at the BBC? A Finding Is Quickly Disputed
  + stars: | 2020-11-12 | by ( Geneva Abdul | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
LONDON — A report released Thursday by an equal rights commission that found no evidence of unlawful pay discrimination against women at the BBC was quickly described as a “whitewash” by Carrie Gracie, the former journalist who raised the issue of unequal pay at the broadcaster more than two years ago. Britain’s Equality and Human Rights Commission said it had examined evidence from over 100 British Broadcasting Corporation employees, reviewed 40 pay complaints and narrowed its focus to 10. In the end, the commission’s 80-page report suggested that the BBC increase transparency and “rebuild trust with women.”Ms. Gracie, who sparked an outcry over pay disparity at the BBC in 2018 after she discovered that she had been paid far less than male colleagues for years, wrote on Twitter that the commission’s report “feels like a whitewash.” She expressed outrage at the examination of only 10 cases among the hundreds of payouts the public broadcaster has issued. A group called BBC Women said the findings “do not reflect our experiences.”“New cases are coming forward, and women are still heading to court,” the group said in a statement shared on Twitter. “We fight on.”
Persons: Carrie Gracie, Ms, Gracie, , Organizations: BBC, Human Rights Commission, British Broadcasting Corporation, Twitter, BBC Women
Breakingviews - The Donald Trump show will continue broadcasting
  + stars: | 2020-11-09 | by ( Jennifer Saba | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
U.S. President Donald Trump speaks about the 2020 U.S. presidential election results in the Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House in Washington, U.S., November 5, 2020. NEW YORK (Reuters Breakingviews) - Donald Trump may have lost the White House, but the ex-president will almost certainly take the show on the road. Trump has enthralled other media outlets like One America News Network. Trump needled Barack Obama while he was in office, so it’s a fair bet he’ll do the same to Biden. The Donald Trump show will refuse to be canceled.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Trump, The, Barack Obama, Biden Organizations: White, NEW, Reuters, Fox, Jan, The Trump, Trump Organization, Deutsche Bank, Trump, America News Network Locations: Brady, Washington , U.S, Florida, Mar, Doral
Alex Trebek, long-running 'Jeopardy!' host, dead at 80
  + stars: | 2020-11-08 | by ( Brian Lowry | Dakin Andone | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.00   time to read: +12 min
Host Alex Trebek talks to the 10 finalists in the fifth annual National Geography Bee in Washington, DC, on May 26, 1993. Photos: Alex Trebek's life in pictures Game show host Alex Trebek poses on the set of "Jeopardy!" Hide Caption 3 of 29 Photos: Alex Trebek's life in pictures Alex Trebek hosts "Jeopardy!" The skit featured Will Ferrell as Trebek, Alex Trebek as himself, Dean Edwards as Boyd Tinsley, Jimmy Fallon as Dave Matthews, Winona Ryder as Bjork and Darrell Hammond as Sean Connery. Hide Caption 28 of 29 Photos: Alex Trebek's life in pictures Trebek smiles during a taping of "Jeopardy!"
Persons: Alex Trebek, Alex, Trebek, Ken Jennings, Alex wasn't, Jennings, Jean, Merv Griffin, Bob Barker, I'm, Mike Richards, Richards, " Richards, Alex Trebek's, Elaine Callei, Callei, Cliff Clavin, John Ratzenberger, Jean Currivan, Jackie Mason, Henry Fonda, Currivan, Bea Arthur, David Leisure, Bill Erwin, Betty White, Matthew, Emily, Jason Borschow, Will Ferrell, Dean Edwards, Boyd Tinsley, Jimmy Fallon, Dave Matthews, Winona Ryder, Bjork, Darrell Hammond, Sean Connery, Pat Sajak, Harry Friedman, Steve Mosko, Michael Lynton, Ronald Reagan, Peabody, Shaquille O'Neal, Booth, Justin Trudeau, Kellie Pickler, James Villeneuve, general's, Canada Julie Payette, Robin Roberts, James Holzhauer, Brad Rutter, Stephen Colbert, Walter Cronkite, tweeting Organizations: CNN, Sony Pictures, Canadian Broadcasting Corp, Guinness, Hollywood, Trebek, USO Tours, ABC, Henry, Henry Fonda Theater, Records, Las Vegas Hilton, Hide, Development, Ronald, Canadian, Rideau Hall, NHL, Ottawa Senators, Arizona Coyotes, NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame, CBS, Cronkite Locations: Bee, Washington ,, Sudbury , Ontario, Hershey , Pennsylvania, Culver City , California, Trebek, California, Los Angeles, Hollywood , California, Washington , DC, New York, Ottawa, Canada, Las Vegas, Trebek's, Pennsylvania
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopia’s federal military operations in the north have “clear, limited and achievable objectives”, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said on Friday, after the head of the United Nations said he was deeply alarmed by fighting in the country’s Tigray region. A still image taken from a video shows Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed addressing the nation in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia November 4, 2020. The military campaign in the north has “clear, limited and achievable objectives”, Abiy wrote on Twitter. “The stability of Ethiopia is important for the entire Horn of Africa region. The TPLF was for decades the dominant political force in the country’s multi-ethnic ruling coalition, until Abiy, a member of the Oromo ethnic group, took office two years ago.
Persons: Abiy Ahmed, Abiy, General António Guterres, ” Guterres, Debretsion Gebremichael Organizations: ADDIS ABABA, Reuters, United Nations, Ethiopian, Ethiopia Broadcasting, REUTERS, Twitter, Ethiopian National Defence Forces Locations: ADDIS, Tigray, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, U.N, Africa, Abdurafi, Amhara, Eritrea
Outside a nondescript warehouse in North Las Vegas where most of the uncounted votes in Clark County remain, they erected a podium in the street. “We’re asking the judge to, due to all of these irregularities, to stop the counting of improper votes,” he said. Dozens of flag-waving Trump supporters looked on, and trucks with Trump flags circled the block, some gunning their engines and honking their horns. Mr. Grenell refused to answer questions, telling reporters, “Listen, you are here to take in information.” As reporters shouted questions, the speakers got into a van and drove away. Contributing reporting were Dave Philipps from Las Vegas, Jannat Batra from Atlanta, Neil MacFarquhar and Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs from New York, and Zolan Kanno-Youngs , Hailey Fuchs and Pranshu Verma from Washington.
Persons: Flor Cerrato, , , “ They’re, Adam Laxalt, “ We’re, Laxalt, Matt Schlapp, Ric Grenell, Trump, gunning, Grenell, Simon Romero, Shaila Dewan, Giulia McDonnell Nieto del, Dave Philipps, Jannat Batra, Neil MacFarquhar, Nicholas Bogel, Burroughs, Zolan Kanno, Hailey Fuchs, Pranshu Verma Organizations: Trump, Republican, Broadcasting, American Conservative Union Locations: Los Angeles, North Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada, Phoenix, New York, Giulia McDonnell Nieto del Rio, Detroit, Las Vegas, Atlanta, Washington
4 Current Affairs Podcasts for Curious Children
  + stars: | 2020-10-24 | by ( Phoebe Lett | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +2 min
The endless deluge of news is staggering and tough to get a handle on, even for grown-ups. And with disinformation packaged as journalism rampant on social media, there is an urgent need to help kids tell the difference between truth and propaganda. These news podcasts are perfect for young people seeking a better understanding of what the adults are fussing about and for parents who want to help their children learn how to engage critically with the world around them. Every weekday morning, expect a seven-minute episode filled with age-appropriate stories from the world of politics, science, sports and entertainment. The show still manages to be full of silliness and surprise and encourages curiosity in the world around young ones.
Persons: , Bethany Van, Ruby Cornish, Organizations: Postal Service, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, NPR’s, The Ten News, Bethany Van Delft, News Time
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