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Strawberry needle scare spreads. New Zealand supermarket chain pulls products.
24 Sep 2018 - A major New Zealand supermarket chain is removing Australian-brand Choice strawberries from shelves across the country after needles were found in a container of strawberries from Western Australia purchased in Auckland.
At least 100 cases of needles in fruit
24 Sep 2018 - Panic over needles found in strawberries in Australia has provoked fury from politicians and fears for the country's multi-million dollar fruit industry.
Needle found in mango in latest chapter of Australia fruit crisis
20 Sep 2018 - Australian police have confirmed that a mango was sold with a small needle in it, prompting fresh fears over the country's fruit.
How maggots made two brothers millions
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Blind Brexit? UK businesses have a new nightmare
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Amazon wants Alexa everywhere
22 Sep 2018 -
GoPro shoots for a comeback
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China strikes back by going after America's energy companies
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Girls transform 'floating slum' by learning to code
13 Sep 2018 -
Teen's app changes lives in her impoverished community
13 Sep 2018 - See how one girl from CNN Hero Abisoye Ajayi-Akinfolarin's program is using technology to solve a problem in her community—a 'floating slum'—in Lagos, Nigeria.
Helping kids cross the globe for medical care
06 Sep 2018 - In 1997, Elissa Montanti was suffering from paralyzing anxiety and frequent panic attacks.
Goodbye, old iPhone: This could be 40X better
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Bitcoin up 30,000X -- here's your backdoor in
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$19.9 trillion idea hidden in plain sight
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- CNN's Nic Robertson discusses what to expect from President Donald Trump ahead of his upcoming speech at the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
- Ferocious wind gusts of 44 mph kept an Air France flight from landing, forcing the jet to turn sideways and stay airborne feet above the ground.
New Zealand supermarket chain removes Australian strawberries after needles found
- A major New Zealand supermarket chain is removing Australian-brand Choice strawberries from shelves across the country after needles were found in a container of strawberries from Western Australia purchased in Auckland.
Start your Monday smart: What's happening this week
- Christine Blasey Ford has committed to testify about Brett Kavanaugh. Bill Cosby is to be sentenced. The UN General Assembly is meeting. The Ryder Cup tees off. "Saturday NIght Live" launches a new season. Here's what the week will bring.
- CNN's Fareed Zakaria examines the response to the rise of populism in Europe and says the US and Europe should be celebrating the remarkable achievements of diversity in a democracy.
- CNN's Becky Anderson goes behind the scenes of a giant floating structure that has transformed London's Hyde Park.
- Scenes from the opening day of Oktoberfest, an annual festival of traditional German food, dancing, beer and clothing, in Munich, Germany.
- Rescue teams are expected to resume their search for hundreds of missing ferry passengers, after dozens died when a dangerously overcrowded boat capsized on Lake Victoria in Tanzania. CNN's Farai Sevenzo reports.
- EV Nautilus has released footage of a rare gulper eel shifting shape, a unique method it uses to intimidate predators.
- A journalist in Saudi Arabia has made history by becoming the country's first female news anchor.
- Nine golden retriever puppies are the newest members of the national police canine training unit in Santiago, Chile.
- Amy Pope, Sr. Fellow at the Atlantic Council, explains why there's hesitation on Capitol Hill to order an investigation into Brett Kavanaugh's accuser.
- Zimbabwe's President tells Amanpour that he will accept whatever recommendations are made by an inquiry into a 1983 massacre that occurred while he was the country's security chief.
How you can help Typhoon Mangkhut recovery efforts
- Typhoon Mangkhut, known locally as Typhoon Ompong, has cut a swath of destruction across Guam, the Marshall Islands, the Philippines and China.  You can help its victims.
- Weather conditions are causing thousands of spiders to cover a town in Greece with webs.