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US election: Clinton wanted to curl up after Trump win

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Mrs Clinton paid tribute to children's charity founder Marian Wright Edelman while reflecting on her defeat



Hillary Clinton has laid bare her disappointment at her election defeat to Donald Trump in her first public appearance since she lost a week ago.

The Democratic candidate said she had wanted to "curl up with a good book and never leave the house again".

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Nintendo shares rise on Super Mario iPhone game date

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Shigeru Miyamoto, creator of Nintendo's Super Mario, announced the app during an Apple launch event




Shares in Nintendo have climbed after it announced a launch date for its new Super Mario game for the iPhone.

Super Mario Run will be released in Apple's App Store on 15 December, with users having to pay $10 (£8) for the full game.

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New Zealand earthquake: Warships head to Kaikoura

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The USS Sampson will be the first US warship to visit New Zealand in 30 years



Australian, Canadian and US warships are heading to the New Zealand town of Kaikoura to help with evacuations after a series of powerful earthquakes.

Two people were killed when two simultaneous quakes hit near Christchurch on Monday morning, followed by thousands of aftershocks.

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Son-in-law Kushner poised to wield clout in Trump presidency

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U.S. President-elect Donald Trump greets his daughter Ivanka and son in law Jared Kushner (R) at his election night rally in Manhattan, New York, U.S., November 9, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst



WASHINGTON - After winning a primary election that effectively clinched the Republican presidential nomination, Donald Trump paused to laud a boyish-looking 35-year-old who ultimately proved to be an indispensable figure on the path to the White House.

"Honestly, Jared is a very successful real estate person. But I actually think he likes politics more than he likes real estate," Trump said of his son-in-law Jared Kushner, standing to his right during a victory speech after the Indiana party primary election in May. "But he's very good at politics."

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