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Four deaths from falling trees and building materials have been reported in China's manufacturing hub and dozens more died when the storm swept through the northern Philippines over the weekend before lashing southern China. In Hong Kong, crews were clearing fallen trees and other wreckage laughed when the financial hub felt the full Brent of the storm on Sunday rail airline and ferry services have been restored and casinos in Macau of reopened for business. There's new blood leading the way in the nation's theaters AP's been Thomas has a look at the weekend box office results. Sit around making hats out of rape cases. The Konkan space and this weekend the predator grabbed hold of the North American box office taking the top spot with an estimated twenty four million dollars in earnings still with eighty eight million in production costs studio executives we'll be looking to international receipts to make up the difference. The horror foot the nuns slides the second, adding more than eighteen million dollars to needles found in strawberries, all over us drilling. Have forced to be pulled from grocery store. Shelves and future. Orders have been put on hold health minister. Greg hunt says needles have been found in all six trillion states, and that police are leading the investigation. We have all side tasks the federal agency to investigate whether their supply chain weaknesses with their actions that we can take to assist the police whether there are systemic changes, which are required. Western Australian state strawberry. Growers associations pulled the Silva says it's consumer terrorism and a nightmare for the industry. W w industry is dumped over twenty thousand kilos of effort. And that's basically from cancellation of orders and lack of demand to sabotage strawberries scare is now stretched to Western Australia where a needle was found in Barry over the weekend. And in New Zealand both of its major food distributors. Have pulled us trillion varies from stores growers are now using metal detectors in hopes of restoring confidence and say the needles aren't coming from the farms so far there have been no injuries. As a result of the needles in the berries. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. I look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire next Monday, the Senate Judiciary committee, we'll hear from both supreme court.

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