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Start your day off right with five things you need to know this morning.
Five things you need to know
The world's largest active volcano has erupted for the first time in four decades. In a notice today, the US Geological Survey said Hawaii's Mauna Loa was not threatening communities, but warned that could change.
The world's largest active volcano has erupted in Hawaii for the first time in nearly four decades, officials say. https://t.co/kXiFoYqh7Z— NBC News (@NBCNews) November 28, 2022
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian has said she is "re-evaluating" her relationship with Balenciaga after the fashion firm apologized for posting photographs that critics said sexualized children. The snaps showed kids holding teddy bears wearing bondage equipment and text from a US Supreme Court ruling relating to child pornography.
Kim Kardashian is “re-evaluating” her relationship with Balenciaga after the luxury fashion brand was widely criticized for a campaign featuring children posing with teddy bears in what appeared to be bondage gear. https://t.co/NJH13WXNbQ— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) November 28, 2022
Rare protests against the Chinese government have stretched into a second night. Citizens have been expressing their frustration with the Communist Party's extreme COVID-19 lockdowns.
VIDEO: Hundreds protest in Beijing on Sunday night against China's Covid measures— AFP News Agency (@AFP) November 28, 2022
Asked at a press briefing about the protests, foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said the question did not match the "facts".
"We believe that... our fight against Covid-19 will be successful" pic.twitter.com/86mGsbvXNt
Seven men have been arrested after being accused of storming a hospital with the intention of murdering a wounded teenager being treated there. Police said the 17-year-old patient, known as "Dirty Face," is thought to be a gang member who was recently shot.
Gunmen storm Ecuador hospital in attempt to kill teenager https://t.co/9hCTCbrEui— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) November 28, 2022
Bob Dylan has apologized for using a machine to replicate his signature on special edition copies of his books and art. He claimed he developed vertigo in 2019, which prevented him from manually signing items.
Bob Dylan apologises for using a machine to autograph ‘hand-signed’ books https://t.co/cCdi4WdKGu— Guardian culture (@guardianculture) November 28, 2022
In happier news, archaeologists have announced the discovery of a "treasure trove" of Roman artefacts beneath a farmer's field in England. A dig at the site has unveiled buildings, mosaics and other historical goodies.
Archaeologists unearth ancient 'barn conversion' featuring steam room at Rutland Roman villa complex https://t.co/QK1otiSnlK— Sky News (@SkyNews) November 28, 2022