World news wrapup: 18 October 2018

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Trump ends the US pharmacy “gag clause”; triple threat alleged robber caught in NZ; fraud crackdowns in the UK Washington, DC: Pharmacists in the US are now permitted to tell their patients when it would be cheaper for them to pay cash for their prescription medicines rather than use insurance. President Donald Trump signed into

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