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Jacinda Ardern’s Antarctica flight turns back midflight amid bad weather

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's four-day trip to Antarctica was to mark the 65th anniversary of Scott Base — the nation's research station on the ice-covered continent.

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