Rugby's four top ranked nations remain and so far the tournament has certainly lived up to the hype. You can watch all the action, no matter where you are, by following our Rugby World Cup live stream guide below. Unsurprisingly, the majority of pundits and bookies still have New Zealand as favourites, with South Africa and England behind. But we've already witnessed more than our fair share of memorable moments. The brilliant hosts Japan shocking Ireland and Scotland, Wales overpowering Australia and that intense match up between New Zealand and South Africa being just some of the awesome highlights.
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Tue, 22 Oct GMT Some Japanese welcome emperor's enthronement, others shrug Japanese Emperor Naruhito, 59, the nation's first monarch born after World War Two, will officially proclaim his enthronement to the world on Tuesday in a centuries-old ceremony attended by hundreds of dignitaries.
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