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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    A secret dressmaking salon saved a group of Jewish women from certain death in Auschwitz
     15 October 2021
    Historian Lucy Adlington was inspired to write a novel about the women forced to make clothes at Auschwitz. Then she discovered the truth was more riveting than the fiction.
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    Tuberculosis deaths rise for first time in years due to fight against COVID-19, WHO says
    15 Oct: Fewer people got tested and treated for the disease because resources were diverted to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, the WHO has said.... more
    Deontay Wilder praises Tyson Fury's historic victory, breaking his silence after knockout loss
    15 Oct: Deontay Wilder breaks his silence after losing to Tyson Fury by knockout but ignores the heavyweight's comment on Monday accusing the American boxer of bad sportsmanship.... more
    Famed economist Larry Summers warns United States economy is overheating
    15 Oct: Renowned economist and former Treasury secretary Larry Summers says the US economy is overheating, drawing parallels to the late 1960s when inflation shot up drastically even before major supply constraints were evident.... more
    Anti-vaxxers fabricated quotes attributed to infectious diseases expert Kristine Macartney and spread them online
    15 Oct: A viral post has spread on Facebook with a fake transcript claiming infectious diseases expert Kristine Macartney said vaccinated individuals are 13 times more likely to spread COVID-19.... more
    'I feel totally unsafe': Armed men trade fire in Beirut as protest turns violent amid Lebanon's economic collapse
    15 Oct: Fighting in Beirut claims six lives, with rival factions trading gunfire following a protest demanding the removal of the judge investigating an explosion that ripped through the city's port last year.... more
    COVID vaccine deadline day arrives for around a million of Victoria's essential workers
    15 Oct: The deadline for Victoria's essential workers to receive at least one COVID-19 vaccination has arrived, but for some workers and employers, the mandate is already causing issues.... more
    WA Greens MP Brad Pettitt to introduce emissions bill, as Labor rejects 'blunt instrument'
    14 Oct: Western Australian Greens MP Brad Pettitt will today introduce a bill into state parliament that would cut WA's net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50 per cent of 2005 levels by mid-2030.... more
    Coroner names Darlene Geertsema's ex-partner as person of interest in upcoming inquest
    14 Oct: The former partner of a Tasmanian woman who went missing more than 40 years ago was in court as it is announced he is a person of interest in her disappearance for the upcoming inquest.... more
    Jackpot: How the gambling industry cashed in on political donations
    14 Oct: Over $80 million in legal gambling-related payments — at least double what was previously identified — have flowed into the coffers of political parties during the past 22 years, an ABC News investigation can reveal.... more

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     30 Sep: A coffee shortage is coming, and it could last three years, importers warn +++++++++++++++
     12 Oct: Prince Charles urges Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and other leaders to attend COP26 ++++++++++++++
     04 Oct: Pandora Papers: The little-known Australian accountant exposed in one of the world's biggest leaks ++++++++++++++
     07 Oct: Gina Rinehart slammed by scientists after speech on climate change to exclusive Perth private school St Hilda's heavily edited +++++++++++++
     28 Sep: UK contaminated blood scandal: Schoolboy survivors say they were 'injected with death' ++++++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      27 Oct: Exporters confident in survival but concerned about international reputation - report (RadioNZ)
      26 Oct: Blue origin: jeff bezos unveils plans for 'space business park' (BBCWorld)
      26 Oct: Covid-19: helen clark takes aim at aukus, urges rich nations to act over 'disgraceful' vaccine inequity (
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      26 Oct: Afghanistan put their woes behind them at world cup (RadioNZ)
      26 Oct: Call for international action to help png fight covid (RadioNZ)
      25 Oct: International film festival moved from auckland to christchurch (RadioNZ)
      24 Oct: Stacey michelsen reflects on black sticks career (RadioNZ)
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