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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    Vladimir Putin blasts the West in combative speech, says Russia remains strong despite 'insane' sanctions
     18 June 2022
    In a combative 73-minute speech, the Russian President accuses the West of denying Russia its sovereign rights and claims Moscow is entering a new era of dominance.
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    Liz Cheney rose through the ranks to become the third-highest-ranking Republican. But she risked it all to take on Donald Trump
    18 Jun: Born into the Republican establishment, Liz Cheney is no stranger to pitfalls along the path to power. However, in taking on Donald Trump over the January 6 insurrection, she's putting her political future on the line.... more
    Aussies dominate on night six of the World Para Swimming Championships in Portugal
    18 Jun: Paralympian Rowan Crothers OAM and Dolphin leader Katja Dedekind made history in Portugal at the World Para Swimming Championships, with four other Aussies claiming medals.... more
    China's Lipstick King Austin Li was a rich influencer adored by Beijing officials. One mistake triggered his downfall
    18 Jun: Austin Li was beloved by young shoppers and the Chinese Communist Party. But when he tried to sell an ice cream cake to millions of his followers, everything went wrong.... more
    Solomon Islands seeks to reassure Australia on China security deal, Penny Wong announces 200,000 paediatric vaccines
    18 Jun: Solomon Islands' Prime Minister seeks to reassure Australia there will not be a military base in the Pacific island nation, after Foreign Minister Penny Wong touches down in Honiara.... more
    Trump was told Pence could not overturn US election, but still pressured him, January 6 panel hears
    18 Jun: The US House of Representatives select committee is told outgoing president Donald Trump continued his pressure campaign against his vice-president even though he knew a violent mob of his supporters was threatening the Capitol on January 6, 2021.... more
    Canterbury's engineering department says it can't lower its standards - after 80 percent of a class failed an exam
    17 Jun: Canterbury's engineering department says it can't lower its standards - after 80 percent of a class failed an exam... more
    The Loop: Anthony Albanese extends COVID funding, praise for Mike Pence at Capitol riots hearing, and Beyonce teases new music
    17 Jun: Here's your TL;DR for today's news.... more
    Satellite images appear to show Russian-flagged ships transporting Ukrainian grain to Syria
    17 Jun: Images from Maxar Technologies show two Russian-flagged bulk carrier ships being loaded with grain in the Russian-controlled Crimean port of Sevastopol before being spotted in Syria several days later, with trucks lined up to collect the crop.... more
    The 'crazy' plan and praise for Pence: The key moments from the latest hearing into the January 6 US Capitol riots
    17 Jun: The committee investigating the January 6 Capitol riots hears Donald Trump’s closest advisers labelled his efforts to pressure vice-president Mike Pence to reject the election result as "nuts" and "crazy".... more

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     09 Jun: Mobile phones have changed the rules of war. Ukrainians are using that to their advantage +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     02 Jun: Joe Biden says mass shootings rarely happen outside the US. What have other countries done that America hasn't? +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     02 Jun: Unmarked graves on school grounds force Canada to confront disturbing past ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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      30 Jun: Jacinda ardern makes nuclear plea to nato, issues warning about china's assertiveness (NZ Herald)
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     Today's News

    Johnny Depp is reportedly in negotiations to make his comeback in the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' franchise 12:21

    Bizarre 'Peaky Blinders heist' sees well-dressed men rob Dutch global arts fair TEFAF in broad daylight 12:19

    Actress Mary Mara has died aged 61 in a suspected drowning 11:51

    Law and Order:
    Six people have been arrested, during a Police clear-out of the occupation of Wellington's Mahanga Bay 11:49

    Accident and Emergency:
    Lower Hutt's Randwick Road has reopened after a pedestrian was hit by a car at quarter past seven this morning 11:29

    Katie Price has been reported to police again by her ex-husband Kieran Hayler 11:21

    Health & Safety:
    Doctors in Christchurch's East say patient bookings haven't risen because of the Bromley stench, but there's been a noticeable lift in symptoms experienced 11:09

    Nicola Roberts has gone public for the first time with her new boyfriend Mitch Hahn 10:51

    The Wellington Phoenix have further bolstered their squad for the upcoming A-League football season 10:49

    Covid has wreaked havoc on the All Blacks backline and coaches this week, but it's blindside flanker shaping as an intriguing selection for the opening test against Ireland 10:29

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