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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    US President Donald Trump's prediction of 100,000 deaths from coronavirus falls short of new modelling and leaked document
     5 May 2020
    The Trump administration is supporting some states relaxing social distancing at the same time as new modelling and an internal document predicts the US will suffer a far worse toll from coronavirus as a result.
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    Donald Trump says US report on China and origin of coronavirus will be 'conclusive'
    4 May: The US President said China tried to cover up the coronavirus outbreak before trying to blame other countries for the ensuing health pandemic.... more
    Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado warns of indigenous genocide from mining during coronavirus
    4 May: The threat of coronavirus in Brazil could wipe out the remaining indigenous tribes in the South American country, one of the nation's prominent photographers has warned.... more
    On World Press Freedom Day, Malaysia investigates journalist over 'provocation'
    4 May: Police in Malaysia confirm they are investigating a journalist over her reporting on mass raids targeting migrants and refugees amid the COVID-19 pandemic.... more
    In Spain's coronavirus crisis, we were living in the world's toughest lockdown conditions — until yesterday
    3 May: Yesterday at 7.30am, I rolled out of bed, got dressed and brushed my teeth. Then I stepped out on to the sunny streets of Valencia, Spain, for the first time in 48 days.... more
    How Angela Merkel's science background gives her an edge against coronavirus in Germany
    3 May: Germany's battle against COVID-19 is far from over, but it seems to have weathered the pandemic far better than its European neighbours. It hasn't hurt to have former scientist Angela Merkel at the helm.... more
    Orangutans among thousands of animals at risk of starvation in Indonesian zoos under coronavirus lockdown, officials warn
    3 May: Some 70,000 animals across Indonesia, including members of critically endangered species, are at risk of starvation as zoos struggle financially due to social distancing restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic.... more
    Chinese activists fear coronavirus wet market restrictions will drive live animal trade underground
    2 May: Chinese animal rights activists who have sounded the alarm for years about the risks of the country's live animal trade fear new coronavirus rules will push the wild meat industry underground.... more
    Joe Biden denies Tara Reade's sexual assault allegations. Will the drama hurt his chances of beating Donald Trump?
    2 May: The presumptive Democratic nominee has unequivocally denied claims that he sexually assaulted a former Senate aid in 1993. Six months ahead of the election, the claims could still leave a mark on his campaign.... more
    Kids' coronavirus art reveals how they're processing the COVID-19 pandemic
    2 May: For many kids, art is part of how they're processing the COVID-19 pandemic. Now some of their creations are being showcased in an online exhibition.... more

     Most Popular Recent International News
     01 May: COVIDSafe coronavirus contact-tracing app faces software bugs and lingering iPhone issues ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     12 May: The battle for West Papuan independence from Indonesia has intensified with deadly results ++++++++++++++++
     06 May: Scott Morrison says Australia is doing better on COVID-19 than New Zealand despite a less extreme lockdown. Is he correct? +++++++++++
     15 May: AFL restart plans after coronavirus shutdown complicated by state governments, not Victorian parochialism +++++++++
     14 May: How has Vietnam, a developing nation in South-East Asia, done so well to combat coronavirus? ++++++++
     26 Apr: The fagus, Australia's only native winter deciduous tree, is turning its stunning autumn colours. What's behind that gorgeous display? ++++++++
     19 May: Belgium appears to have the highest coronavirus mortality rate in the world. Here's why ++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      26 May: Martin devlin: idea of anzac combined team is utter nonsense (NZ Herald)
      26 May: International travel in a post-covid world (RadioNZ)
      25 May: Remaining backpackers enjoy nz after lockdown (RadioNZ)
      25 May: Secondary school international students stuck in new zealand (RadioNZ)
      25 May: How coronavirus will change cricket as we know it forever (NZ Herald)
      25 May: Mobil oil ask for five year extension on move to cleaner shipping fuel (Stuff.co.nz)
      25 May: The modern era of globalisation is in danger (sharechat.co.nz)
      25 May: Australian tourism minister wants transtasman bubble with certain states (NZ Herald)
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