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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    The Loop: China's special 'military operations', the fruit and veges facing shortages, and BTS on hiatus?
     15 June 2022
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    ASX plunge: Here's what's happening in the Australian share market and why we're talking about recession again
    15 Jun: There are fears we could be on the verge of another global recession and investors are spooked.... more
    ASX down nearly 4 per cent after Wall Street sell-off on inflation fears, S&P 500 falls into bear market
    15 Jun: Australian, US and global stocks are dumped by investors as they worry more aggressive interest rate rises by the US Federal Reserve could tip the global economy into recession.... more
    Google says its AI chatbot system LaMDA is not sentient. But how do they know?
    15 Jun: Current AI systems aren't sentient, but their successors may be. When the time comes, how will we know?... more
    The latest January 6 hearing delved into Donald Trump and the 'Big Lie'. These were the big moments
    15 Jun: In the second hearing into the former US president's efforts to overturn the 2020 election, several Trump insiders described the chaos that unfolded on election night as an "intoxicated" Rudy Guliani concocted a plan to postpone the inevitable.... more
    Sievierodonetsk cut off by Russian forces, last bridge into Donbas destroyed, Zelenskyy warns of 'brutal' battle ahead
    14 Jun: As the fight for the Donbas region intensifies, Ukraine's President says it will be remembered as "one of the most brutal battles" in European history.... more
    Who is Alexander Govor, the man behind Russia's rebranded McDonald's 'Tasty and that's it'
    14 Jun: The billionaire businessman who has taken over McDonald's outlets in Russia wants to expand his new chain to 1,000 locations across the country.... more
    You can dance if you want to: How the internet reacted to the Socceroos triumph and Andrew Redmayne's heroics
    14 Jun: Socceroos substitute goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne danced his way into national folklore this morning – and the internet went a wild emotional rollercoaster ride with him.... more
    Sri Lanka is on the verge of 'humanitarian emergency', with hundreds boarding boats set for Australia
    14 Jun: More than 300 Sri Lankans have tried to get to Australia in the past few weeks as the country's economic crisis has worsened, with people smugglers claiming those on board will be allowed into the country under the new Labor government.... more
    Labor government urged to drop prosecutions against whistleblowers and ramp up protections
    14 Jun: As the Albanese government works on getting legislation ready for its highly anticipated corruption watchdog, calls are growing for it to boost protections for whistleblowers and drop criminal prosecutions against Richard Boyle, David McBride and Bernard Collaery, and to advocate for Julian Assange.... more

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     09 Jun: Mobile phones have changed the rules of war. Ukrainians are using that to their advantage ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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      29 Jun: Samoa airways no longer flying long-haul (RadioNZ)
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      29 Jun: Prime minister jacinda ardern on why she spoke out on roe v wade decision (NZ Herald)
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      28 Jun: Jacinda ardern begins europe trip meeting with friends, but can they help her? (NZ Herald)
      27 Jun: England captain eoin morgan set to retire from international cricket (BBCWorld)
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    Law and Order:
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    Bono was riddled with guilt over how he treated his late father after his mother's death 11:21

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