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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    Donald Trump has always denied deals with Russia, but how true is that?
     14 May 2018
    "There is absolutely no collusion. I didn't make a phone call to Russia, I have nothing to do with Russia, and everybody knows it." Donald Trump has said or tweeted words to this effect hundreds of times in the past 18 months — but how true is it?
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    Life after death: When dying is an ordinary part of your working day
    14 May: Despite its inevitability, death catches many of us off guard. We asked three people who come into contact with death daily how — if at all — it changes their outlook on life, and on dying.... more
    Chicken Church: Indonesia's famed building was built by a man with a dream more than 30yrs ago
    14 May: The massive chicken-shaped building in Indonesia is a place where people from different faith and religions come to find peace.... more
    Rabbitohs v Dragons, Raiders v Sharks: NRL round 10 live scores, stats and commentary
    13 May: The Sharks edge a close encounter with the Raiders in Canberra after the South Sydney Rabbitohs pulled off an upset win over the ladder-leading Dragons.... more
    Explosions outside churches in Surabaya, Indonesia's second biggest city
    13 May: Police say suicide bombers attacked three churches across Indonesia's second-largest city Surabaya, killing at least two people and injuring a dozen others.... more
    What's the deal with Nauru backing the disputed territories of South Ossetia and Abkhazia?
    13 May: Nauru is the only Pacific country which recognises South Ossetia and Abkhazia, two areas seized by Russia from Georgia in a brief war in 2008 — but why?... more
    El Salvador tries to shed its reputation as a murder hotspot to attract tourists
    13 May: El Salvador is notorious for its gang violence and high murder rate, but a grassroots movement is trying to convince international tourists to visit this Central American nation — and it's working, writes Jennifer Huxley.... more
    Warriors v Roosters, Storm v Titans, Manly v Broncos: NRL round 10 live scores and stats
    13 May: The Queenslanders went home empty handed in the Lang Park double header with Melbourne beating Gold Coast and Manly beating Brisbane, while earlier the Roosters destroyed the Warriors.... more
    'Marscopter' to offer NASA birds-eye view of the Red Planet
    12 May: The tiny 'Marscopter' will be the first heavier-than-air craft on another planet, and could help NASA see parts of Mars never accessed before.... more
    Melania Trump: what do we even know about the most opaque First Lady of our time?
    12 May: If you'd like to stir up a dinner party in any corner of America, bring up the name Melania Trump. Her latest official utterance has done nothing to illuminate her fellow Americans, writes Micheline Maynard.... more

     Most Popular Recent International News
     03 May: Made in China 2025: Beijing's manufacturing blueprint and why the world is concerned ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     04 May: Cambridge Analytica declaring bankruptcy, shutting down  ++++++++++++++++++++++
     06 May: Bulldogs v Suns, Essendon v Hawthorn, West Coast v Power, Swans v North, Crows v Carlton: AFL round 7 scores and stats ++++++++++++++++++++
     03 May: Up to 270 women in the UK may have died prematurely from breast cancer due to a computer glitch ++++++++++++++++++
     02 May: Email suggests 'major backer' promised to help win $344,000 case against Cambodian newspaper +++++++++++++++++
     12 May: Pony dumped in grandmother's backyard after 13-year-old girl responds to online ad +++++++++++++
     11 May: Hong Kong student slammed by Chinese press for saying the national anthem makes her 'vomit' +++++++++++

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      27 May: Pavlyuchenkova labors past cibulkova to win at strasbourg (NZ Herald)
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      27 May: Saracens beats exeter 27-10, back as english rugby champion (NZ Herald)
      27 May: Sri lanka cricket to co-operate with icc over fixing probe (NZ Herald)
      26 May: Minister launches new children's media hub (
      26 May: World rugby trialling law changes that lower tackle height to 'below the nipple line' (
      26 May: Athletes prep for final pre at historic hayward field (NZ Herald)
      26 May: Maritime organization approves bering strait shipping routes (NZ Herald)
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