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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    Australian accused of spying James Ricketson transferred to a prison hospital in Cambodia
     4 May 2018
    Australian filmmaker James Ricketson is transferred to a prison hospital in Cambodia with various health complaints as he awaits trial on espionage charges.
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    Police in confirm suspect in custody after person wounded in Tennessee shopping mall
    4 May: Police in Nashville Tennessee have confirmed a suspect is in custody after a person was wounded inside a shopping mall... more
    Chart of the day: How Last Jedi polarised critics and Star Wars fans
    4 May: The original Star Wars trilogy remains a favourite with fans and reviewers alike, but the latest film has caused a disruption in the force.... more
    New Caledonia: What you need to know about the French territory's independence referendum
    4 May: French President Emmanuel Macron's next stop on his Pacific sojourn is the French territory of New Caledonia, where the countdown to a vote on independence is fast approaching.... more
    Australia's Foreign Minister concerned at reports China has installed cruise missiles in South China Sea
    4 May: Australia's Foreign Minister says she's concerned at reports China has installed anti-ship cruise missiles and surface-to-air missile systems on outposts in the South China Sea... more
    Man accused of filming people in New Zealand embassy toilet named
    4 May: Our top military attache can now be named as the man accused of filming people in a toilet at the New Zealand embassy in Washington.... more
    Some suscreens bad for marine life
    4 May: Sunscreen does a good job of protecting our skin, but it may not be so good for marine life.... more
    Cambridge Analytica declaring bankruptcy, shutting down
    4 May: Scandal-hit political analysis firm Cambridge Analytica is declaring bankruptcy and shutting down.... more
    Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak can bank on regional support despite corruption scandal
    4 May: Despite allegations that hundreds of millions of dollars of state money ended up in his personal bank account, and arrests of people who bring it up, support for Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak remains strong in regional areas.... more
    China's President Xi Jinping is pushing a Marxist revival — but how communist is it really?
    4 May: China's "Helmsman" President Xi Jinping wants the 1.4 billion people he leads to enthusiastically embrace the teachings of German philosopher Karl Marx, as part of a broader revival of the Communist Party.... 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  +++++++++++++++++++
     03 May: Up to 270 women in the UK may have died prematurely from breast cancer due to a computer glitch ++++++++++++++++++
     06 May: Bulldogs v Suns, Essendon v Hawthorn, West Coast v Power, Swans v North, Crows v Carlton: AFL round 7 scores and stats +++++++++++++++++
     02 May: Email suggests 'major backer' promised to help win $344,000 case against Cambodian newspaper +++++++++++++++++
     11 May: Hong Kong student slammed by Chinese press for saying the national anthem makes her 'vomit' +++++++++++
     14 May: Life after death: When dying is an ordinary part of your working day ++++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      24 May: De villiers 'runs out of gas' (RadioNZ)
      24 May: Ashleigh barty reaches quarterfinals in strasbourg (NZ Herald)
      24 May: 'tired' south africa great ab de villiers retires from international cricket (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 May: Japanese swimmer junya koga denies doping charges (NZ Herald)
      24 May: Ab de villiers: south africa batsman retires from international cricket (BBCWorld)
      24 May: Cricket: ab de villiers calls time on international career (NZ Herald)
      24 May: Ab de villiers retires from international cricket (NZ Herald)
      23 May: Uk law chief: treat cyberattacks the same way as bombs (NZ Herald)
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