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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    Bali's Mt Agung volcano erupting but alert level remains unchanged
     22 November 2017
    Bali's Mt Agung volcano begins erupting with an ash cloud rising 800 metres above the summit, but authorities say the eruption is small so far and locals are being urged to remain calm.
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    Zimbabwe's military is looking after its own interests — not democracy
    22 Nov: Contrary to popular sentiment that the coup in Zimbabwe would usher in a new era of democracy, the military intervention is much more about a succession crisis in the ruling ZANU-PF party.... more
    Sumo wrestling is embroiled in cover-up scandal after bar brawl
    22 Nov: A senior wrestler allegedly hit a junior wrestler over the head with a beer bottle in a bar for showing a lack of respect, but witnesses are changing their stories to protect their superiors.... more
    Robert Mugabe: From political prisoner and freedom fighter to cartoonish modern dictator
    22 Nov: Robert Mugabe claimed to be the father of Zimbabwe, but by the time of his resignation he had become a cartoonish figure of the stereotypical African dictator. He leaves behind a once-capable nation on the brink of ruin and a people scarred by years of po... more
    Lord King, former Bank of England governor, says global banking system 'not safe'
    22 Nov: Not enough has been done since the global financial crisis to ensure banks won't collapse if the economy or markets go pear-shaped, former Bank of England governor Lord Mervyn King says.... more
    When flexibility becomes a liability: The downside of being super bendy
    22 Nov: Being physically flexible is usually considered to be a good thing. But what are the downsides of being able to turn yourself into a pretzel? And how can you tell if you're going too far?... more
    Myanmar's discrimination against Rohingya Muslims is 'apartheid': Amnesty International
    22 Nov: Myanmar's policies that restrict ethnic Rohingyas from travelling, visiting a hospital or going to school are slammed in a new report from Amnesty International, which describes it as a system designed to make the minority's "lives as hopeless and humilia... more
    Srebrenica massacre survivor hits back at genocide deniers ahead of war crimes verdict
    21 Nov: Try telling Nedzad Avdic that what happened in Srebrenica 22 years ago was not genocide. Forced to lie in a pile of bodies and shot at close range, he's one of the few survivors of a massacre which left 8,000 men and boys dead.... more
    Concern for life of Rohingya refugee injured in motorbike accident on Nauru
    21 Nov: A decision on whether to medically evacuate a critically injured refugee on Nauru is being weighed up by Australia's Department of Immigration.... more
    Grace Mugabe and other first ladies who live in the lap of luxury
    21 Nov: As Robert Mugabe's reign over Zimbabwe draws to a close, attention has turned to the role his wife — known for her extravagant spending — has played in his plunging popularity. But she's not the only wife of a world leader living large while their country... more

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     02 Nov: Osama bin Laden's hard drive files: Computer held home movies, propaganda and video games +++++++++++++++++++++
     23 Nov: Fact check: Is Malcolm Turnbull's comparison of Kenyan and Australian broadband valid? ++++++++++++++++++
     14 Nov: Saudi Arabia: How the kingdom is trying to 'assert a bold new authority' ++++++++++
     16 Nov: World Cup: Which teams have made it and which teams have missed out on next year's finals? +++++++++
     01 Nov: Make no mistake, Donald Trump is at his zenith +++++++++
     05 Nov: Students re-create pop music videos to keep Irish language alive +++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      23 Nov: Former england international joins firebirds (voxy.co.nz)
      23 Nov: Sport: cook islands stun england at women's world cup (RadioNZ)
      23 Nov: Kiwis to face england in three-match series in 2018 (voxy.co.nz)
      23 Nov: Ronan o'gara to join crusaders coaching team (voxy.co.nz)
      22 Nov: Business analytics software powers profits for nz wine producers (GeekZone)
      22 Nov: Destiny charities stripped of tax-exempt status (NZ Herald)
      22 Nov: Un urges australia to solve manus island crisis (RadioNZ)
      22 Nov: Amazon australia expected to open on thursday (Stuff.co.nz)
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