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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    Hong Kong Christians turn 'Sing Hallelujah to the Lord' into unlikely protest anthem
     20 June 2019
    The fear of police brutality loomed over Hong Kong's uprising this week. But when Christians broke out in song, a legal loophole was triggered and an unlikely protest anthem was born.
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    Invasive bird species need suitable climates and other aliens to flourish
    20 Jun: Introduced bird species like the common myna are more likely to thrive if the climate's right and there are already other alien species in the area.... more
    Himalayas environment change 'mind-boggling', leading scientist says
    20 Jun: Mountaineer and climate scientist John All was in the Himalayas for the recent climbing season and says change happening to the environment there is "mind-boggling".... more
    Kate Middleton, Prince William send flowers to elderly woman injured in Royal convoy crash
    20 Jun: Britain's police watchdog launches an investigation after an elderly woman is struck by a police motorbike escort for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.... more
    Border force officer dies on patrol vessel in Torres Strait, Commissioner Michael Outram says
    19 Jun: An Australian Border Force officer has died onboard a patrol vessel in the Torres Strait, Commissioner Michael Outram says, offering his condolences to the officer's family.... more
    US-Iran tensions are on the rise. Here's what that could mean for Australia
    19 Jun: Tensions between the United States and Iran could be rising to "the brink of a catastrophic military clash", experts warn, as the US announces plans to send more troops to the Middle East.... more
    Boris Johnson increases his lead to become the next British prime minister and Tory leader
    19 Jun: Boris Johnson increases his lead in the race for the Conservative leadership in the latest ballot, before taking on the remaining contenders for the UK prime ministership take part in a live television debate dominated by Brexit.... more
    Plus-size mannequin criticism ignores fact healthy bodies come in all shapes, experts say
    19 Jun: A plus-size mannequin inside a London Nike store has sparked criticism the sportswear brand is promoting an unhealthy body image, but experts say "healthy" may not look the way people think.... more
    Lisa Millar to take over from Virginia Trioli on News Breakfast
    19 Jun: At age seven, Lisa Millar was singing the ABC News theme and practising her interview technique on her little sister — after 25 years of reporting here and overseas, she's now looking forward to the challenge of co-hosting a daily morning television progr... more
    Football game breaks out mid-point in tennis match between Benoit Paire and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
    19 Jun: Benoit Paire and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga prove you do not need a racquet to have fun on a tennis court, when an impromptu foot tennis match broke out mid-point in Halle.... more

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