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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    British Prime Minister Theresa May says she's standing down after failing to negotiate Brexit deal
     25 May 2019
    British Prime Minister Theresa May announces she will resign on June 7, saying "it's a matter of deep regret" that she failed to negotiate a Brexit deal.
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    Nancy Pelosi speech manipulated to make her appear 'drunk' does not violate Facebook rules
    25 May: Doctored footage of the US House Speaker has been deemed "false" by Facebook fact-checkers but it will only be demoted from the News Feed, rather than being pulled from the platform.... more
    Tortoise-eating chimpanzees show signs of future planning cognitive abilities
    24 May: Researchers witness Gabon chimpanzees smashing tortoise shells before scooping out their flesh and sharing the meat with each other — behaviours that have never before been observed in the animals.... more
    The Verve's Richard Ashcroft gets royalties to Bitter Sweet Symphony after row with The Rolling Stones
    24 May: The 90s classic never made British band The Verve much money because they had sampled a Rolling Stones song. Now, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have signed over their rights.... more
    'You're unallocated!' Making sense of the corporate euphemisms used to mask bad news
    24 May: Kate pored over 78,000 conference call transcripts to learn about the language companies use to hide bad news. From "selective separation" to "commodity headwinds", she decodes the worst offenders.... more
    Orphaned Australian children of killed Islamic State fighter Yasin Rizvic being held in Syrian refugee camp
    24 May: Three Australian orphans of an Islamic State foreign fighter from Melbourne are being held in a Syrian refugee camp, sparking a delicate diplomatic struggle over their future.... more
    The election result wasn't good news for women in Parliament
    24 May: This election saw a small rise in women's representation, a likely fall in women in positions with a path to party leadership and the return of a government damned by women in its own ranks as misogynist, writes Chris Wallace.... more
    Eurovision 2019: UK's Michael Rice has last-place score lowered
    24 May: The UK's last-placed Eurovision 2019 song drops five points from 16 to 11 following a voting error. It adds insult to injury for entrant Michael Rice, who previously said he always knew he was going to come last "because of Brexit".... more
    Kyoto police arrest Australian man over black pen graffiti on government sign
    24 May: Japanese authorities say a 23-year-old Australian man arrested for defacing a Government sign in the ancient city of Kyoto defended the graffiti as art.... more
    Quentin Tarantino snaps at reporter over question about Margot Robbie's role in Once Upon A Time In ... Hollywood
    23 May: The director was asked why the Australian actress did not get more dialogue in Once Upon A Time In ... Hollywood, Tarantino's new film, in which Robbie plays murdered actress Sharon Tate.... more

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     01 May: Japan's Crown Prince Naruhito today accedes to the throne, but will he be one of the last emperors? +++++++++++++++++++++++
     23 May: Measles outbreak prompts finger-pointing in US, with New York Orthodox Jews rejecting blame +++++++++
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     International NewsLinks
      24 May: International child sex abuse ring: interpol makes arrests, rescues children (RadioNZ)
      24 May: Annual exports to china top $15 billion for first time (NZ Herald)
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     Today's News

    Politics:
    British Prime Minister Theresa May says she's standing down after failing to negotiate Brexit deal 4:36

    International:
    Nancy Pelosi speech manipulated to make her appear 'drunk' does not violate Facebook rules 4:36

    International:
    Tortoise-eating chimpanzees show signs of future planning cognitive abilities 22:27

    Politics:
    British prime Minister Theresa may has announced she is standing down as Prime Minister on June 7 21:57

    Entertainment:
    John Travolta was "encouraged" to embrace baldness by Pitbull 21:34

    Business:
    Business confidence is back to being the elephant in the room for the Government 21:17

    Entertainment:
    Philadelphia's top prosecutor has called for a new trial for Meek Mill 21:04

    International:
    The Verve's Richard Ashcroft gets royalties to Bitter Sweet Symphony after row with The Rolling Stones 20:37

    Entertainment:
    Quentin Tarantino thinks his wife is "perfect" 20:34

    Entertainment:
    Lita and Trish Stratus have started a fundraiser for Ashley Massaro's daughter 20:04

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