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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    The Middle East has struggled to contain the spread of coronavirus, but Jordan is an outlier
     7 May 2020
    As most of the world struggles to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, one country which should have been vulnerable is keeping deaths and case numbers extremely low.
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    'New mechanism for stroke?': Blood clotting in coronavirus patients has experts looking at role of viruses in causing stroke
    7 May: It's well established that coronavirus targets the lungs; but a growing body of evidence suggests COVID-19 may also cause blood clots that can damage vital organs, including the kidneys, heart and brain.... more
    Cyclone Harold uncovers treasure trove of World War II US military relics in Vanuatu
    7 May: It's discovered that a devastating cyclone in Vanuatu last month actually unearthed a treasure trove of World War II US military relics, which were washed out of embankments along various shorelines.... more
    How treating serious COVID-19 patients with antibodies from recovered donors could work
    7 May: We asked an immunologist how an antibody therapy might work against COVID-19.... more
    Can Australia's coronavirus contact tracing app COVIDSafe lift the country out of lockdown?
    7 May: The Government says the more people use COVIDSafe, the faster we can get to the pub. But is there evidence a smartphone app can help protect you from COVID-19?... more
    I've been living off the land for a week and am willing to risk a limb (or at least a few digits) for a feed of mud crab
    6 May: As day six rolled around on my self-imposed month of living without shops, I'd completely run out of meat, and it was time for one last attempt at catching mud crabs by hand.... more
    Kim Jong-un reappears at factory opening after speculation over his health. So what happened?
    6 May: Kim Jong-un finally re-emerged on the world stage this week after a 20-day absence. But mysteries over his health and why he was gone for so long are yet to be solved.... more
    Scott Morrison says Australia is doing better on COVID-19 than New Zealand despite a less extreme lockdown. Is he correct?
    6 May: Prime Minister Scott Morrison claims New Zealand has been less successful at suppressing coronavirus despite lockdowns were even more extreme than those he imposed upon Australia. RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates.... more
    Murder in the doll's house: Frances Glessner Lee and the making of modern forensics
    6 May: They resemble doll's houses, but with their blood-splattered walls, charred furniture and figurines in various states of decomposition, these miniatures are far from child's play. Built in the 1930s and 40s, they revolutionised crime scene investigations ... more
    UK death toll climbs above Italy's, becomes second-highest worldwide behind United States
    6 May: Britain's coronavirus death toll overtakes Italy's, with data revealing more than 32,000 lives lost, leaving the nation with the second-highest death toll globally.... more

     Most Popular Recent International News
     01 May: COVIDSafe coronavirus contact-tracing app faces software bugs and lingering iPhone issues +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     12 May: The battle for West Papuan independence from Indonesia has intensified with deadly results ++++++++++++++++
     06 May: Scott Morrison says Australia is doing better on COVID-19 than New Zealand despite a less extreme lockdown. Is he correct? +++++++++++
     15 May: AFL restart plans after coronavirus shutdown complicated by state governments, not Victorian parochialism ++++++++++
     14 May: How has Vietnam, a developing nation in South-East Asia, done so well to combat coronavirus? ++++++++
     19 May: Belgium appears to have the highest coronavirus mortality rate in the world. Here's why ++++++++
     12 May: What symptoms do kids with coronavirus show? Are children with COVID-19 less infectious than adults? We put your questions to the experts ++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      26 May: No flights from and to new caledonia before august (RadioNZ)
      26 May: Martin devlin: idea of anzac combined team is utter nonsense (NZ Herald)
      26 May: International travel in a post-covid world (RadioNZ)
      25 May: Remaining backpackers enjoy nz after lockdown (RadioNZ)
      25 May: Secondary school international students stuck in new zealand (RadioNZ)
      25 May: How coronavirus will change cricket as we know it forever (NZ Herald)
      25 May: Mobil oil ask for five year extension on move to cleaner shipping fuel (Stuff.co.nz)
      25 May: The modern era of globalisation is in danger (sharechat.co.nz)
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    International:
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    Entertainment:
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    Golf:
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    International:
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    Entertainment:
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    Health & Safety:
    Hopes New Zealand can play a part in the race for a COVID-19 vaccine 14:57

    Business:
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    Entertainment:
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