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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    China offers $42 million in humanitarian aid to Afghanistan as UN warns of women's rights 'rollback'
     9 September 2021
    China says the US and its allies should help Afghanistan's positive development while respecting its sovereignty and independence.
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    Michael Constantine, who played the father in My Big Fat Greek Wedding, dies aged 94
    9 Sep: Constantine's character's obsessive belief that cleaning product Windex could fix everything was a running joke in the movie and one of its standout soundbites.... more
    Exiled Afghan artists in Indonesia desperate for resettlement in wake of Taliban takeover
    9 Sep: Afghan artists in exile in Indonesia say the Taliban's violent crackdown on creativity since returning to power underlines why it is not safe for them to return home.... more
    Aussie Bataclan theatre victim recounts her escape as Paris terror attack trial begins
    9 Sep: An Australian woman who was shot during the 2015 Paris attacks says closure may not be achievable for victims as the trial of 20 accused men begins in the French capital.... more
    Man arrested over murder of Australian Shanae Brooke Edwards in Tblisi, Georgia
    9 Sep: Authorities in Georgia say forensic experts matched genetic material with the man, who faces up to 15 years in jail.... more
    America's 'forever prisoner' has spent two decades in custody for planning the 9/11 attacks. But it's not clear he was involved
    9 Sep: They thought they'd captured an Al Qaeda kingpin instrumental in the planning of the 9/11 attacks. But Abu Zubaydah was likely just a low-level terrorist "travel agent". Here's why the US still won't let him go.... more
    Chinese primary school has 15 sets of twins in Hubei city famous for identical siblings
    8 Sep: Staff at Liulin Primary School in Hubei province work out a special system to tell the 15 sets of twins apart, spacing them out across 13 different classes.... more
    Logging of WA native forests to be banned under state budget plan unveiled by Mark McGowan
    8 Sep: The WA government moves to end logging in native forests by investing in softwood timber plantations, saying it will save hundreds of thousands of hectares otherwise at risk of being felled.... more
    Fire breaks out at Indonesian prison as inmates sleep, killing 41 including two foreigners
    8 Sep: Rika Aprianti, a spokeswoman for the law and human rights ministry, says the fire at Tangerang prison started in the early hours of Wednesday morning when many of the inmates were sleeping.... more
    Bulgari robbers caught in Paris after alleged $16 million jewellery heist ends in gunfire
    8 Sep: Wearing suits and armed with "large guns", thieves make off with a haul of jewellery from a luxury goods precinct in Paris before police open fire on their getaway car.... more

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      19 Sep: Former pro cyclist sorensen dies after being hit by vehicle (BBCWorld)
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