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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    Coronavirus cases are spiking in Europe as temperatures drop and vaccine immunity wanes. Is the future of COVID-19 seasonal?
     19 November 2021
    The days in the northern hemisphere are growing short and cold, allowing the Delta variant to take hold as people retreat indoors, while vaccine immunity wanes and inoculation rates stagnate.
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    Vladimir Putin says West is taking Russia's 'red lines' too lightly
    19 Nov: Russia's President warns the West not to cross its "red lines" when it comes to regional conflicts, saying his word is being taken "too lightly".... more
    Election season will see thousands of Australians return home, some 'traumatised' by COVID border closures
    19 Nov: Many in Australia lost family members during India's brutal second wave of coronavirus, while Australians living overseas say they feel abandoned by the federal government.... more
    WTA says China could lose tournaments if Peng Shuai's safety is not assured
    19 Nov: Women's Tennis Association boss Steve Simon says events could be stripped from China if the safety of missing player Peng Shuai can not be assured, as Serena Williams joins the public outcry.... more
    The Loop: Aussie nurses burning out, the Unknown Sailor's identity revealed, and why you should look up at sunset
    19 Nov: Here's your TL;DR for this morning's news.... more
    US senator Joe Manchin is more powerful than President Joe Biden. Here's how he pulled it off
    19 Nov: Joe Manchin spent more than a decade being largely ignored in the US Senate. Then a twist of fate turned him into America's most influential politician.... more
    Pandemic workers kill pet dog in China, sparking online outrage and calls for animal protection laws
    19 Nov: The owner of the pet corgi watched the killing via her home security camera, after being forced to leave the dog in her apartment to undergo quarantine.... more
    Mother pleads for help after son's arrest by government forces as war escalates in Ethiopia
    19 Nov: The mother of an Australian man stranded in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa is pleading with the federal government to help get him out of the war-torn nation.... more
    The Loop: Australian house prices 'rolling over', get ready for the 'micro-moon' and winds whip up volcanic ash from over a century ago
    18 Nov: Here's your TL;DR for today's news.... more
    Rapper Young Dolph shot dead while buying cookies in Memphis
    18 Nov: Memphis officials, athletes and numerous members of the music industry pay tribute as rapper Young Dolph dies in a shooting near the city's airport.... more

     Most Popular Recent International News
     05 Nov: As Scott Morrison faces COP26, here's how Australia can solve its climate change mess ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     16 Nov: Republicans join Democrats as Joe Biden signs $US1 trillion infrastructure bill into law +++++++++++++++++
     12 Nov: COVID vaccine mandate leaves WA schools facing teacher shortage, compounding border pressure +++++++++++++++++
     16 Nov: Infowars host Alex Jones liable for damages in Sandy Hook shooting 'hoax' defamation case +++++++++++++
     06 Nov: Beijing Winter Olympics 2022: How politics, COVID-19 and the birth of an industry will shape China's Games ++++++++++++
     09 Nov: Freezing water and a shark encounter helped Ross Frylinck to forge a powerful relationship with nature ++++++++++
     19 Nov: Pandemic workers kill pet dog in China, sparking online outrage and calls for animal protection laws ++++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      3 Dec: Black caps skipper kane williamson out of second test v india through injury (
      3 Dec: Women's basketball competition heads into unchartered territory (RadioNZ)
      3 Dec: Covid 19: miq rules could be changed to allow 501 deportees to stay longer (NZ Herald)
      3 Dec: Tennis: men's tennis faces player revolt over failure to suspend tournaments in china amid peng shuai case (NZ Herald)
      3 Dec: Afghanistan: hamid karzai says the taliban are his brothers (BBCWorld)
      2 Dec: Scotland rugby in mourning as international siobhan cattigan dies at 26 (
      2 Dec: The insta business scheme raising red flags (RadioNZ)
      2 Dec: Aussies take advantage of fiji holiday offer amid omicron threat (RadioNZ)
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