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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    Death of malnourished woman sparks new concerns about corruption in Chinese charities
     17 January 2020
    There are revelations that only a fraction of the more than 1 million yuan raised for a malnourished Chinese woman ever reached her, with allegations the money was "hoarded" for corporate investment.
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    Hong Kong airline apologises for making woman take pregnancy test before flight to Saipan
    17 Jan: Hong Kong Express Airways apologises after forcing a passenger to take a pregnancy test before she boarded a flight to the US territory of Northern Mariana Island, which has become a popular destination for so-called 'birth tourism'.... more
    Genetically engineered mosquitoes are immune to all strains of dengue virus for first time
    17 Jan: Locked in a secure lab near Melbourne is the newest addition in the fight against dengue: genetically engineered mosquitoes that are resistant to all strains of the potentially deadly virus.... more
    Prince Harry makes last public appearance before transition away from royal duties
    17 Jan: The draw of next year's Rugby League World Cup, of all things, played host to Prince Harry's first public appearance since the Queen gave him the go-ahead to transition away from senior royal duties.... more
    Oscar nominator Stephen King enters debate over lack of racial and gender diversity in nominations
    16 Jan: Can art be objectively judged, as Stephen King tweeted, or should more be done to ensure the industry combats subconscious biases when making award nominations?... more
    James Bond producers say a woman will never play the famous spy character
    16 Jan: Questions were asked about whether the franchise would seek to counteract accusations of sexism by casting a woman in the lead role. But the saga's producers say that won't be happening.... more
    'The blob', a huge marine heatwave, killed nearly a million seabirds in the biggest known die-off of its kind
    16 Jan: 'The blob', a mass of warm, nutrient-poor water that emerged off the US coast in 2013, was responsible for the biggest seabird die off in recorded history, according to new research.... more
    TikTok not approved for use on Australia's Defence devices
    16 Jan: The #army hashtag on TikTok may have over 11 billion views, but the Australian Defence Department is still not a fan.... more
    Indonesian sisters separated at birth find each other online and discover they are triplets
    16 Jan: Two identical Indonesian girls who were separated at birth and coincidentally found each other online have discovered they are triplets. Now they are searching for their estranged sister.... more
    Meghan Markle's father willing to testify against his daughter in court
    16 Jan: Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex's estranged father Thomas Markle is willing to testify against his daughter in a court case she has brought against a British tabloid newspaper.... more

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     09 Jan: Why did Iran attack US troops in Iraq? Could this start World War 3? Are Australians involved? ++++++++
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     Today's News

    Saracens chairman Neil Golding claims another audit would've involved more financial and emotional strain 7:27

    United Nations report says Saudis hacked Amazon boss Jeff Bezos's phone, implicates Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman 7:27

    Law and Order:
    US prosecutors are set to begin presenting their rape case against Harvey Weinstein  7:17

    The Maori Council's urging a moratorium on unrest between Black Power and the Mongrel Mob 7:07

    Coronavirus infections in China feared to be more widespread than officially reported 7:07

    Sir Patrick Stewart "got hooked" when he stumbled across an episode of 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' 7:00

    Jamie Foxx lives with his divorced parents 6:30

    Lea Michele gets "emotional" watching the late Cory Monteith in old episodes of 'Glee' 6:00

    Expect to see the Silver Ferns pile on the pressure in the midcourt during their second Nations Cup match against Jamaica in Birmingham this morning 5:47

    Much of the country is in for an absolute scorcher of a weekend 21:57

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