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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    Wigan is the latest English football league club to enter administration. It probably won't be the last
     2 July 2020
    Wigan has become the third English football league club this season to fall into administration, but with coronavirus causing financial pain to clubs across the country, they are unlikely to be the last.
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    Coronavirus affects the blood vessels as well as the lungs. Understanding this may be key to treating it
    2 Jul: Evidence is emerging that this coronavirus doesn't act solely like a respiratory virus. And the blood vessel complications that emerge in more severe COVID-19 cases could have implications for how we treat it.... more
    Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte has backflipped on his divorce plans with the US military — why?
    2 Jul: Rodrigo Duterte announced he would tear up the Philippines' historical military relationship with the US, but now he wants them back. For seasoned observers, the answer's as unpredictable as the Philippine President.... more
    Mothers play an increasingly large and shocking role in South-East Asian child sexual abuse
    2 Jul: When Australian police raided the home of a Queensland paedophile, they made a shocking discovery — the offender was being sold online access to children by their mother.... more
    Wearing a mask in the United States is political, but Republicans are speaking out as coronavirus cases grow
    2 Jul: Mike Pence is the latest US Republican to say wearing a mask is a "good idea" but we're still yet to see President Donald Trump wear one. Why are masks so divisive?... more
    Families of COVID-19 victims lobbying for inquiry into UK government's handling of the pandemic
    1 Jul: Grief and anger over his father's death are driving Matt Fowler to hold the British government accountable for failing to take action early enough to stop the rapid spread of coronavirus.... more
    China passes new national security law aimed at Hong Kong
    30 Jun: China's Government has officially approved a new national security law aimed at Hong Kong which will criminalise political acts such as separatism and colluding with foreign forces, Hong Kong media is reporting.... more
    Anders Tegnell, the man behind Sweden's contentious coronavirus plan, has a legion of fans — and critics
    30 Jun: He's an unlikely hero of Sweden's contentious pandemic plan. Lauded by fans for his "Swedish dad cool", Anders Tegnell is also accused of allowing the COVID-19 casualties to mount.... more
    At least five people have died after shots were fired at the Pakistan Stock Exchange in Karachi
    29 Jun: At least five people have died after shots were fired at the Pakistan Stock Exchange in Karachi... more
    Singleton High School teacher apologises after racist classroom rant
    29 Jun: A Hunter Valley high school is under fire for not suspending a teacher who allegedly made racist comments about Indigenous Australians to a classroom full of students.... more

     Most Popular Recent International News
     22 Jun: This woman's photo was used in a hoax campaign against Black Lives Matter. Then the internet fought back ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     25 Jun: NASA simulates what sunsets look like on other planets and moons +++++++++++++++++++
     19 Jun: Uncle Ben's, Aunt Jemima and Mrs Butterworth's products to get new look to remove racial stereotyping +++++++++++++++
     29 Jun: Singleton High School teacher apologises after racist classroom rant +++++++++++++
     03 Jul: UK police hack encrypted phone chat network to arrest 'untouchable' criminals +++++++++
     06 Jul: The woman who absconded from an Auckland managed isolation facility will face a charge of breaching the Covid-19 Public Health Response Act +++++++++
     22 Jun: Thailand had the world's first coronavirus case outside China. Here's how it avoided disaster ++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      12 Jul: The beths kick off their new zealand tour in auckland (
      10 Jul: Australia halves international arrivals to contain covid-19 coronavirus (RadioNZ)
      10 Jul: Nz banks' credit losses to rise to 12x 2019 level - s&p (NZ Herald)
      10 Jul: Flights from asia to cnmi september at earliest (RadioNZ)
      10 Jul: Nz should take 'middle ground' on hong kong - law expert (RadioNZ)
      10 Jul: Another group puts hand up to govern rugby league in tonga (RadioNZ)
      9 Jul: No guarantees silver ferns will meet australia in 2020 (RadioNZ)
      9 Jul: Kiwi footballers named as new caps in somalia national squad (
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     Today's News

    Rugby League:
    Five final-session wickets have reduced England to 284 for eight in their second innings at the end of day four of the first cricket test against the West Indies, a lead of 170 8:16

    Sheffield United's European dream remains alive after demolishing third-placed Chelsea 3-nil in the English Premier League 8:16

    Tyson Beckford thinks Kanye West isn't "ready" to become the US President 8:11

    A pedestrian has been hit by a vehicle in central Wellington...but dusted themself off and walked away 8:06

    Rugby League:
    Canberra's likely lost hooker Josh Hodgson for the rest of the NRL season with an ACL tear 7:56

    Health & Safety:
    ACC insists it never advised a Northland man with a severe bowel injury to use a bucket, at the side of the road 7:46

    Accident and Emergency:
    One person suffered moderate injuries last night, after a car which had been chased by police crashed on the southern side of the Brynderwyns 7:46

    Stormzy thinks the Black Lives Matter movement represents "hundreds, thousands of years" of "real pain" 7:41

    Vanuatu feeling the pinch as coronavirus pandemic keeps tourists away 7:36

    Never before has a conversion charge-down wielded as much influence over a Super Rugby game 7:26

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