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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's International articles  International
    Cuba wants to win the global race to vaccinate its population against COVID-19 — and it's doing it with homegrown jabs
     29 September 2021
    Cuba expects to fully vaccinate its population against COVID-19 by the end of the year — and it's doing it using homegrown jabs.
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    Phone scams are 'exploding' and costing vulnerable Australians millions, new data shows
    28 Sep: Phone-based scams are costing Australians more money each year and Indigenous people have seen a sharp increase in losses in 2021.... more
    Who is R Kelly? How the R&B superstar, convicted of human trafficking, was finally brought to justice
    28 Sep: The trial is the culmination of decades of allegations, denials, court cases and settlements that have led many to wonder how Kelly got away with his behaviour for so long.... more
    R Kelly, R&B superstar, facing decades behind bars after being convicted in New York sex trafficking trial
    28 Sep: Prosecutors said Kelly took advantage of his fame and charisma to recruit victims, including some plucked from crowds at his concerts, with the aid of people in his entourage.... more
    Why is the UK experiencing a fuel shortage? It's got nothing to do with petrol and everything to do with trucks
    28 Sep: The UK is in the midst of a run on petrol stations that has left bowsers running dry and thousands of motorists frustrated.... more
    Joel Embiid and other Philadelphia 76ers speak about the Ben Simmons saga as NBA training camp kicks off
    28 Sep: The Philadelphia 76ers say they are hopeful the Australian star Ben Simmons will remain a part of the team, but time is running out, with training camp starting and three weeks left before the NBA season kicks off.... more
    China set to clamp down on abortions for 'non-medical purposes' amid slowing population growth
    28 Sep: Think tanks and policy researchers have identified China's declining birth rate as a major social policy challenge in the coming decades, while authorities say the new guidelines are aimed at improving women's reproductive health.... more
    UK contaminated blood scandal: Schoolboy survivors say they were 'injected with death'
    28 Sep: Lord Mayor Treloar College was meant to be a haven for vulnerable boys. But when the truth emerged about what was happening inside the school, survivors allege a "coalition of secrecy" tried to cover it up.... more
    Australian officials kept out of Myanmar court as Australian Sean Turnell prepares to go on trial
    28 Sep: Australian embassy officials in Myanmar are kept out of the courtroom where Sydney economist Sean Turnell has appeared on charges of violating the country's official secrets act, raising more doubt about whether he will receive a fair trial.... more
    What happened to Simone Biles at the Olympics? Simone vs Herself is promising to shed some light
    28 Sep: Simone Biles' withdrawal from some Olympics events sparked intense interest and now a new documentary promises to give a peek at her innermost thoughts during the Games.... more

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     17 Sep: Fossil found by schoolkids in New Zealand's Kawhia Harbour is new species of extinct giant penguin +++++++++++++++++++++++
     03 Sep: WA grain industry faces huge losses as COVID-fuelled worker shortage derails record harvest +++++++++++++
     05 Sep: As coronavirus surged in Louisiana, authorities knew there was only one way kids could safely return to school +++++++++++++
     04 Sep: Tokyo Paralympics updates: Australia finishes with team silver in table tennis, and relay silver in the pool — as it happened +++++++++++
     05 Sep: Earthquake-resistant school built from recycled plastic in Indonesia ++++++++++
     04 Sep: Melbourne principal stands by 'courageous' decision to make COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for staff ++++++++++
     03 Sep: Triceratops skeleton named 'Big John' up for sale in Paris ++++++++++

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      29 Sep: James bond 'perfect tonic to counter covid gloom' (BBCWorld)
      28 Sep: 'losing $15m per annum': university of otago launches voluntary redundancy scheme (NZ Herald)
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      27 Sep: Energy firms claim big interest in southland hydrogen plant proposal (RadioNZ)
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    Cuba wants to win the global race to vaccinate its population against COVID-19 — and it's doing it with homegrown jabs 7:04

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