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A NZ citizen has reportedly been killed by an Islamic State rocket attack after he returned to Iraq.
One man is dead and two people are injured after a crash involving two cars on the Hauraki Plains this morning.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is "America's worst nightmare" and deserves to die for one of the bloodiest attacks on US soil since 9/11, his trial has heard.
The Tunisian captain of the migrant boat in which 800 people are feared to have drowned is set to be charged with mass murder.
The meat industry is reassuring Kiwis that the retailers prosecuted over the unauthorised use of sulphites in raw meat do not represent the wider industry.
Japan's leader Shinzo Abe has drawn sharp rebukes from China and South Korea after sending an offering to a controversial war shrine.
The Turkish government is trying to push Mustafa Kemal Ataturk off his pedestal in a bid to rewrite history for political purposes, a Turkish academic says.
Farmers in central India are standing in murky, chest-deep water for an 11th straight day in an unconventional protest over a land dispute.
A co-pilot who spilt coffee on the instrument panel of the Serbian president's plane and then hit an emergency button while trying to mop it up caused the jet to plunge.
Former SS officer Oskar Groening has asked for forgiveness over his role in mass murder at the Nazi death camp, Auschwitz.
An Egyptian court has sentenced ex-president Mohamed Morsi to 20 years over abuses of protesters.
A doctor in Queensland who declared an epileptic man fit to drive before he was involved in a fatal crash has been fined $10,055 for professional misconduct.
A US couple have been given long jail terms for the "sadistic" murder of the woman's mother, whose body was found stuffed in a suitcase outside a luxury hotel on Indonesia's Bali island.
When Greg Ross tripped on a remote backcountry track near Hokitika and tore his shoulder out of its socket, he knew his chances of survival were slim.
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