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Greece must undertake reforms to bring stability to its shaky financial system, US President Barack Obama says.
Iran presented a four-point peace plan for Yemen to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to end the "senseless" Saudi-led air campaign on Huthi rebels.
Islamist fighters from Nigeria's Boko Haram group killed at least 10 civilians in a cross-border raid on a village in northern Cameroon.
A car bomb blast near the US consulate in Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region has killed three people and wounded five, Kurdish officials say.
France's prime minister announced the government will pour 100 million euros (NZ$139.78 million) into a major anti-racism and anti-Semitism action plan.
The UN weather agency says it is dropping "Isis" from its stocklist of Pacific hurricane names.
A gas line explosion in California has injured 11 people at a sheriff's gun range, police say.
A Texas veterinarian who apparently shot a domestic cat through the head with a bow and arrow has been sacked.
The world's biggest physics experiment came back online today, as the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) was restarted after a two-year upgrade.
In England there is a town whose very identity is based around New Zealand, all because of something Kiwi troops did 100 years ago.
After being lost at sea for 66 days, an American sailor has been found clinging to the hull of his capsized boat, more than 300 kilometres off North Carolina.
Workers from a factory in Taiwan which leached toxic chemicals have won a US$18 million payout from US electronics company RCA.
Five men have been arrested in Melbourne over suspicions of terrorism, for an alleged plot targeting police officers.
More than 11,000 migrants have been rescued from the Mediterranean and taken to Italy in the past six days - hundreds more expected.
Three people were killed and others were injured when part of a nightclub collapsed during a concert by British punk band Doom Chile.
Britain's unemployment rate has hit a fresh six-year low of 5.6 percent, official data shows, in upbeat news for the government before the May 7 election.
The general manager of Turkish Airlines has urged single pilots to marry, after the Germanwings tragedy.
Two civilians were killed and nine peacekeepers from Niger wounded in a suicide attack on the UN's MINUSMA peacekeeping mission in Mali.
A Chinese court has convicted a 71-year-old journalist of leaking state secrets and jailed her for seven years.
Pope Francis is considering a visit to Cuba in September as part of a trip that will also take him to the United States, the Vatican has announced.
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