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Two former classmates have had a most unusual reunion in Florida; she is a judge, and he a burglary suspect appearing before her.
Satellite imagery shows China is growing by nearly 1.5 hectares every day, as it builds up its islands in the South China Sea.
Actress America Ferrera has penned an open "thank you" letter to Donald Trump following his ill-advised remarks about Mexicans in the US, suggesting he inadvertently inspired more Latinos to vote.
New Zealander Nela Zisser has weighed in ahead of the annual Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest on July 4th at Coney Island in New York.
Global powers appear to be inching towards a historic nuclear deal as the Iranian foreign minister says the world has never been closer to ending a 13-year standoff with Tehran.
A semicolon tattoo craze that has nothing to do with grammar has taken off worldwide, but is yet to hit Kiwi shores.
Should peas ever be included in guacamole? It is a question that is dividing the United States.
Pope Francis next week embarks on an eight-day visit to South America's 'peripheral' countries which share common challenges.
More than 5000 people were evacuated from their homes after a train carrying toxic chemicals derailed in Tennessee and spectacularly caught fire.
Agonising talks towards a grand bargain nuclear deal between Iran and major powers looked set to drag into the weekend and beyond.
A former Napier councillor charged with murder in Canada claims he was "too big" to save his drowning wife.
Helen Clark says the $11.4 million the Ministry of Foreign Affairs spent on a New York apartment is "definitely money well-spent".
A US court has ordered a former Guantanamo detainee to pay US$134.2 million in compensation over a 2002 grenade attack that killed two US soldiers in Afghanistan.
Fans of 1980s TV show The Dukes of Hazzard have launched a petition calling for TV bosses to bring back the show after it was taken off the air.
British energy giant BP has announced it has agreed to settle US federal and state claims worth up to US$18.7 billion over the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
A woman with amnesia in the US who had the whole world trying to figure out who she was has been identified by her nephew.
A leaked Trans-Pacific Partnership draft suggests the United States is demanding increased protections for pharmaceutical companies.
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