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New Zealanders are gathering outside Auckland police station to protest police violence against black people after several deaths in the US.
Have you ever wondered what a bear really does in the woods at Christmas? Now there is scientific proof.
Five Royal New Zealand Navy Seasprite helicopters have been sold to Peru for $30 million.
Sony has not only cancelled the release of The Interview in the US, but reportedly also canned its studio tours for the time being.
US President Barack Obama says he isn't about to impose new sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine crisis.
Plans to screen comedy Team America: World Police at select US cinemas after The Interview wwas dumped have been scrapped.
In Havana's historic centre, overjoyed Cubans took to the streets to celebrate the breakthrough in US-Cuban relations. But exiled expats are dismayed.
Governor Andrew Cuomo says he will ban hydraulic fracking in New York State, citing health concerns about the controversial oil and gas drilling technique.
A United States official says federal investigators have connected the Sony Pictures hack to the North Korean government, the Associated Press is reporting.
A video posted to YouTube shows the terrifying moments a Boeing-777 encountered a harsh winter storm which rocked the plane for 45 minutes, injuring 14 people.
Sony has "no further plans" to release comedy The Interview in any form, following terrorist threats from a group linked with the North Korean government.
The annual Arctic Report Card, compiled by 63 scientists in 13 countries and updated each year, has been released at the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco.
An inquiry probing allegations of atrocities carried out by UK troops in Iraq in 2004 has cleared them of the most serious claims, but found they mistreated nine detainees.
Collins has confessed to People magazine in a lengthy essay that he had inappropriate sexual contact with three female minors between 1973 and 1994.
The United States and Cuba have made a historic breakthrough in their Cold War stand-off, moving to revive diplomatic ties and ease a five-decade trade embargo.
Cuba has freed Alan Gross, a US contractor jailed on the communist-ruled island since 2009, at the request of the United States, a US official says.
A disabled dog in the US has been given the freedom to run after his owner had 3D printed prosthesis made.
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