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North Korea has threatened to hit back at the White House if Washington sanctions it for an alleged hacking attack.
North Korea has called for a joint investigation with the United States into a crippling cyber attack on Sony Pictures.
Pakistan has hung two convicted militants and stepped up strikes on rebel groups following a brutal school massacre.
Up to 11 people are now reported to have died in a winter snow storm gripping much of Japan, as forecasters warn bad weather will continue.
David Schopf, 21, went missing on Wednesday afternoon while walking between Waitewaewae Hut and Parawai Lodge.
Plans to screen comedy Team America: World Police at select US cinemas after The Interview wwas dumped have been scrapped.
Judd Apatow and Rob Lowe have expressed their outrage at Sony bosses after they decided to scrap plans to release The Interview.
A Burma court has started the trial of a Kiwi charged under the nation's strict religious law after the bar he managed used an image of Buddha to promote a cheap drinks night.
India has successfully launched its biggest rocket carrying an unmanned capsule which could one day send astronauts into space.
Uber is ramping up driver background checks and other security measures worldwide after the smartphone-focused car-sharing service was banned in New Delhi.
Studio bosses behind an upcoming Steve Carell movie set in North Korea have decided to cancel the project in the wake of the fallout from Sony Pictures' controversial new movie, The Interview.
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.
A Tauranga-based human rights lawyer will represent a Kiwi caught allegedly bringing 1.7kg of methamphetamine into Bali earlier this month.
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 gunmen who stormed a school in Pakistan played sadistic games with captive students by suggesting some could be let go before lining them up and gunning them down.
US officials have spoken out to calm fears of terrorist attacks at cinemas showing The Interview, insisting there is "no credible intelligence" to suggest a plot is underway.
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