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More than 30,000 people were estimated to attend this morning's Dawn Service in Auckland.
NZ and Australian troops didn't know their bravery would help forge the Anzac bond that endures to this day, John Key says.
The New Zealand Defence Force has performed a joint Last Post ceremony in Belgium to mark the 29,928th time it has been played at the Menin Gate.
Greece's radical left government carried out its first privatisation since coming to power by selling a 20-year horseracing gambling licence.
Global bank HSBC will review whether to remain headquartered in Britain or not as the country increases regulation and taxation of the sector.
Turkey condemns Russian President Vladimir Putin for referring to genocide during commemorations of the 1915 mass killings of Armenians during World War I.
A 14-year-old boy charged with plotting to behead a police officer at Anzac Day commemorations in Melbourne will face his trial by September.
French biotechnology company MedDay announced results for a multiple sclerosis drug trial that leads to "significant improvement" for sufferers.
Anzac Day's National Commemorative Service happened at the new the Pukeahu National War Memorial in Wellington today.
Large crowds turned out to Dawn Services across Otago this morning, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings.
The Tunisian captain of a migrant boat in which at least 700 people drowned will learn what charges he will face over the disaster.
Mediterranean migrant shipwreck spurs the EU into a military mission against people smugglers, but it will be hard to implement.
The Gallipoli pilgrims have snuggled up in their sleeping bags as they begin the long cold wait for the Anzac Day dawn service.
Prime Minister John Key says he's filled with enormous pride and great sadness after walking around memorial sites at Gallipoli.
The last major battle that took place in Gallipoli was at a place called Hill 60 and saw the loss of many men.
The land in Gallipoli is still giving up its secrets, revealing the absolute horror that occurred there almost 100 years ago.
Military Historian Dr. Ian McGibbon takes Mike McRoberts on a tour of the trenches where the New Zealanders held the line at Gallipoli.
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