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Polish prosecutors have let director Roman Polanski walk free after questioning him over his sex crime conviction.
The United States attempted to have the film director Roman Polanski arrested for sex offences when he travelled to Warsaw, a Polish newspaper claims.
The small band of Russian explorers travelled 26,000 km, all the way from Moscow in two light helicopters.
NATO says it has tracked and intercepted four groups of Russian warplanes "conducting significant military manoeuvres" in European airspace over the past two days.
A British teacher has pleaded guilty to charges of funding would-be fighters going to Syria and planning to go there himself, but says he does not support the Islamic State group.
There is currently no cure for type 1 diabetes. But with diabetes on the rise, medical experts are working on a range of new approaches.
Russian prosecutors have charged a rookie air traffic controller over the Moscow plane crash that killed the CEO of French oil giant Total.
Air France's third quarter results have taken a bashing due to a record pilots' strike, with turnover falling by 416 million euros ($NZ667 million).
A $2 toll has been proposed for every time you use an Auckland motorway onramp to pay for the reinvention of Auckland's transport system.
A British suicide prevention charity has launched a Twitter-scanning app designed to tip people off when their friends post potentially worrying messages.
After years of experimentation, European scientists have created the world's first "sparkling apple".
John Lydon has accused BBC bosses of censoring him during his 1970s heyday when he tried to tell the world about rumours of child abuse by Sir Jimmy Savile.
A French court has ruled that Irish budget airline Ryanair must pay 8.1 million euros (NZ$13 million) in damages along with 200,000 euros in fines for breaching French labour law.
Stephen Gough has spent more than seven years in total behind bars after repeatedly being arrested while rambling the highways and byways of Britain in the nude.
Dutch investigators will ask Russia for evidence including that of Ukrainian jet fighter activity which Moscow points to as the cause of the fatal MH17 air crash, prosecutors say.
Drones are now taking off in New Zealand and we can expect to see a lot more in our skies.
There are concerns about the British Prime Minister's security after a jogger was nearly able to knock David Cameron over in the street.
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