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Barack Obama says Tehran will have to agree to a 'strong, rigorous verification mechanism' to seal a historic nuclear deal.
The Islamic State group has beheaded two women in Syria on accusations of "sorcery", the first such execution of women in Syria.
Australian and New Zealand-trained Iraqi army soldiers will head to the front line soon to take on Islamic State.
The two New Zealand journalists arrested by Israeli commandos off the Gaza Strip are on their way home, the employer says.
Maori Television believes two staff members in custody in Israel should be out of trouble soon.
The two New Zealand journalists arrested by Israeli commandos off the Gaza Strip are unharmed, according to one of the pair's partners.
Syrian regime forces have reportedly taken back several parts of a neighbourhood in the northeastern city of Hasakeh from the Islamic State.
Maori TV's Native Affairs reporter Ruwani Perera is on board a 'freedom flotilla' seized by Israeli naval commandos.
Iran and major powers have admitted during tense talks that their fast-looming deadline to nail down a historic nuclear deal will be missed.
The Islamic State group has executed more than 3000 people in Syria, including hundreds of civilians, in the year since it declared its self-described "caliphate".
Passengers had to evacuate their cruise ship off the coast of Turkey when it hit an oil tanker on Saturday.
Riot police in Istanbul have used teargas and fired rubber pellets to disperse thousands of participants in the city's Gay Pride march.
The peace process in the Middle East is among the issues New Zealand is highlighting as it prepares to take over the presidency of the United Nations Security Council.
Top diplomats are warning there's "hard work" ahead to seal a nuclear deal with Iran, with France insisting three key conditions to put an atomic bomb out of Tehran's reach still had to be met.
The Islamic State group killed 164 civilians in its offensive on the Kurdish town of Kobane, in what a monitor has called one of the jihadists' "worst massacres" in Syria.
David Draiman says he is quitting Twitter after the negative feedback he got for attacking Palestine with pro-Israel comments.
IS has launched an offensive on the Syrian town of Kobane, killing at least 35 people.
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