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Preparations for the New Zealand service in Gallipoli have accidentally revealed an almost 100-year-old secret.
Turkey condemns Russian President Vladimir Putin for referring to genocide during commemorations of the 1915 mass killings of Armenians during World War I.
New Zealand has joined actress Angelina Jolie in urging the UN Security Council to do more to tackle the crisis in Syria.
Yemen's influential former president urges his rebel allies to withdraw from territory so Saudi-led air strikes can end and reconciliation begin.
The last major battle that took place in Gallipoli was at a place called Hill 60 and saw the loss of many men.
3 News correspondent Mike McRoberts, in Eceabat, Turkey, this morning told TV3's Paul Henry programme the town was "pumping".
Nearly three-quarters of the Kiwis who died at Gallipoli have no known grave, but the Turkish have cared for our dead for the past 100 years.
A hi-tech camera-mounted backpack is making Gallipoli a step more accessible this Anzac Day.
The children of a New Zealand citizen killed by Islamic State in Iraq are struggling to adjust to life without their father.
New Zealand is playing a leading role in UN Security Council attempts to revive peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians.
The Defence Minister says Kiwis looking to fight against Islamic State should leave the country's contribution to the New Zealand Defence Force.
The Turkish government is trying to push Mustafa Kemal Ataturk off his pedestal in a bid to rewrite history for political purposes, a Turkish academic says.
The end of World War I saw the death of the Ottoman Empire and the birth of Turkey – and it wasn't just Turkish soldiers the Anzacs faced in Gallipoli.
The main body of the New Zealand contingent of troops bound for a training mission in Iraq has left for Australia.
This is my first time in Gallipoli, and it is an absolute privilege to be here.
Turkish locals are invading Gallipoli ahead of Anzac Day before the peninsula is closed off to the public.
Karolina Dam was scrolling through her Facebook feed when she saw one small post announcing the death of her son.
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