Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton faces off Libya critics
Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton faces off Libya critics

  Hillary Clinton. Photo / AP Hillary Clinton stood her ground through a gruelling 11 hours of questioning over the 2012 Benghazi att...

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US  Authorities seize illegal lethal injection drugs
US Authorities seize illegal lethal injection drugs

  Authorities seized orders of sodium thiopental. Photo / Getty Federal authorities in the United States have confiscated s...

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Joe Biden won't run as US President, a boost for Hillary Clinton
Joe Biden won't run as US President, a boost for Hillary Clinton

  U.S. Vice President Joe Biden announces that he will not seek the presidency during a statement with U.S. President Barack Obama in th...

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 Fatal shooting at Florida Zombie-themed festival
Fatal shooting at Florida Zombie-themed festival

  The suspect is still believed to be at large. Photo / Supplied One person is dead and at least four others are wounded after a shoo...

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Charity Oxfam NZ ready to assist Philippines
Charity Oxfam NZ ready to assist Philippines

Charity Oxfam NZ is ready to send "rapid assessment teams" to storm battered regions of the Philippines if international help is ...

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 Royals especially Prince William take two paths over China
Royals especially Prince William take two paths over China

Prince William will pull off a major coup tomorrow when he records a television programme to be seen by 100 million Chinese people. Th...

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 Leaked memo shows Tony Blair supported sending troops to Iraq one year before action
Leaked memo shows Tony Blair supported sending troops to Iraq one year before action

  George W Bush drives Tony Blair at his ranch in 2002. Photo / Getty Images Former Prime Minister Tony Blair supported military opera...

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South Africa, Horn of Africa a way out of poverty
South Africa, Horn of Africa a way out of poverty

Poachers who are seen in the West as a threat to wildlife regarded as Robin Hoods in their own communities. The rhinoceros is one of th...

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 Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman hurt as he evades capture
Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman hurt as he evades capture

The fugitive drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was wounded during a failed operation to recapture him in northwestern Mexico...

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Dissection display not your normal day at the zoo with the kids
Dissection display not your normal day at the zoo with the kids

  The smell seems to be the hardest thing to take for the children at Odense Zoo. Photo / AP My 3-year-old daughter is transfixed by a...

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Thousands flee as powerful Typhoon Koppu tears through the Philippines
Thousands flee as powerful Typhoon Koppu tears through the Philippines

  A mother shelters with her son from the wind and rain brought on by Typhoon Koppu. Photo / Getty Powerful Typhoon Kopp...

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Tony Blair committed to Iraq War a year before invasion, secret memos reveal
Tony Blair committed to Iraq War a year before invasion, secret memos reveal

  Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair pledged his support for the US invasion of Iraq. Photo / NZPA Former British prime minister...

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Kangaroo escapes, hops through New York
Kangaroo escapes, hops through New York

  Buster the kangaroo hopping through a Staten Island carpark. Picture / Youtube A pet kangaroo named Buster caused a brief stir on Sa...

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 Police farewell 'gentle' colleague
Police farewell 'gentle' colleague

  A funeral procession for Curtis Cheng, who was gunned down in front of police headquarters in Parramatta. Photo / AAP More than 1500...

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 Knife attacks met with deadly Israeli fire
Knife attacks met with deadly Israeli fire

  The body of a Palestinian man covered at the site of a stabbing in Jerusalem, Israel. Photo / Getty Images Israeli police and a civi...

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Supported by Russia, Syrian regime forces edges towards rebels
Supported by Russia, Syrian regime forces edges towards rebels

  Syrian regime soldiers walk down a road in eastern Aleppo. Photo / Getty Images Syrian regime forces have edged forward in the nort...

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 Robot probe to the moon planned in five years
Robot probe to the moon planned in five years

A mission to land a robot probe on an unexplored part of the moon is expected to be approved by the European Space Agency (ESA) next year,...

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 Big Ben clock could grind to a halt
Big Ben clock could grind to a halt

  The clock face of Big Ben. Photo / Getty Images Big Ben, the British Parliament's iconic clock, is so dilapidated it could grin...

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Man in Thailand texts wife to break up after lotto win
Man in Thailand texts wife to break up after lotto win

  The couple won NZ$1.24 million in the lottery. Photo / Getty Images A Thai woman is suing the father of her son for child support a...

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German mayoral candidate of Cologne stabbed while campaigning
German mayoral candidate of Cologne stabbed while campaigning

  Candidate Henriette Reker. Photo / Facebook A candidate to be mayor of Cologne was wounded in a stabbing as she campaigned on Satur...

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Police says parents whipped son in church until he died
Police says parents whipped son in church until he died

  Deborah Leonard, left, and Bruce Leonard, right, sit next to their attorneys during a hearing. Photo / AP A mother and father whipp...

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Accused pays $50m bail in United Nations bribery case
Accused pays $50m bail in United Nations bribery case

  Defendant Ng Lap Seng is seated in court at the defense table with his attorney during his arraignment on bribery charges in New York....

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 Aussie government to legalise growing of medical cannabis
Aussie government to legalise growing of medical cannabis

  The government says legalisation of recreational use is not on the table. Picture / Getty Images The Australian federal government ...

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 US: Woman, 2 teens charged in love triangle slaying
US: Woman, 2 teens charged in love triangle slaying

  Ann Marie Anastasi and Gabriel Ezekiel Struss. Photo / AP Police say a woman and her husband became romantically involved ...

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Jury says Apple owes $234m in damages
Jury says Apple owes $234m in damages

  Apple plans to appeal the decision. Photo / AP A US jury has declared that Apple owes $US234 million in damages for infringing on ...

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Fossils give scientists plenty to chew over
Fossils give scientists plenty to chew over

  Scientists say 80,000-year-old teeth found in China are undoubtedly from humans. Photo / AP A set of 47 human teeth found in China ...

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European Union leaders to boost border strength
European Union leaders to boost border strength

  Turkey reluctant to contain refugees despite offers of financial support and easing of visa restrictions   President of the European Co...

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 Internet social media images inflame Palestinians and Israelis
Internet social media images inflame Palestinians and Israelis

  As Palestinians clashed with Israeli troops, their leaders slugged it out through the media. Photo / AP The fate of a Palestinian b...

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 Canadian election too close to call
Canadian election too close to call

  Conservative leader Stephen Harper. Photo: Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press via AP Canadians go to the polls on Tuesday with the ...

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