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Terror suspect challenges NSA mass spying
Terror suspect challenges NSA mass spying

A terror suspect challenging the constitutionality of the US National Security Agency's warrantless surveillance program…

Beehive open for business

Prime Minister John Key has laid out his Government' agenda for the next three years, with housing and the fight against…

NZ forces could train Iraqi troops - Key

PM John Key said New Zealand helping to train Iraqi troops was among the options the Government would consider when ruling…

Keith Locke: Take on extremists with words not war

Keith Locke writes: New Zealanders are right to be concerned about the rise of the Islamic State (Isis), but our best contribution…

War

Kurds fight on but US focus on Iraq

Kurdish forces in the Syrian town of Kobani repulsed a new attempt by Islamic State (Isis) fighters to cut off the border…

One man's war

At the age of 22, Delkhwaz Sheikh Ahmad has become a battle-hardened father of two, fighting against an ever increasing…

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Aussie airports collecting Kiwi data
Aussie airports collecting Kiwi data

Thousands of NZers travelling to Australia could have "biometric data" such as facial recognition data, iris scans and fingerprints…

Two months on, IS airstrikes get a name
Two months on, IS airstrikes get a name

The airstrikes against Islamic State targets have been going for two months, and now they finally have a name. But will…

The trial they tried to keep secret
The trial they tried to keep secret

When police pulled over Erol Incedal's car for what seemed like a routine traffic offence a year ago, it was a key moment…

Turkey defies US to launch airstrikes
Turkey defies US to launch airstrikes

President Barack Obama and military chiefs from more than 20 nations gathered yesterday in a show of strength against Islamic…

Terrorism

Terror website shows lax attitude by NZ
Terror website shows lax attitude by NZ

An international security expert says the terrorist website fiasco shows New Zealand is not checking…

Brian Rudman: Scaremongering to curb freedom further

Displaying your defeated enemy's heads on poles is a time-honoured New Zealand military practice.

Labour: terror law overhaul 'superficially attractive'

Labour will push for select committee scrutiny of any Government proposals to strengthen anti-terror law including more…

NZ director 'horrified' at link to Isis

A suspected Islamic State website shut down by Iceland authorities was registered to a private box in an upmarket Auckland…

Hundreds mourn murdered aid worker
Hundreds mourn murdered aid worker

Hundreds gathered for a memorial service for Alan Henning, the British hostage beheaded by Islamic State…

Pregnant Jihadi brides want out

Two teenagers who became poster girls for the jihad in Syria are now desperate to come home after becoming disillusioned…

Do something, UN envoy pleads

The UN representative for the Syria conflict appealed to the world on Friday to "do something" to prevent the likely massacre…

Flawed weapon in America's war on terror

On the sign outside the entrance to Camp V at the Guantanamo Bay detention centre, the US military prison in Cuba holding…

British police arrest man on possible terrorism links

Police in London have arrested a fifth British man on suspicion of Islamist-linked terrorism, after saying earlier they…

Turkey: Border town to fall to militants
Turkey: Border town to fall to militants

The Islamic State group is about to capture the Syrian border town of Kobani, Turkey's president has…

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