Maire Leadbeater: Spying hypocrisy undermines security
Maire Leadbeater: Spying hypocrisy undermines security

The latest Edward Snowden file spying revelations is a grievous abuse of power that should call into question that the GCSB…

Soldier Bergdahl charged with desertion

The Army sergeant who abandoned his post in Afghanistan and was held by the Taliban for five years will be charged with…

Isis publishes US military hit-list

Isis has published a 'kill list' containing the names, photos and addresses of 100 US military members online.

'They machine gunned them all'

With bullets flying, Spanish tourist Josep Lluis Cusido never got a clear look at the men shooting their way through the…


Killer robots could fight our wars

Killer robots sent to fight in wars could save soldiers' lives and ultimately reduce civilian casualties, according to a…

David Shearer: NZ can be catalyst for change in Syria

A few years ago Damascus was a place of calm in a violent region.

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Isis claims attack, Tunisia unites
Isis claims attack, Tunisia unites

The radical Islamic State group claimed responsibility Thursday for the attack on a famed Tunis museum that left 23 people…

Tunisian Massacre
Tunisian Massacre

Isis militants were blamed for a massacre of foreign tourists at Tunisia's national museum, in what was feared to be revenge…

Survivors tell of terror
Survivors tell of terror

Tunisia's President has promised to wage a "merciless war against terrorism" after gunmen killed 21 people, including 17…

Australian among 20 tourists shot dead
Australian among 20 tourists shot dead

A tourist guide has told how he 'stared death in the face' as terrorists opened fire on his clients in an attack which killed…


Most Kiwis reject Govt spying
Most Kiwis reject Govt spying

Kiwis have rejected government surveillance of their own communications - and that of people in other…

Isis used chlorine gas, claim Kurds

Kurdish authorities in Iraq said yesterday that they had evidence that Isis (Islamic State) used chlorine gas as a chemical…

Isis threatens major cities

The IS terror group has vowed to blow up world-famous landmarks such as Big Ben, Eiffel Tower and the White House in an…

Australian teen had plot to attack home

A teenage Melbourne terrorist who reportedly died in a suicide bombing in Iraq had previously been plotting an attack in…

MSL gets money laundering warning
MSL gets money laundering warning

The Financial Markets Authority has issued a formal warning under the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering…

Police sorry for failure to warn families of Isis girls about schoolfriend's flight

Police have apologised to the families of three London girls who flew to Turkey to join Isis (Islamic State) in Syria after…

Isis influence grows as Boko Haram joins

The Nigerian militant group Boko Haram has announced it is joining Isis by apparently releasing an audio statement swearing…

Teens stopped at Sydney airport 'kids not killers'

Two teenage brothers stopped at Sydney airport are "kids not killers" and have been saved from potential death in the Middle…

Nigeria's Boko Haram pledges allegiance to Islamic State

Nigeria's home-grown Boko Haram Islamic extremists have pledged formal allegiance to the Islamic State group in a message…

'Eurabia' fears rise: Myth or reality?
'Eurabia' fears rise: Myth or reality?

The headlines would suggest Europe is under siege: Thousands of Germans march against the continent's…

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Films give refugees a voice
Films give refugees a voice

Ralph Baydoun is a 23-year-old Lebanese videographer based in World Vision's Beirut office and last month we travelled together…

Chris Clarke: Govt aid must match firepower
McCully makes secret trip to Iraq
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Proud men broken by war
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