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Civilians who worked with NZDF, plead with Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, to help them escape the Taliban. Video / Supplied
Discovery of second missile base comes weeks after a silo field was spotted in Yumen.
The vast complex is ringed by 25-feet-tall concrete walls, watchtowers and electric wire.
Opinion: Apec leaders called an unprecedented crisis meeting to discuss Covid recovery.
Britain strengthens security ties with Japan amid alarm over Beijing's territorial claims.
GCSB Minister Andrew Little links Chinese hackers to malicious cyber activity in NZ.
'Of course we're watching them. And they're watching us,' Australia's PM says.
A horrible feeling of deja-vu has descended on South Africa as mob violence escalates.
'We urge [Australia] to stop disrupting China's vaccine cooperation,' Govt spokesman says.
UK socialite has lost her bid to keep her personal financial records sealed.
Samoa's caretaker prime minister and attorney general are filing a recusal application.
Minister addresses issues at the opening of the annual Foreign Policy School at Otago Uni.
Embassy says accusations from lecturers are 'pure hearsay' and 'groundless'.
Samoa's Supreme Court has warned that failure to comply will force it to act.
Sensitive papers included plans for a possible UK military presence in Afghanistan.
Before falling on his sword last night, Matt Hancock lurched from one scandal to another.
Matt Hancock should be sacked for breaking Covid rules, ministers say.
New York Times: Trump-style politicking is proving a hard sell in the pandemic era.
Biden announces 300 million vaccines have been administered in the 150 days.
Russia-US summit wraps up sooner than expected, but leaders say it was constructive.
North Korea's food situation "is now getting tense", Kim says at major political summit.
OPINION: A new study shows Kiwis' sentiment towards China deteriorated sharply in 2020.