World

This category covers major global events and international relations relevant to New Zealand, as well as the country’s involvement in world affairs and diplomacy.

Investigators probe CCTV to determine how father, daughter died after pram rolled onto Sydney tracks

Investigators probe CCTV to determine how father, daughter died after pram rolled onto Sydney tracks

By Nick Dole, ABC Investigators are studying CCTV vision from Carlton train station to determine how a pram carrying twin…
US President Joe Biden: Age and optics just too hard to fight

US President Joe Biden: Age and optics just too hard to fight

Analysis – US President Joe Biden, who channelled perseverance and grit into a 50-year run in American politics, finally met…
Six people came to Bangkok to resolve a business dispute. It ended in murder-suicide by cyanide

Six people came to Bangkok to resolve a business dispute. It ended in murder-suicide by cyanide

By South-East Asia correspondent Lauren Day in Bangkok, ABC When a waiter delivered food and tea to Sherine Chong’s hotel…
Bangladesh top court scraps most job quotas that triggered deadly protests

Bangladesh top court scraps most job quotas that triggered deadly protests

By Sam Jahan and Sudipto Ganguly, Reuters Bangladesh’s Supreme Court on Sunday scrapped most of the quotas on government jobs…
Man and child dead after pram falls on train tracks in Sydney’s south

Man and child dead after pram falls on train tracks in Sydney’s south

By Millie Roberts, ABC A man and child have died after a pram rolled onto train tracks in Sydney’s south.…
Israeli jets strike Houthi targets in Yemen after Tel Aviv attack

Israeli jets strike Houthi targets in Yemen after Tel Aviv attack

By Ari Rabinovitch and Enas Alashray, Reuters Three people have been killed and 87 wounded in Israeli air strikes on…
AR-15 style rifles rose to iconic status in US via marketing, militarisation

AR-15 style rifles rose to iconic status in US via marketing, militarisation

Conservative politicians pose with AR-style rifles for Christmas card portraits. Churches in deep red states give them away at raffles.…
Ghislaine Maxwell case: What it was like covering the ‘trial of a generation’

Ghislaine Maxwell case: What it was like covering the ‘trial of a generation’

Journalist Lucia Osborne-Crowley witnessed some “very, very strange behaviour” while covering the trial of sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell. In The…
Journalist told to pay damages for mocking Italian PM’s height

Journalist told to pay damages for mocking Italian PM’s height

An Italian journalist has been ordered to pay Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni damages of more than NZD $9000 over social…
Former Ukrainian MP who wanted to ‘punch every Russian-speaking person’ shot dead

Former Ukrainian MP who wanted to ‘punch every Russian-speaking person’ shot dead

A gunman on Friday shot and killed a nationalist former member of Ukraine’s parliament known for vociferous campaigns to defend…
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