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FBI suspects Donald Trump associates coordinated with Russia to damage Hillary Clinton's campaign - report

Information obtained by the FBI indicates that associates of US President Donald Trump coordinated with suspected Russian operatives to damage Hillary Clinton's election campaign last year, CNN says.

Donald Trump says he feels vindicated by reports of 'incidental' tap

US President Donald Trump says he feels vindicated in his claims that he was wiretapped by his predecessor - Barack Obama - after it emerged some of his communications did make their way into intelligence reports.

Move to have Katherine Mansfield's bones returned to NZ blocked by English relative

The eldest relative of Katherine Mansfield has blocked a move backed by Wellington Mayor Justin Lester to have the author's remains exhumed from her burial site in France.

Religious TV channel in Senegal accidentally airs porn

An Islamic television station in Senegal has condemned an unidentified saboteur for hacking the network to air pornography just after lunchtime, calling the act a "satanic trick".

How your bad shopping choices affect my loved ones in Bangladesh

You may not know it, but the people of Bangladesh are hanging in your closet, folded in your cabinets, and joining you at work meetings and Friday happy hours. Perhaps you didn't know you invited them, but you did when you made a choice to buy that shirt or trousers. 

In photos: UK Parliament attack

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Suspected drug mule dies on flight to Sydney

A suspected drug mule has died on an inbound flight to Sydney from the United States.

London terror attacks 'feel personal' to many Kiwis

OPINION: It felt personal waking in the wee hours of the morning to the horror of a terror attack in London.

UK Parliament attack: Video shows terrorist's car hurtling over Westminster bridge

Cameras captured the beginning of the latest terror attack in the UK, showing an assailant's car speeding over London's Westminster Bridge toward people. 

South Korean ferry that sank 3 years ago lifted from sea

Nearly three years after it capsized and sank into the violent seas off South Korea's southwestern coast, workers slowly pulled up the 6,800-ton ferry Sewol from the water on Thursday, an emotional moment for a country that continues to search for closure to one of its deadliest disasters ever.

Koch network spending millions to stop US health care bill

The conservative Koch network is promising to spend millions of dollars to defeat the health care overhaul backed by US President Donald Trump and top House Republicans.

Donald Trump's son attacks London mayor, misquotes him

The recipe for politicians after foreign terrorist attacks is usually rather simple: send your thoughts, prayers, and maybe a phone call.

UK Parliament Attack: In London, you forget about the terror threat - until now

At lunchtime, when the sun is out, I often take a walk from my office on the south side of the Thames across Lambeth Bridge to parliament.

Live: London terror attack

While Londoners sleep, police work through the night to piece together how the attack happened.

UK Parliament Attack: World shows solidarity with London after terror attack

After London's worst terror attack in more than a decade, the world is showing solidarity with London.

UK Parliament attack: Slain British police officer was Keith Palmer, 48

The British police officer who died in the London terror attack this morning has been identified as Keith Palmer, a 48-year-old police constable.

UK Parliament attack: Inside the UK Parliament buildings as terror struck

Fairfax Media Australia journalist Latika Bourke was inside the UK Parliament buildings when the London terror attack struck.

UK Parliament attack: The woman in the river

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UK Parliament attack: British MP tries to save stabbed police officer

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UK Parliament attack: Photographer captures dramatic end to London terror attack

GRAPHIC WARNING: Minutes after he fatally stabbed a police officer, the knifeman was on the ground.

UK Parliament attack: The attack London knew was coming

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UK Parliament attack: Londoners unite #WeAreNotAfraid

Londoners reeling from the terror attack that killed five near the UK Parliament are vowing it will not break them.

UK Parliament attack: 'Flying people like a football' - eyewitness

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UK Parliament attack: At least five dead, dozens hurt in 'depraved' terror attack

GRAPHIC WARNING: The story below contains images that could upset some readers. London's worst terror attack in more than a decade has left at least five people dead, including the assailant and the police officer he stabbed. At least 40 people have been injured.

London terror attack: Londoners unite #WeAreNotAfraid

Londoners reeling from the terror attack that killed five near the UK Parliament are vowing it will not break them.

London terror attack: The woman in the river

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London terror attack eyewitness accounts - 'flying people like a football'

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UK MP tries to save stabbed police officer in Westminster attack

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Westminster: Slain police officer was Keith Palmer, 48

The police officer who died in the London terror attack this morning has been identified as Keith Palmer, a 48-year-old police constable.

London terror attack: Video shows terrorist's car hurtling over Westminster bridge

Cameras captured the beginning of the latest terror attack in the UK, showing an assailant's car speeding over London's Westminster Bridge toward people. 

London terror attack: Inside the UK Parliament buildings as terror struck

Fairfax Media Australia journalist Latika Bourke was inside the UK Parliament buildings when the London terror attack struck.

Photographer captures dramatic end to London terror attack at Westminster

GRAPHIC WARNING: Minutes after he fatally stabbed a police officer, the knifeman was on the ground.

London terror attack: Terrorism the city feared was coming

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Live: London terror attack

"Terror in the heart of London," says the Independent. "We are not afraid," say Londoners, as Britain reels from a terror attack that killed four and injured many others.

GPS device to prevent false Everest claims by climbers

Nepal will provide GPS tracking devices to some mountaineers who attempt to scale Mount Everest this year to prevent them from making false summit claims and to track climbers in distress, an official said on Monday.

Police: White murder suspect went to New York to attack blacks

An American white man from Baltimore bent on making a racist attack took a bus to New York City, randomly picked out a black man who was collecting bottles on the street and fatally wounded him with a sword, police said Wednesday .

Chaos, theft loom at world's airports following electronic device ban

When I was passing through Dubai International Airport a few years ago a British-accented doctor travelling on the same flight became involved in a loud and volatile argument with a security official who insisted on inspecting his medical bag.

London attack is latest in which vehicles are used as weapon

When an attacker ploughed a vehicle into pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge on Wednesday, it was the latest in a string of incidents in which drivers used their vehicles as weapons.

Tone-deaf US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson isn't doing his job

OPINION: We have heard the excuses over and over on US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's behalf. He's new at this. He's getting his feet wet. He's not used to press scrutiny. Frankly, neither he nor his defenders are helping his cause at this point.

UK Parliament attack: Pedestrians flee, then three apparent gunshots ring out

Footage shows pedestrians running in fear as the central London attack unfolds. Then three sharp reports that sound like gunfire ring out.

Overnight update: London attack and North Korea warned

What news did you miss overnight? Check out Stuff's morning update video to catch up on the main headlines. 

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort had plan to benefit Putin government

President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, secretly worked for a Russian billionaire to advance the interests of Russian President Vladimir Putin a decade ago and proposed an ambitious political strategy to undermine anti-Russian opposition across former Soviet republics, The ...

In Photos: UK Parliament attack

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UK Parliament attack: Police officer stabbed, two dead as pedestrians struck in 'terror incident'

The British Parliament is in lockdown, two people are dead, a policeman has been stabbed and his attacker shot by officers after a major terrorist incident near London's Houses of Parliament in Westminster

Live: London terror attack

Follow live updates of the terror incident near the UK's Houses of Parliament in London.

UK Parliament attack: Other recent attacks on Britain

Britain has been targeted anew by what authorities are calling a terrorist incident. A look at other attacks on the country in recent years:

Photogallery: UK Parliament attack

An attacker stabbed a police officer at Britain's Parliament before being shot by police, while a vehicle ran over pedestrians on nearby Westminster Bridge at around the same time. Two people have been killed, others injured.

Sinking risk for Los Angeles if 'The Big One' hits

The Big One may be overdue to hit California but scientists near Los Angeles have found a new risk for the area during a major earthquake: abrupt sinking of land, potentially below sea level.

US, Seoul vow to punish Kim Jong Un, North Korea after failed missile test

South Korea and US officials vowed "strong punitive steps" against Kim Jong Un's regime if it continued provocations after North Korea appeared to conduct a failed missile test on Wednesday.

UK follows Trump, bans devices in air

Britain has introduced restrictions on carry-on electronic goods on direct inbound flights from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia for the safety of the public, a spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May says.