New Zealand Prime Minister John's Key emotional outburst in his parliament earlier this week probably drew little attention from around the world. After all it's not unusual in the parliamentary system for a Member of Parliament to lambast the opposition, and hardly noteworthy from a country not considered a big player in world affairs. However while his rare outburst reportedly surprised his constituents and it's origins lie largely in the divided state of the New Zealand parliament, it also touches on the larger issue of what states should do about ISIS. ...
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — New Zealand plans to send a small number of troops to Iraq to help train local forces in their battle against the Islamic State group....
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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia's foreign ministry says a military official accused of assaulting a woman in New Zealand will be returned there Friday to face trial....
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — New Zealand's exports to China rose 45 percent last year thanks to soaring demand for milk powder, supplanting Australia as New Zealand's top export market for the first time on an annual basis....
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