Photo essay: A day for prayer
Last week, the call to Friday prayers marked the start of a tragedy - this week, it was broadcast across NZ.
When terror is co-opted for political gain
Winston Peters travels to Turkey to ‘set the record straight’, but Turkey’s actions aren’t surprising.
Still vital: NATO at 70
One of the greatest challenges NATO faces in its anniversary year comes from its historic leader, the US, writes Professor Roberto Rabel.
Trump to seek US$8.6B for border wall
President Donald Trump will seek US$8.6 billion in his new budget to build the US-Mexico border wall.
HIV medication advances
Monthly shots of HIV drugs worked have worked as well as daily pills to control the virus in two large international tests.
Bring ‘Kiwi jihadi’ back to face justice
Dr Chris Wilson explains why Mark Taylor should be forcibly returned to NZ to face prosecution under the Terrorism Suppression Act.
China mulls tech law change to please US
In an unusual step, China’s ceremonial legislature is due to endorse a law meant to help end a bruising tariff war with Washington.
Why experts believe Huawei fears likely overblown
US claims that any nation deploying Huawei gear in its wireless networks is giving China a conduit for espionage are likely exaggerated, experts say.