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Lloyd Burr talks about Trump's meeting with Putin on The AM  Show.

Finland trolls Trump ahead of summit

There's even a special edition beer called 'Let's Settle This Like Adults'.

U.S. President Donald Trump and Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May talk as NATO leaders pose for a family photo at the start of the NATO summit in Brussels, Belgium July 11, 2018.   REUTERS/Yves Herman     TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - RC171F900CC0

May: Trump told me to sue EU

She ignored the advice.

Watch: Massey High principal Glen Denham defends teaching kids drug-use safety.

Shocking levels of meth revealed in NZ's wastewater

Auckland's meth levels are worse than European cities.

Donald Trump

Trump claims victory at NATO summit

"We have a very strong NATO, much stronger than it was two days ago."

Donald Trump.

Trump warned to respect allies

"Appreciate your allies. After all, you don't have that many."

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.

Iran may pull out of nuclear deal altogether

Donald Trump pulled the US out of the deal in May.


Europe wrap: Second poisoning near Salisbury

Europe correspondent Lloyd Burr spoke to The AM Show about it.

A baby.

British woman suspected of murdering 8 babies

The healthcare worker is also suspected of attempting to murder six other babies.

The wolves began to take over in 2016, with researchers at the time estimating at least 300 wolves lived in the exclusion zone.

Chernobyl wolves could spread mutant genes

Scientists have tracked a young wolf that has left far beyond the radioactive zone.

Angela Ponce is the first transgender woman to win the crown in Spain.

Trans woman crowned Miss Universe Spain

Her victory coincides with LGBT Pride month.

Nigel Farage on Newshub Nation.

UK 'stabbed NZ in the back' - Nigel Farage

"We stabbed you in the back because we signed up for the globalist order, he told Newshub Nation.

The issue of migration has surged up the European political agenda in recent years.

Few migrants survive latest sinking

More than 100 migrants are feared to have drowned.

Pictured - Wildfires on the moors.

British Army called in to fight wildfire

It has been burning for three days.

What it's like for a Kiwi going for a drive through old Zeeland.

A Kiwi road trip through old Zeeland

Driving through the Dutch province New Zealand takes its name from.

"I was hoping a little more effort would have gone into my eggs on toast breakfast," the user wrote.

Is this the worst $11 breakfast ever?

"I was hoping a little more effort would have gone into [it]."

The pair had announced their engagement in September last year, after going public with their relationship a year before.

Game of Thrones co-stars Kit Harrington and Rose Leslie marry

Luckily it wasn't anything like the Red Wedding.


Two years on from Brexit and it's a complete shambles

Britain still doesn't know what Brexit means, what it will look like and what impact it'll have, writes Lloyd Burr.

Participants hold a giant rainbow flag during the Prague Pride Parade in 2016.

Iron curtain set to fall on gay marriage

The Czech Republic could be the first ex-communist country to legalise same-sex marriage.


Newspaper publishes every refugee who died trying to reach Europe

The Guardian's list contains 34,361 people.

Refugees flee Ghouta.

European leaders to meet on migration

Countries are bitterly divided on how to handle migrants fleeing their home countries.