New Zealand swears in prime minister
WELLINGTON, New Zealand - New Zealand has sworn in its 39th prime minister following the shocking resignation of John Key.
Bill English, a former finance minister and farmer, was sworn in Monday.
English was chosen as the new leader by the conservative National Party caucus after two other candidates for the job withdrew last week.
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