16 Further acts outside New Zealand to which terrorist bombing applies

Proceedings may also be brought in a New Zealand court for terrorist bombing if the acts alleged to constitute the offence occurred wholly outside New Zealand, but were done—

(a)

against a New Zealand citizen; or

(b)

against a State or government facility of New Zealand abroad (for example, a New Zealand embassy, or other New Zealand diplomatic or consular premises); or

(c)

in an attempt to compel the Government of New Zealand to do or abstain from doing any act.