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Scoop Images: "That no fighting shall take place"

The World Ceasefire Project has a spectacular way to encourage Disarmament Minister Matt Robson to sign a declaration "that no fighting shall take place" on September 15th 2000, the opening day of the Olympics - and World Peace Day.

For more on The Ceasefire Project and the Auckland launch scheduled for June 7th see the story following and further material in the Politics wire...



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Charlie's Chili Club on the Sydney Harbour Bridge.


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The Chili Club go to the Opera.


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Charlie...


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