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Full Coverage: Ahmed Zaoui Released On Bail

Scoop Full Coverage: Ahmed Zaoui Released On Bail


Peace And Rest On Agenda For Zaoui.

Report: Supreme Court Releases Ahmed Zaoui On Bail

NEWSFLASH: 2 Years Of Imprisonment Ends Today For Ahmed Zaoui - The Supreme Court of New Zealand has authorised the bail release of Algerian MP Ahmed Zaoui from prison detention and into the care of the Dominican Friars. See... Supreme Court Rules Zaoui Be Released On Bail


Free At Last: Welcome To New Zealand Mr Zaoui.

Report: Supreme Court Releases Ahmed Zaoui On Bail

MORE:
- Supreme Court - Zaoui V The AG SC CIV 13/2004 – Bail Decision
- Scoop's Kevin List - National & Act Talk Security Concerns/ Ahmed Zaoui
- Russell Brown - Hard News 10/12/04 - The Liberal Lollyscramble
EARLIER:
- Scoop Images: A Media Scrum At The Supreme Court
- Supreme Court Decision On Zaoui Bail At 4pm
- Zaoui Transfer To Mangere Centre Not Opposed


Freed Algerian Refugee Ahmed Zaoui's Lawyer Deborah Manning
Smiles All Around At The Supreme Court

Report: Supreme Court Releases Ahmed Zaoui On Bail

Media Asked To Respect Ahmed Zaoui's Privacy - Media were presented with a tired and emotional man this morning as Algerian MP, lecturer, and refugee Ahmed Zaoui contemplated the reality of being free on bail in New Zealand. See... Peace And Rest On Agenda For Zaoui


Supreme Court Releases Ahmed Zaoui On Bail

BAIL RELEASE DECISION REACTION:
- ACT - Criticism over Zaoui case directed at PM & National security risk or not?
- Matt Robson - Winston Peters free to live in Zimbabwe or Burma
- Greens - Locke defends Supreme Court decision
- NZ First - PM Should Spend Holidays Sorting Out Zaoui Mess
- Alliance - Decision a Hint of Polish on Tarnished Reputation
- FreeZaoui.org.nz - FreeZaoui.org.nz Welcomes Supreme Court Decision
- HB Friends Of Israel - Zaoui Case Friends Of Israel Govt Must Drop Appeal
- Amnesty - Zaoui Decision: Security Based On Human Rights
- AUSA - Bail for Algerian Affairs Spokesperson


Senior counsel Dr Rodney Harrison marks Ahmed Zaoui’s 44th birthday - the night before his release.

SEE ALSO COMPLETE ZAOUI CASE COVERAGE:Scoop's Ahmed Zaoui Special Feature...


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