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Full Coverage: Saddam's Officials Found In NZ

Editorial: Rule Of Law Loses As Swain Buckles Under Peters Pressure

Immigration Minister Paul Swain ...This doesn't mean that I'm necessarily defending the two men now subject to deportation. But I can't help but feel that in the rush to avoid bad publicity, a few things have been missed. Like, say, any investigation of the facts. Is there any evidence that either of these men were actually complicit in crimes against humanity? Or do we just not care about such things anymore? See... No Right Turn: The Winston Veto
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  • Scoop - Googling Amer Mahdi Saleh Khashaly

  • Clerk - Questions Of The Day – No. 4

  • NZ First - NZ Border Security "In Tatters"

  • Green Party - Winston's antics would make Saddam proud

  • Richard McLeod - Allegations of Winston Peters in Parliament
  • PM Backs Decision To Revoke Saddam Official’s Visa - The Prime Minister Helen Clark said today that the Immigration Minister and Labour Department’s decision to revoke the visa of a former Iraqi diplomat was correct. Scoop understands the Iraqi man who has had his visitor’s visa revoked along with his wife has not broken any New Zealand laws. See... PM Backs Decision To Revoke Saddam Official’s Visa

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  • NZ First - Iraqi Case Another Shocking Security Lapse

  • Scoop - A Week Of It: Saddam, Doone & Lynton Crosby

  • NZ First - Saddam Hussein Minister Hiding In NZ?
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