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Full Coverage: Black Caps Zimbabwe Cricket Tour

Full Coverage: Black Caps Zimbabwe Cricket Tour

New Zealand Must Not Compromise Values Over Zimbabwe Tour - PM


Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, NZ Cricket's Martin
Snedden, NZ PM Helen Clark.
Scoop Report: Kevin List Reports From Parliament: “For Parliament to legislate in this area really raises a number of very unfortunate precedents. I think that it is important in a democracy that when we try and deal with a problem you don’t end up compromising your own values in seeking to deal with that problem,” the Prime Minister explained today, at her regular Monday post-cabinet press conference. See... PM's Presser: Zimbabwe Cricket Tour Special
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  • Aust/NZ Bilateral: Australia and NZ Link Arms Over Zimbabwe Abuses - Hon. Alexander Downer MP Hon. Phil Goff MP Minister for Foreign Affairs Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Australia New Zealand The continued failure of the Zimbabwean Government to respect democracy and human rights needs to be addressed firmly by the international community. The Australian and New Zealand Foreign Ministers today agreed on a range of measures aimed at increasing international pressure on the Mugabe regime to cease its abhorrent and egregious destruction of its people’s homes, livelihoods and basic human rights. See... Australia/NZ Joint Action On Zimbabwe
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  • Greens - Zimbabwean Residency A Welcome Show Of Compassion

  • Greens - Opponents Misrepresent Zimbabwe Sanction Bill

  • Greens - Greens Want Goff To Deny Visas To Zimbabwe Bankers

  • ACT - What goes around comes around

  • GPJA - Protest Against Zimbabwe Cricket Tour July 16

  • Greens - New law needed to stop cricket tour

  • Nats - National will not support Greens’ Zimbabwe Bill

  • ACT - Politicians should butt out of cricket tour – ACT

  • NZ First - New Zealand First to take up Cricket Briefing

  • United - Greens demonstrate (again) their utter irrelevance
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Should NZ Cricket's Black Caps pack their bags and tour
Zimbabwe?. Zimbabwe: Amnesty International (NZ) Cites Deaths At Harare Settlement As New Zealand continues to debate whether the Black Caps go to Zimbabwe, Amnesty International has cited reports that at least three have died -- including a pregnant woman and a four-year-old child. “Over the last 48 hours, Porta Farm – a settlement of at least 10,000 people -- has been obliterated. People have watched their lives being completely destroyed – and many are now being forcibly removed in trucks by police. At the moment we are not sure where they are being taken,” said spokesperson Kolawole Olaniyan. See... Zimbabwe: Deaths as mass evictions continue

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