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95bFM: Rob Green On Nuke Supply Group's ChCh Gig

95bFM Audio: Robert Green On Nuke Supply Group Meeting In ChCh

  • 95bFM Audio: 95bFM: Former British Navy commander, and anti-nuclear campaigner, Robert Green discusses how the international body, Nuclear Suppliers Group, is meeting in Christchurch. The NSG is a consensus body that controls the supply of nuclear materials around the world.





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