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National Radio 9am Bulletin

1. German Nato troops have shot dead two serbs after an exchange of fire in a city in Western Kosovo. British Paratroopers have also shot dead a man in Pristina who opened fire on him.

2. There has been no resolution to the stand off over the Russian occupation of the airport at Kosovo

3. Air New Zealand pilots say they are willing to negotiate after they complete strike action today.

4. The Government's plans to increase penalties for intruders who commit crime in people's homes have come under fire.

5. Tensions are rising in the Solomon Islands.

6. A breakthrough agreement in the Far North has opened the way for a settlement of the Muriwhenua claim.

7. Swiss voters have thrown out Government plans to introduce maternity leave.

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