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TV1 6pm News

1. RWANDA KILLING - A husband breaks his silence. The husband of a woman killed in Rwanda speaks for the first time of his feelings in an interview with 60 Minutes. He says they now how is wife was killed, but still not why.

2. MURDER - Police here have launched a murder inquiry after a man was found dead in the Tararuas. He had been shot, he has been missing for some time.

3. SCHIER CASE - Emotional scene as Patricia Schier and her family were deported after a long battle to stay. She was farewelled by supporters. A Russian seaman was also deported on the same flight, he left behind a wife and daughter.

4. KOSOVO - First of Russian paratroopers arrive to work along with Nato forces. Gypsies are being persecuted by Albanians who say they collaborated with Serbians. More Kosovo refugees have arrived in Auckland to a mid-winter celebration.

5. REFUGEES - Refugees from Eastern Europe in World War two are celebrating fifty years in New Zealand.

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