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National Radio 10 am Bulletin

1. RUSSIA - Chechnya separatists have warned Moscow they face war if troops enter there.

2. EDUCATION - A Huntly Maori immersion school says a report has cleared of it accusations made about how it treated students and allowed them to behave.

3. FREE TRADE - The Government is claiming a major victory in its bid to set up a free trade area.

4. RADIATION - The International Atomic Agency says the nuclear accident in Japan was the most serious since Chernobyl. Authorities are now monitoring the situation.

5. EAST TIMOR - The UN refugee agency is planning to repatriate East Timorese who were forcibly moved to West Timor.

6.PIRATES - There has been a warning about a flood of pirated goods from Asia.

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