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ERMA says eggs from GM Salmon may have escaped into a stream in Marlborough. While no evidence the eggs escaped there is a risk and concern.

A Human Rights group says Russian troops fired on doctors and nurses at a Hospital in Chechnya.

The number of people dying from AIDs has reached epidemic proportions this year. In Sub-Saharan Africa 2.6 more women are infected with HIV than women. The disease is having

Coroner Frankevich wants imitation pistols banned after an inquest into the shooting of a man brandishing one.

Air New Zealand says it will resume talks with its striking cabin crews next week. An airline spokesman says the Union has given an undertaking not

Australia and the UN will tonight bring back key players to the Under 17s World Cup semi-final. The other two semi-finalists are Ghana and Brazil.

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