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Current events on Darpan - The Mirror

10 November 2007

Current events on Darpan - The Mirror

The Solicitor-General has chosen not to charge the 12 arrested in the nationwide police raids and yesterday at the Auckland High Court the remaining five including Tame Iti were released on bail. Watch the events unfold on Darpan-The Mirror this week.

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