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Jacinda Ardern objects to public naming missing Kiwi Red Cross nurse

New Zealand Herald Monday, 15 April 2019 ()
Jacinda Ardern objects to public naming missing Kiwi Red Cross nursePrime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the Government did not want Louisa Akavi's name released today because it still believed that doing so could endanger her life.Akavi, a 62-year-old nurse, was working for the Red Cross when she...
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