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Red Cross believes kidnapped Kiwi nurse Louisa Akavi is alive and will be found

New Zealand Herald Monday, 15 April 2019 ()
Red Cross believes kidnapped Kiwi nurse Louisa Akavi is alive and will be foundThe Red Cross has made a worldwide public appeal to find missing New Zealand nurse Louisa Akavi who was captured by the Islamic State in 2013.But a war of words has erupted between the aid agency and the government over the decision...
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