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'Violation against humanity' - NZ Middle East Business Council chairman Stewart Germann

New Zealand Herald Saturday, 16 March 2019
'Violation against humanity' - NZ Middle East Business Council chairman Stewart GermannThe Chairman of the NZ Middle East Business Council, Stewart Germann, today expressed support for Muslim communities in New Zealand and labelled the Christchurch massacre as a "violation against humanity.""It is impossible for New...
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