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Claire Trevett: PM Jacinda Ardern's 'no comment' on Isis hostage speaks volumes

New Zealand Herald Monday, 15 April 2019 ()
Claire Trevett: PM Jacinda Ardern's 'no comment' on Isis hostage speaks volumesCOMMENT: The lengthy string of "no comments" from Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern left no doubt at all just how strong her displeasure was with the decision of the International Red Cross to reveal the identity of its nurse Louisa...
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