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Five years after IS kidnapped a New Zealand nurse, the Red Cross believes she’s still alive

SBS Sunday, 14 April 2019 ()
International Committee for the Red Cross says New Zealand nurse Louisa Akavi may well be alive, even though she has now been held longer than anyone in the history of the organisation.
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