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Yemen scandal no doubt reaches beyond Air NZ

Other Kiwi technology almost certainly used in wars causing misery and devastation.

Dita De Boni Wed, 10 Feb 2021

In a world awash with civilian crises, the extent of suffering in Yemen, the world’s poorest nation, surpasses all else, according to the United Nations and just about any other agency that has got anywhere near close to the carnage in that country since its latest civil war broke out in

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