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US & NATO Discussing Troop Deployment To The Middle East – Episode 677

Greek Deputy Finance Minister orders transfer of public accounts to the National bank of Greece. Greece might be able to skip next months IMF payment. PMI and Durable goods decline. 93 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

Deploying to Iraq: NZ & the nouveau (Facebook) isolationism

OK, so declarations straight up. I agree with our deployment to Iraq. There is a massive humanitarian crisis that has been created by Islamic State, known in the Arab world, and France as  1,626 more words

New Zealand Society

Norman right abour Middle East risks, wrong about solutions

There’s no doubting Russel Norman’s passion about what he believes in and stands against, and there’s no doubting that he means well. But his response to the Ministerial Statement on Iraq… 716 more words

Russel Norman

John Key sums up Statements on Iraq

Ministerial Statements

Iraq— Deployment of Troops

Rt Hon JOHN KEY (Prime Minister):

I take this opportunity to sum up the statements that have been made in the House. 442 more words

John Key

More responses to the Prime Ministerial Statement on Iraq

Ministerial Statement – Deployment of troops to Iraq

Part 9 Gerry Brownlee

Part 10 Annette King

Part 11 Kennedy Graham

Part 12 Ron Mark

Part 13 Christopher Finlayson… 7,973 more words

David Shearer

David Seymour's response to the Prime Ministerial Statement on Iraq

Ministerial Statements

Iraq— Deployment of Troops

DAVID SEYMOUR (Leader—ACT):

On Sunday night I was at a barbeque in my electorate and an 8-year-old girl asked me what the Government is doing in or about the situation in Iraq. 696 more words

Parliament

Peter Dunne's response to the Ministerial Statement on Iraq

Ministerial Statements

Iraq— Deployment of Troops

Hon PETER DUNNE (Leader—United Future):

The activities of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) over the last year have brought a new meaning to that longstanding phrase “man’s inhumanity to man”, because we have seen new levels of barbarism, new levels of violence, and a pervasive stretch of campaign unlike any we have seen in the past. 1,387 more words

Peter Dunne