ONE NEWS. 11/01/2004

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As many as 6 Iraqis have been killied and 11 wounded during a violent clash during an unemployment demonstration.
Jim Goffman (Coalition Forces Representative).

The US Supreme Court is to start hearing a challenge to the legality of keeping untried detainees at a prison base in Guantanamo Bay.
Frank Duham (Yaser Hamdi's Lawyer); Lord Brennan (Human Rights Lawyer).

Tons of asbestos and rotting debris is presenting a new danger for Niuean survivors of Cyclone Heta.
Pilena Bestgem (Cyclone Victim); Graham Ferguson (Health Officer); Peter Funaki (Community Leader); John Titmus (Ministry of Civil Defence); Pua (Cyclone Victim).

Ngati Porou have raised thousands of dollars for Niue's cyclone victims as repayment for help given to them by Niue after Cyclone Bola in 1988.
Young Vivian (Niue Premier).

A home for Kenyan aids orphans has taken a battle against neighbouring state schools to Nairobi's courts. Why are HIV positive children being prevented from attending school?
Nicholas Makau (Nyumbani Children's Home Manager); Ababu Namwambai (Lawyer); Salome Muigai (St Mary's Primary School Head Teacher); Sister Teresa (Nyumbani Children's Home).

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Year 2004

Reference number F61399

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image


Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Television

Duration 1:00:00


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