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German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock had to cancel her planned trip to Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji due to issues with her government plane. The 23-year-old Airbus A340-300 experienced repeated wing flap problems, forcing it to make emergency landings in Abu Dhabi twice within two days.

Baerbock expressed her frustration on social media, highlighting the unreliability of Germany’s government planes despite the country’s reputation for efficiency.

This is not the first time such problems have arisen; in 2018, the same Airbus plane caused then Chancellor Angela Merkel to miss a G20 summit due to technical faults.

Germany’s Luftwaffe Air Force announced the early retirement of the problematic plane, replacing it and another A340-300 with recently acquired A350 planes for top government officials.

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The leader of Radio New Zealand has apologised for airing “pro-Kremlin garbage.”

A journalist has been placed on leave after it was revealed that many web pieces regarding the Ukrainian war had been changed to benefit Russia.

Since personnel were notified on Friday, roughly 250 stories have been forensically investigated, according to CEO Paul Thompson.

Sixteen articles have been edited, with hundreds more to be reviewed.

“It’s quite frustrating. I’m devastated. It’s excruciating. “It’s shocking,” he said on RNZ’s Nine to Noon. “We need to figure out how this happened.”

Mr Thompson indicated that the organization’s editing practises will be subjected to an external examination.

The journalist in issue claims to have spent years editing news agency text for the RNZ website.

According to a statement by the state-owned RNZ, the 16 pieces had been reprinted with corrections and editor’s comments when flaws were discovered.

Mr Thompson apologised to the audience, readers, workers, and the Ukrainian community.

“It’s very disappointing that this pro-Kremlin garbage has ended up in our stories,” Mr Thompson said on Nine to Noon. “It’s inexcusable.”

The edited articles claimed that Russia unlawfully acquired Crimea following a vote, while Ukraine and the international community do not acknowledge Russia’s possession of Ukraine’s southern peninsula.

The United Nations has endorsed a resolution highlighting the referendum’s illegitimacy.

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New Zealand has revoked the law that criminalises the medical process of abortion, respecting the demand made by the women community of the country.

That means the medical process of abortion is no longer a crime in the country of New Zealand.

With an astounding support of 68 votes against 51 votes, the New Zealand parliament has passed the law seeks the abolition of the law prohibits abortion.

What the parliament has materialised with the passage of the law is the longstanding demand of the women community of the progressive country of New Zealand.

The passage of the progressive law is the victory of New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Arden, who is the representative of the progressive community of the developed country of New Zealand.

The latest development in the country of New Zealand is expected to attain an enormous global attention.

It is hoped that the progressive action made by New Zealand will encourage many countries like this country to follow this progressive precedent.

Abortion is a serious political as well as a social issue. It has many facets to address from its political side to its social side.

It is yet to see how the people of the country react to the intuitive taken to do away with the law which has been active since the year 1977.

Earlier, it was suggested that a referendum needed to be done to know the opinion of the people of country in the matter of abortion. Later, for some reasons known only to the elites of the New Zealand administration, that proposal was cancelled.

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Jacinda Arder (38), the Prime Minister of New Zealand gets engaged to Clarke Gayford (41), her long time partner. Her spokesman, on Friday said that the couple got engaged after a proposal over the Easter holidays.

Clarke Gayford is the host of a TV fishing show. The couple have a ten-month-old daughter named Neve Te Aroha. The pregnancy of Arder was announced in early 2018, and it was considered as a motivation symbol of progress for women in leadership roles.

The couple were widely congratulated on social media after the news of their engagement was out. New Zealand National Party leader Simon Bridges wrote, “Natalie and I extend our congratulations to the PM and Clarke on their engagement”.

After Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, Ardern is only the second elected leader to give birth while in office. Jacinda Arder was a noted personality in the New Zealand Mosque attack issue, for showing extreme compassion for the victims.

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The Australian government said it may dis continue a far-right group that received a donation from the New Zealand mosque attack’s major suspect. Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said that investigations are going on by the government to find out whether the Identitarian Movement Austria (IBO) belongs to a “terrorist organisation”.

Prosecutors said they got confirmations that the group’s leader, Martin Sellner, received an amount of about €1,500 (£1,290) from Brenton Tarrant, the main suspect of the NZ mosque attacks.

Martin Sellner had agreed about the donation receiving but denied any ties to the suspect. Sebastian Kurz said, “We can now confirm that there was financial support, and so a link, between the New Zealand attacker and the Identitarian Movement in Austria”.

Brenton Tarrant (28), who was dressed in a military-style, camouflage outfit, and carrying an automatic rifle had started randomly shooting people in the Al Noor mosque, during Friday Prayer on 15 March 2019. The attacks had killed 50 people and injured several others.

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As a support for the victims of New Zealand Mosque attacks, the women all over New Zealand are wearing Headscarves on Friday. The idea was put forward by Thaya Ashman, a doctor in Auckland. Latest news reports had reported that a Muslim women in New Zealand is feared to go out since she felt her headscarf would make her a target for terrorism. The movement will be a support for the Muslim community in New Zealand.

Ashman said, “I wanted to say: “I wanted to say: We are with you, we want you to feel at home on your own streets, we love, support and respect you”. The women in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch posted pictures of themselves in headscarves, some with children in headscarves, too, while Christchurch geared up for prayers at a park in front of the Al Noor mosque, where most of the victims were killed last week.

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The New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern also showed her concern towards the victims by wearing a black headscarf when meeting members of the Muslim community after the shootings.

At the Christchurch cemetery, where shooting victims were buried, woman police officer kept guard with a scarf over her head and an automatic weapon in her hands.

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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said that New Zealand is immediately banning the sale of assault rifles and semi-automatic weapons, after the country’s worst-ever attack that killed 50 people in two mosques. PM is all set to tighten the country’s gun laws.

In a news conference on Thursday, Ardern said, “Every semi-automatic weapon used in the terrorist attack on Friday will be banned in this country”. “It’s in the national interest and it’s about safety, to prevent an act of terror from ever happening again in our country”.

She added that “The effect of this will mean that no one will be able to buy these weapons without a permit to procure from the police. I can assure people that there is no point in applying for such a permit”.

She said that the high capacity magazines and devices similar to bump stocks which make rifles fire faster will also be banned.

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While speaking to the media during a Post Cabinet press conference at Parliament in Wellington, on March 18, 2019, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern praised the bravery and courage by worshipers as a lone gunman massacred their friends and family, saying the nation stood with its grieving Muslim community in this “darkest of days”.

The preparations for the first burials were underway for the 50 people killed in the attack. The PM had specially mentioned three worshippers, including one of the first killed in the attack.

She had mentioned about the first man who opened the door of the Al-Noor mosque mosque – Hati Mohemmed Daoud Nabi (71). He “uttered the words ‘Hello brother, welcome’. His final words”, said Ardern.

“Of course he had no idea of the hate that sat behind the door, but his welcome tells us so much – that he was a member of a faith that welcomed all its members, that showed openness, and care”, added the PM in an emotional address to a special meeting of parliament.

About the terrorist Brenton Tarrant, who was arrested by the police, PM said “He will face the full force of the law in New Zealand”.

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After the deadly shooting incident at NewZealand mosques, the Australian police conducted a raid at two homes in New South Wales.

These houses are suspected to be linked to the shootings at Christchurch mosques as New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said her government had agreed in principle to introducing tougher gun laws.

A search warrant was executed on Monday morning by (JCTT) Joint Counter Terrorism Team at a home in the town of Sandy Beach, said the police. Soon after that, a warrant was issued at another home in Lawrence, near Maclean.

The identification of the home’s owners were declined by The Australian Federal Police and NSW Police.

In a joint statement, the agencies said “The primary aim of the activity is to formally obtain material that may assist New Zealand Police in their ongoing investigation”.

They added that the arrested Australian man’s family were assisting the police. It was reported by some Australian media that one among those houses were of the arrested Australian ‘s sister.

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Main accused of New Zealand mosque shootings, was charged with murder. The dreadful murder killed 49, and many are injured. This had prompted the Prime Minister to vow reform of the country’s gun laws.

Brenton Harrison Tarrant (28), an Australian citizen had dreadfully fired at the people at a Mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday and had shared the live video of the mass killing shot with a helmet camera, as per reports. The video had gone viral on social medias.

The video showed a man driving into the mosque in a car, entering the mosque with a gun and shooting randomly at the worshipers inside. The video showed the man repeatedly firing at the victims to ensure their death. Though, the authenticity of the video was not confirmed. It was considered as the ‘Black day of New Zealand’.

Brenton had appeared in a Christchurch District Court on Saturday and was remanded without a plea until his next scheduled appearance in the South Island city’s High Court on April 5.

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