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OPINION: The prime minister was right to go to Iraq, but saying the trip "vindicates" him was strikingly premature.
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Missing equipment and "terrible" accommodation among issues reported at Iraqi military base visited by John Key.
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Sandstorms, lost passports and potential security leaks made for dramatic Iraqi visit for John Key.
Prime Minister John Key's trip to Iraq gave him an opportunity to experience, first-hand, the conditions faced by Kiwi troops.
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OPINION: Uncomplaining Kiwi troops are working to save lives in a tough Iraqi theatre.
Prime Minister John Key has just ended a drama-filled trip to Iraq visiting Kiwi troops.
Photos from Prime Minister John Key's secret mission to Iraq.
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