Shocked over NZ blacklist


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  • Thursday, 28 Jun 2012

KUALA LUMPUR: Nine women who were barred from entering New Zealand last month were stunned when they were allegedly linked to human trafficking there.

They now want the authorities in that country to clear their name from its blacklist, saying they did not want to go to New Zealand to either live or work there.

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