New Zealand slams Australia for stripping IS detainee of citizenship

‘Tired of Australia exporting its problems’: Ardern denounces Morrison over detainee in Turkey

Ms Ardern accused Australia of "exporting its problems" to New Zealand and said "if the shoe were on the other foot we would take responsibility".

She is also a citizen of Australia and has not lived in New Zealand since she was six years old, but the Australian government revoked her citizenship, according to New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.

"Three New Zealand nationals trying to enter our country illegally from Syria were caught by our border guards in Hatay's Reyhanlı district", Turkey's Ministry of Defense tweeted, adding that among those caught was a woman named S.A. who is a wanted alleged IS terrorist.

Ms Ardern's Facebook post has been shared thousands of times while hundreds have commented across her social media pages. The woman was previously a citizen of both Australia and New Zealand. "That's my job", said Morrison, according to Reuters.

Ms Ardern accused Prime Minister Scott Morrison of "abdicating responsibility".

As a normal part of the justice process, as would be the case for any other crime, the woman in this case should go through a rehabilitation and deradicalisation process to ensure that she is able to be a good parent to her children.

"I never believed that the right response was simply a race to revoke citizenship, that is not the right thing to do".

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The New Zealand Prime Minister was handed the lost bunny by airport staff when she was in Hamilton for a series of meetings in the hope her high profile might assist in reuniting the toy with its owner.

She said on Thursday that providing free period products was one way the government could address poverty, increase school attendance, and "make a positive impact on children's wellbeing".

"We are working through those issues in the spirit of our relationship". "I ask of Australia that they do the same".

"The legislation that was passed through our Parliament automatically cancels the citizenship of a dual citizen where they've been engaged in terrorist activities of this nature". The two were due to speak again on the matter Tuesday evening.

"We do not want to see terrorists who fought with terrorism organisations enjoying privileges of citizenship, which I think they forfeit the second they engage as an enemy of our country", he said during a press conference in Canberra.

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