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Published: 07 Mar 2011 12:53AM (Singapore)
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First wave of SCDF rescuers return from Christchurch
New Zealand High Commissioner to Singapore and SCDF Commissioner welcome home 21 Operation Lionheart officers returning from their rescue and relief mission in quake struck Christchurch, New Zealand. The remaining 34 officers are expected to return on 13 March.
 
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