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New Zealand and Israel End Passport Battle

New Zealand and Israel on Sunday declared the end of a diplomatic dispute that erupted last year when two Israelis, widely believed to be spies, were arrested for using fraudulent means to try obtain New Zealand passports. The two men, Uri Kelman and Eli Cara, were detained in New Zealand in March 2004. Four months later, they pleaded guilty to obtaining passports by using the identity of a person who has cerebral palsy and was unable to speak. They were released and deported in September after serving two months of a six-month sentence. Full Story

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