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WELLINGTON, New Zealand — A former New Zealand soldier who co-founded a charity to assist struggling veterans has been killed in Ukraine, authorities mentioned Thursday.

Ukrainian authorities confirmed the demise of Kane Te Tai and the New Zealand embassy in Poland was looking for out extra particulars, New Zealand’s Ministry of International Affairs and Commerce mentioned in a press release.

Te Tai in 2017 helped register the No Duff Charitable Belief to assist veterans in disaster. The belief mentioned in a press release that it was with “immense unhappiness” it was sharing the information that Te Tai — who glided by the code identify Turtle in Ukraine — had been killed in motion.

“With out him, No Duff wouldn’t exist,” the belief mentioned. “Kane had an enormous coronary heart and liked serving to individuals. His loss leaves an enormous gap in lots of lives from right here to Japanese Europe.”

The belief mentioned it was in shut contact with Te Tai’s household to make sure his physique was returned to New Zealand.

The New Yorker journal interviewed Te Tai late final yr close to the frontline village of Pavlivka, the place he was main a crew of international volunteer fighters in opposition to the Russian invasion. He advised the journal that earlier than coming to Ukraine, he’d ended a relationship, stop his job, and bought his home and automotive.

“I really do love these individuals and I like this nation,” Te Tai advised the journal, utilizing the identify Turtle. “I can’t go residence as a result of that is residence now. It actually does really feel that approach.”

New Zealand’s Protection Ministry mentioned Te Tai served as a military soldier from 2002 till 2009. He had served in Afghanistan and was awarded the Common Service Medal, the Operational Service Medal and the Protection Service Medal with the clasp “Common.”

Te Tai was aged 38 and had a 12-year-old daughter, based on The New Zealand Herald.

Te Tai’s mom Ngaire Te Tai mentioned she’d tried to cease her son going to Ukraine.

“However he’s a grown man and there’s nothing I may have executed,” she advised the newspaper earlier this week, earlier than her son’s demise had been confirmed. “His complete household tried to influence him to not go. He’s a really complicated fella, my son, however he’s at all times been very group spirited.”

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand — A former New Zealand soldier who co-founded a charity to assist struggling veterans has been killed in Ukraine, authorities mentioned Thursday.

Ukrainian authorities confirmed the demise of Kane Te Tai and the New Zealand embassy in Poland was looking for out extra particulars, New Zealand’s Ministry of International Affairs and Commerce mentioned in a press release.

Te Tai in 2017 helped register the No Duff Charitable Belief to assist veterans in disaster. The belief mentioned in a press release that it was with “immense unhappiness” it was sharing the information that Te Tai — who glided by the code identify Turtle in Ukraine — had been killed in motion.

“With out him, No Duff wouldn’t exist,” the belief mentioned. “Kane had an enormous coronary heart and liked serving to individuals. His loss leaves an enormous gap in lots of lives from right here to Japanese Europe.”

The belief mentioned it was in shut contact with Te Tai’s household to make sure his physique was returned to New Zealand.

The New Yorker journal interviewed Te Tai late final yr close to the frontline village of Pavlivka, the place he was main a crew of international volunteer fighters in opposition to the Russian invasion. He advised the journal that earlier than coming to Ukraine, he’d ended a relationship, stop his job, and bought his home and automotive.

“I really do love these individuals and I like this nation,” Te Tai advised the journal, utilizing the identify Turtle. “I can’t go residence as a result of that is residence now. It actually does really feel that approach.”

New Zealand’s Protection Ministry mentioned Te Tai served as a military soldier from 2002 till 2009. He had served in Afghanistan and was awarded the Common Service Medal, the Operational Service Medal and the Protection Service Medal with the clasp “Common.”

Te Tai was aged 38 and had a 12-year-old daughter, based on The New Zealand Herald.

Te Tai’s mom Ngaire Te Tai mentioned she’d tried to cease her son going to Ukraine.

“However he’s a grown man and there’s nothing I may have executed,” she advised the newspaper earlier this week, earlier than her son’s demise had been confirmed. “His complete household tried to influence him to not go. He’s a really complicated fella, my son, however he’s at all times been very group spirited.”

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand — A former New Zealand soldier who co-founded a charity to assist struggling veterans has been killed in Ukraine, authorities mentioned Thursday.

Ukrainian authorities confirmed the demise of Kane Te Tai and the New Zealand embassy in Poland was looking for out extra particulars, New Zealand’s Ministry of International Affairs and Commerce mentioned in a press release.

Te Tai in 2017 helped register the No Duff Charitable Belief to assist veterans in disaster. The belief mentioned in a press release that it was with “immense unhappiness” it was sharing the information that Te Tai — who glided by the code identify Turtle in Ukraine — had been killed in motion.

“With out him, No Duff wouldn’t exist,” the belief mentioned. “Kane had an enormous coronary heart and liked serving to individuals. His loss leaves an enormous gap in lots of lives from right here to Japanese Europe.”

The belief mentioned it was in shut contact with Te Tai’s household to make sure his physique was returned to New Zealand.

The New Yorker journal interviewed Te Tai late final yr close to the frontline village of Pavlivka, the place he was main a crew of international volunteer fighters in opposition to the Russian invasion. He advised the journal that earlier than coming to Ukraine, he’d ended a relationship, stop his job, and bought his home and automotive.

“I really do love these individuals and I like this nation,” Te Tai advised the journal, utilizing the identify Turtle. “I can’t go residence as a result of that is residence now. It actually does really feel that approach.”

New Zealand’s Protection Ministry mentioned Te Tai served as a military soldier from 2002 till 2009. He had served in Afghanistan and was awarded the Common Service Medal, the Operational Service Medal and the Protection Service Medal with the clasp “Common.”

Te Tai was aged 38 and had a 12-year-old daughter, based on The New Zealand Herald.

Te Tai’s mom Ngaire Te Tai mentioned she’d tried to cease her son going to Ukraine.

“However he’s a grown man and there’s nothing I may have executed,” she advised the newspaper earlier this week, earlier than her son’s demise had been confirmed. “His complete household tried to influence him to not go. He’s a really complicated fella, my son, however he’s at all times been very group spirited.”

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand — A former New Zealand soldier who co-founded a charity to assist struggling veterans has been killed in Ukraine, authorities mentioned Thursday.

Ukrainian authorities confirmed the demise of Kane Te Tai and the New Zealand embassy in Poland was looking for out extra particulars, New Zealand’s Ministry of International Affairs and Commerce mentioned in a press release.

Te Tai in 2017 helped register the No Duff Charitable Belief to assist veterans in disaster. The belief mentioned in a press release that it was with “immense unhappiness” it was sharing the information that Te Tai — who glided by the code identify Turtle in Ukraine — had been killed in motion.

“With out him, No Duff wouldn’t exist,” the belief mentioned. “Kane had an enormous coronary heart and liked serving to individuals. His loss leaves an enormous gap in lots of lives from right here to Japanese Europe.”

The belief mentioned it was in shut contact with Te Tai’s household to make sure his physique was returned to New Zealand.

The New Yorker journal interviewed Te Tai late final yr close to the frontline village of Pavlivka, the place he was main a crew of international volunteer fighters in opposition to the Russian invasion. He advised the journal that earlier than coming to Ukraine, he’d ended a relationship, stop his job, and bought his home and automotive.

“I really do love these individuals and I like this nation,” Te Tai advised the journal, utilizing the identify Turtle. “I can’t go residence as a result of that is residence now. It actually does really feel that approach.”

New Zealand’s Protection Ministry mentioned Te Tai served as a military soldier from 2002 till 2009. He had served in Afghanistan and was awarded the Common Service Medal, the Operational Service Medal and the Protection Service Medal with the clasp “Common.”

Te Tai was aged 38 and had a 12-year-old daughter, based on The New Zealand Herald.

Te Tai’s mom Ngaire Te Tai mentioned she’d tried to cease her son going to Ukraine.

“However he’s a grown man and there’s nothing I may have executed,” she advised the newspaper earlier this week, earlier than her son’s demise had been confirmed. “His complete household tried to influence him to not go. He’s a really complicated fella, my son, however he’s at all times been very group spirited.”

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand — A former New Zealand soldier who co-founded a charity to assist struggling veterans has been killed in Ukraine, authorities mentioned Thursday.

Ukrainian authorities confirmed the demise of Kane Te Tai and the New Zealand embassy in Poland was looking for out extra particulars, New Zealand’s Ministry of International Affairs and Commerce mentioned in a press release.

Te Tai in 2017 helped register the No Duff Charitable Belief to assist veterans in disaster. The belief mentioned in a press release that it was with “immense unhappiness” it was sharing the information that Te Tai — who glided by the code identify Turtle in Ukraine — had been killed in motion.

“With out him, No Duff wouldn’t exist,” the belief mentioned. “Kane had an enormous coronary heart and liked serving to individuals. His loss leaves an enormous gap in lots of lives from right here to Japanese Europe.”

The belief mentioned it was in shut contact with Te Tai’s household to make sure his physique was returned to New Zealand.

The New Yorker journal interviewed Te Tai late final yr close to the frontline village of Pavlivka, the place he was main a crew of international volunteer fighters in opposition to the Russian invasion. He advised the journal that earlier than coming to Ukraine, he’d ended a relationship, stop his job, and bought his home and automotive.

“I really do love these individuals and I like this nation,” Te Tai advised the journal, utilizing the identify Turtle. “I can’t go residence as a result of that is residence now. It actually does really feel that approach.”

New Zealand’s Protection Ministry mentioned Te Tai served as a military soldier from 2002 till 2009. He had served in Afghanistan and was awarded the Common Service Medal, the Operational Service Medal and the Protection Service Medal with the clasp “Common.”

Te Tai was aged 38 and had a 12-year-old daughter, based on The New Zealand Herald.

Te Tai’s mom Ngaire Te Tai mentioned she’d tried to cease her son going to Ukraine.

“However he’s a grown man and there’s nothing I may have executed,” she advised the newspaper earlier this week, earlier than her son’s demise had been confirmed. “His complete household tried to influence him to not go. He’s a really complicated fella, my son, however he’s at all times been very group spirited.”

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand — A former New Zealand soldier who co-founded a charity to assist struggling veterans has been killed in Ukraine, authorities mentioned Thursday.

Ukrainian authorities confirmed the demise of Kane Te Tai and the New Zealand embassy in Poland was looking for out extra particulars, New Zealand’s Ministry of International Affairs and Commerce mentioned in a press release.

Te Tai in 2017 helped register the No Duff Charitable Belief to assist veterans in disaster. The belief mentioned in a press release that it was with “immense unhappiness” it was sharing the information that Te Tai — who glided by the code identify Turtle in Ukraine — had been killed in motion.

“With out him, No Duff wouldn’t exist,” the belief mentioned. “Kane had an enormous coronary heart and liked serving to individuals. His loss leaves an enormous gap in lots of lives from right here to Japanese Europe.”

The belief mentioned it was in shut contact with Te Tai’s household to make sure his physique was returned to New Zealand.

The New Yorker journal interviewed Te Tai late final yr close to the frontline village of Pavlivka, the place he was main a crew of international volunteer fighters in opposition to the Russian invasion. He advised the journal that earlier than coming to Ukraine, he’d ended a relationship, stop his job, and bought his home and automotive.

“I really do love these individuals and I like this nation,” Te Tai advised the journal, utilizing the identify Turtle. “I can’t go residence as a result of that is residence now. It actually does really feel that approach.”

New Zealand’s Protection Ministry mentioned Te Tai served as a military soldier from 2002 till 2009. He had served in Afghanistan and was awarded the Common Service Medal, the Operational Service Medal and the Protection Service Medal with the clasp “Common.”

Te Tai was aged 38 and had a 12-year-old daughter, based on The New Zealand Herald.

Te Tai’s mom Ngaire Te Tai mentioned she’d tried to cease her son going to Ukraine.

“However he’s a grown man and there’s nothing I may have executed,” she advised the newspaper earlier this week, earlier than her son’s demise had been confirmed. “His complete household tried to influence him to not go. He’s a really complicated fella, my son, however he’s at all times been very group spirited.”

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand — A former New Zealand soldier who co-founded a charity to assist struggling veterans has been killed in Ukraine, authorities mentioned Thursday.

Ukrainian authorities confirmed the demise of Kane Te Tai and the New Zealand embassy in Poland was looking for out extra particulars, New Zealand’s Ministry of International Affairs and Commerce mentioned in a press release.

Te Tai in 2017 helped register the No Duff Charitable Belief to assist veterans in disaster. The belief mentioned in a press release that it was with “immense unhappiness” it was sharing the information that Te Tai — who glided by the code identify Turtle in Ukraine — had been killed in motion.

“With out him, No Duff wouldn’t exist,” the belief mentioned. “Kane had an enormous coronary heart and liked serving to individuals. His loss leaves an enormous gap in lots of lives from right here to Japanese Europe.”

The belief mentioned it was in shut contact with Te Tai’s household to make sure his physique was returned to New Zealand.

The New Yorker journal interviewed Te Tai late final yr close to the frontline village of Pavlivka, the place he was main a crew of international volunteer fighters in opposition to the Russian invasion. He advised the journal that earlier than coming to Ukraine, he’d ended a relationship, stop his job, and bought his home and automotive.

“I really do love these individuals and I like this nation,” Te Tai advised the journal, utilizing the identify Turtle. “I can’t go residence as a result of that is residence now. It actually does really feel that approach.”

New Zealand’s Protection Ministry mentioned Te Tai served as a military soldier from 2002 till 2009. He had served in Afghanistan and was awarded the Common Service Medal, the Operational Service Medal and the Protection Service Medal with the clasp “Common.”

Te Tai was aged 38 and had a 12-year-old daughter, based on The New Zealand Herald.

Te Tai’s mom Ngaire Te Tai mentioned she’d tried to cease her son going to Ukraine.

“However he’s a grown man and there’s nothing I may have executed,” she advised the newspaper earlier this week, earlier than her son’s demise had been confirmed. “His complete household tried to influence him to not go. He’s a really complicated fella, my son, however he’s at all times been very group spirited.”

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand — A former New Zealand soldier who co-founded a charity to assist struggling veterans has been killed in Ukraine, authorities mentioned Thursday.

Ukrainian authorities confirmed the demise of Kane Te Tai and the New Zealand embassy in Poland was looking for out extra particulars, New Zealand’s Ministry of International Affairs and Commerce mentioned in a press release.

Te Tai in 2017 helped register the No Duff Charitable Belief to assist veterans in disaster. The belief mentioned in a press release that it was with “immense unhappiness” it was sharing the information that Te Tai — who glided by the code identify Turtle in Ukraine — had been killed in motion.

“With out him, No Duff wouldn’t exist,” the belief mentioned. “Kane had an enormous coronary heart and liked serving to individuals. His loss leaves an enormous gap in lots of lives from right here to Japanese Europe.”

The belief mentioned it was in shut contact with Te Tai’s household to make sure his physique was returned to New Zealand.

The New Yorker journal interviewed Te Tai late final yr close to the frontline village of Pavlivka, the place he was main a crew of international volunteer fighters in opposition to the Russian invasion. He advised the journal that earlier than coming to Ukraine, he’d ended a relationship, stop his job, and bought his home and automotive.

“I really do love these individuals and I like this nation,” Te Tai advised the journal, utilizing the identify Turtle. “I can’t go residence as a result of that is residence now. It actually does really feel that approach.”

New Zealand’s Protection Ministry mentioned Te Tai served as a military soldier from 2002 till 2009. He had served in Afghanistan and was awarded the Common Service Medal, the Operational Service Medal and the Protection Service Medal with the clasp “Common.”

Te Tai was aged 38 and had a 12-year-old daughter, based on The New Zealand Herald.

Te Tai’s mom Ngaire Te Tai mentioned she’d tried to cease her son going to Ukraine.

“However he’s a grown man and there’s nothing I may have executed,” she advised the newspaper earlier this week, earlier than her son’s demise had been confirmed. “His complete household tried to influence him to not go. He’s a really complicated fella, my son, however he’s at all times been very group spirited.”

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