Latest news: Thursday 30 March

‘As a nation we owe it to ourselves to find out’: former Defence Minister Wayne Mapp admits he was a source for Hit and Run - The Spinoff

What we know, and don't know, about the SAS raid allegations from Hit and Run - Stuff

NZDF advice will decide if inquiry held, PM says - NZ Herald

Security analyst Paul Buchanan sifts through Hit & Run claims - RNZ

Peter Dunne questioning if NZDF is covering up American soldiers' actions in Afghanistan raid - Stuff

Hit & Run: Inquiry not needed into Afghanistan raid - Defence Minister Wayne Mapp - Newshub

Defence moves to undermine Afghan raid book with map comparison - Stuff

Ex-defence minister urges further investigation into Hit & Run claims - Newstalk ZB

Hold Afghan inquiry to stop rumours: Dunne - MSN News

Acknowledge possible Afghan deaths: Mapp - NZ City

Hit & Run: Former Defence Minister Wayne Mapp calls for further SAS investigation: 'We owe it to ourselves to find out' - NZ Herald

Former defence minister Wayne Mapp says New Zealand should find out the extent of any civilian casualties in 2010, but not necessarily through an inquiry - NZ Newswire

Rosemary McLeod: The drive to humiliate the young - and those who go to war - Stuff

Operation Burnham - Pundit

Hit & Run reply: This is what a military cover-up looks like - Asia Pacific Report

Peter Dunne questioning if NZDF is covering up American soldiers' actions in Afghanistan raid - Stuff

Even Wayne Mapp thinks we need an inquiry - No Right Turn

Hit & Run review – a painstaking and dangerous book challenge - Asia Pacific Report

Could the New Zealand SAS be responsible for war crimes in Afghanistan? - World Peace Organisation