Monthly Archives: January 2015

Samoa's ruling party reconciles after dispute

Samoa's ruling party reconciles after dispute

Samoa’s ruling Human Rights Protection Party has held a meeting to reconcile differences following a public disagreement between the Prime Minister and one of his MPs. Earlier this week, Tu’u’u Anasi’i Leota ignored calls by Tuila’epa Sa’ilele Malielegaoi to resign ...

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Nissan back in Super Bowl after 18 years

Nissan back in Super Bowl after 18 years

For the first time in 18 years, Nissan, the Japanese automaker will have an ad during this year’s Super Bowl. This won’t be just another 30-second spot, either. This ad will be a full minute-and-a-half long. Some other advertisers have ...

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Nigerian mobs stone president's convoy over Boko Haram

Nigerian mobs stone president's convoy over Boko Haram

Angry mobs upset over the handling of militant group Boko Haram on Thursday pelted the motorcade of Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan. The protesters hurled stones at the convoy as it left the palace of a traditional chief in Jalingo, the ...

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Judge shortage in Samoa

Judge shortage in Samoa

A Parliamentary Select Committe in Samoa says there are not enough judges to address the number of matters brought before the courts. The Samoa Observer reports that the Justice, Police and Prisons, Land and Titles Committee raised the concerns in ...

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Hezbollah wants to de-escalate hostilities on border, Israel says

Hezbollah wants to de-escalate hostilities on border, Israel says

The Lebanese militant group Hezbollah has said that it wants to de-escalate hostilities on the Israeli-Lebanon border, a day after fighting left two Israeli soldiers and a Spanish peacekeeper dead, Israel’s defense minister said Thursday. Hezbollah sent the message through ...

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Samoa and Kiribati airlines offer new connections

Samoa and Kiribati airlines offer new connections

Samoa Air and the Kiribati airline, Coral Sun Airways, have announced intentions to provide regular weekly flights between the two countries as well as charter services across the Pacific. The service will operate with a stop at Tuvalu’s Funafuti Airport ...

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Greece: Putin's new ally in Europe?

Greece: Putin's new ally in Europe?

After just days in office, Greece’s new government has begun wrestling with Europe, while inching closer to a more volatile power: Russia. The countries have a long history of economic, cultural and religious ties. Both are now proving to be ...

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Differing views of ex-NFL player Aaron Hernandez

Differing views of ex-NFL player Aaron Hernandez

A marijuana blunt. DNA traces on a spent shell casing. A footprint at an industrial park. These pieces of evidence as well as cellphone text messages and surveillance video will help build the state’s case in the long-anticipated Massachusetts murder ...

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