Monthly Archives: March 2015

Tsunami expected in parts of PNG

Tsunami expected in parts of PNG

A tsunami warning has been issued after an earthquake near New Ireland in Papua New Guinea. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre in Hawaii says waves of up to three metres are possible in parts of Papua New Guinea. The 7.6 ...

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Boko Haram blamed for decapitations

Boko Haram blamed for decapitations

Suspected Boko Haram gunmen decapitated 23 people in a raid on Buratai village in northeast Nigeria’s Borno state, residents and a politician said Saturday. Scores of attackers invaded the village at 11 p.m. Friday when residents were mostly asleep and ...

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Hillary Clinton deleted all email from personal server

Hillary Clinton deleted all email from personal server

Hillary Clinton permanently deleted all the emails on the private server she used to do official business as secretary of state, the Republican lawmaker who subpoenaed the emails said late Friday. Rep. Trey Gowdy of South Carolina, chairman of the ...

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Nuclear talks with Iran reach critical point

Nuclear talks with Iran reach critical point

Nuclear talks reached a critical point Saturday as the ministers of France and Germany arrived to push a framework agreement with Iran ahead of Tuesday’s deadline. The talks hit a snag as the negotiations entered their third day, with Iran ...

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Secrets abound in new 'James Bond' trailer

Secrets abound in new 'James Bond' trailer

James Bond’s latest mission has been revealed in the first trailer for “SPECTRE” which was released Friday. Daniel Craig reprises his role of everyone’s favorite spy in the 24th Bond film, scheduled for release November 6. Christoph Waltz, Léa Seydoux, ...

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Agriculture ministry reviews assistance scheme

Agriculture ministry reviews assistance scheme

The Animal Health and Production Division of  the Agriculture Ministry has commenced an assessment of farming assistance given out to farmers last year. In doing so the  Ministry is visiting as many farmers possible around the country. The Ministry of ...

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Christians mark Palm Sunday

Christians mark Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday was celebrated by Christians around the country today. Many families attended churches services this morning to celebrate the day commonly known as Children’s Sunday In most churches  children led the church services, while their parents and church leaders ...

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