Monthly Archives: March 2016

Syria war: Assad says new government could include foes

Syria war: Assad says new government could include foes

Syria’s leader offered fighting words for his international foes while at the same time opening the door perhaps to internal ones — telling Russian state media that peace talks should lead to a new, inclusive government. “That’s the goal of ...

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Move over Putin: Trudeau for most athletic world leader?

Move over Putin: Trudeau for most athletic world leader?

RT @gregkolz: JT is level-headed & able to bring Canada to new heights. That’s why he’s my choice for #Liberal Leader pic.twitter.com/ooUfOLVnfX — Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) April 8, 2013 (CNN)It looks like Vladimir Putin has some competition for the title ...

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Losing your brother to ISIS

Losing your brother to ISIS

Mohamed Amin Chaib wouldn’t meet with us in his home or even his neighborhood. The reason was simple: The topic of conversation was his brother, and he didn’t want anyone to see a television crew around. That’s because Mohamed Amin’s ...

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Over a thousand conjunctivitis cases

Over a thousand conjunctivitis cases

A total of 1 thousand 600 cases of conjunctivitis were recorded for the Suva subdivision within a fortnight. The Ministry of Health said this is a concern with 50 to 100 cases seen everyday. Dr Mike Kama–National Adviser for Communicable ...

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200 military personnel continue operations

200 military personnel continue operations

Two hundred members of the Australian Defence Force remain in the Country after the HMAS Canberra departed on Friday. At the height of Tropical Cyclone Winston around 1 thousand Australian military personnel were deployed to Fiji. Margaret Twomey–Australia’s High Commissioner ...

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USP discuss long term rehabilitation efforts

USP discuss long term rehabilitation efforts

Discussions on long term rehabilitation took place at the University of the South Pacific last night. One of the major issue discussed was the need to have quality structured homes and buildings. Forty percent of local communities were left devastated ...

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Seqaqa Man Acquitted of Rape

Seqaqa Man Acquitted of Rape

A Seaqaqa man has been found not guilty and acquitted of raping his wife by the Labasa High Court. The High Court concurred with the three assessors who had also found the man not guilty of rape. The man’s wife ...

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EU assist sugarcane farmers

EU assist sugarcane farmers

The European Union has rolled out assistance for farmers in the sugar industry. The funded Training Support to the Sugar Industry project has rolled out a series of “Farming as a Business” workshops to enhance leader farmers business development and ...

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