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1. UN refugee agency envoy Angelina Jolie visits Myanmar

02 August 2015 11:51am | UN News

UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie Pitt (left) in Myitkyina township, Kachin State, Myanmar, meeting with some of the 100,000 displaced people who currently live there. Photo: UNHCR/T.Stoddart .. More >>

2. The Problems with an MH17 Tribunal

02 August 2015 10:53am | Binoy Kampmark

By Dr. Binoy Kampmark The statement from the Australian Prime Minister's office on July 30 cast a strong light on a mind that has its hazy moments. "Russia's veto of the United Nations Security Council resolution to establish a tribunal to ..... More >>

3. Save the Children responds to floods in Myanmar

03 August 2015 11:53am | Save The Children

At least 150,000 people, including 60,000 children, have been affected by flooding in Myanmar, which so far has claimed the lives of 27 people. .. More >>

4. TPP Leak: SOE Issues for Ministerial Guidance

30 July 2015 10:26am | Wikileaks

Today, 29 July 2015, WikiLeaks releases a secret letter from the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP or TPPA) Ministerial Meeting in December 2013, along with a comprehensive expert analysis of the document... More >>

5. Failed Trans-Pacific (TPP) talks show folly of trading

01 August 2015 5:01pm | AFTINET

"The failure of TPP Ministers to reach agreement in what was supposed to be the final round of negotiations vindicates the deep concerns of community groups that the TPP is secretly trading away issues like access to affordable medicines and governments' ..... More >>

6. Thousands of unregistered children born during Ebola crisis

02 August 2015 11:56am | UN News

Thousands of unregistered children born in Liberia during Ebola crisis at risk of exploitation - UNICEF .. More >>

7. Yet Another 'Final' TPP Ministerial and Again No Deal

01 August 2015 4:53pm | Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch

Today's fourth "final" TPP ministerial without a deal means the clock has run on possible U.S. congressional votes in 2015. No deal means the TPP is thrown into the political maelstrom of the U.S. presidential cycle and with opposition building ..... More >>

8. Condolences on the Passing of Prime Minister Edward Natapei

02 August 2015 11:41am | U.S. Department of State

I was saddened to learn of the passing of the Honorable former Prime Minister Edward Natapei this week. Vanuatu lost a distinguished statesman who will be dearly missed. .. More >>

9. SAMOAN MINOANS FROM ANCIENT CRETE: The Origin of Polynesia

01 July 2011 5:20pm | Obed Unasa

One of history's great mysteries that glitter in the realm of the unknown, just beyond the reach of scientific proof, is the origin of Polynesia... More >>

10. ITF challenges HPH over worker treatment

01 August 2015 10:18am | ITF Press Officer

The ITF (International Transport Workers' Federation) is challenging Hutchison Ports Holdings (HPH) over its behaviour at port facilities in Indonesia and Australia. .. More >>

11. Designation of First Pacific Particularly Sensitive Sea Area

31 July 2015 5:13pm | Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment

Pacific island representatives gathered in Nadi, Fiji this week to discuss the protection of important marine areas from the impacts of international shipping. The sub-regional workshop on 'The Identification and Designation of Particularly Sensitive Sea Areas ..... More >>

12. Gold Bullion Demand Surges

01 August 2015 10:43am | GoldCore

- Perth Mint sees surge in demand and cannot keep up with demand - "Our biggest restriction is the amount of unrefined gold we're getting in from producers" - Very high demand for Perth Mint coins, bars coming from Asia, U.S. and Europe - ..... More >>

13. Dr. Ashrawi: Denounces extreme violence in Palestine

01 August 2015 10:52am | Palestinian Liberation Organisation

Dr. Ashrawi on the deliberate torching and killing of one-and-a-half year-old Palestinian baby Ali Saad Dawabsha and the serious injury of his parents Saad and Reham and his 4-year-old brother Ahmad .. More >>

14. Minister should resist tradeoffs

03 August 2015 11:56am | AFTINET

Trade Minister Robb should resist tradeoffs on medicines and investor rights to sue governments at August TPP meeting .. More >>

15. Barack Obama: Yes We Can, Thank You New Hampshire

10 January 2008 12:15am | Barack Obama 2008 Campaign

I want to congratulate Senator Clinton on a hard-fought victory here in New Hampshire. A few weeks ago, no one imagined that we'd have accomplished what we did here tonight... More >>

16. Myanmar election: UNICEF urges prioritisation of children

02 August 2015 12:02pm | UN News

With 99 days to go before Myanmar elections, UNICEF urges candidates make children the clear winner .. More >>

17. U.S. Government Assistance to Libya

30 July 2012 11:37am | US State Department

The United States has a strategic interest in a stable and prosperous Libya, and is supporting Libya's democratic transition in cooperation with the UN and other international partners. Recognizing Libya's own substantial resources, the United ..... More >>

18. Australia should reject demand to rewrite Australian laws

31 July 2015 11:49am | AFTINET

Australia should reject US Congress Members' demand to rewrite Australian laws even after TPP is signed and legislated .. More >>

19. Kiwi supporters get their chance to meet Romanian orphans

02 August 2015 12:11pm | Turn of Phrase

A dozen Kiwi supporters will get a chance to see the fruits of their labour when they visit Orphans Aid International's Casa Kiwi project in Romania this month. .. More >>

20. New Ambassador for EU Delegation to Australia

27 October 2005 12:07am | European Commission

At 10am today, Mr Bruno Julien will present his letters of credence to His Excellency Major Michael Jeffery, Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia, and be formally recognised as the European Commission's new Ambassador to Australia. The ..... More >>

21. Indymedia: 1000s Women Murdered For Snuff Movies

13 December 2004 10:46am | Indymedia

Claims have surfaced on Indymedia that thousands of women and young children have been murdered in Latin America. The writer claims the murders have been recorded for a thriving snuff movie industry worth millions... More >>

22. Bangladesh: Flood leads to UN agency providing food relief

12 July 2015 12:12pm | UN News

Anwar Hossain unloads cartons of High Energy Biscuits from a pickup truck and transfers them to a distribution center in Kawar Khop union, Ramu upazila, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Photo: WFP/Kamrul Mithon .. More >>

23. Government of Botswana Concern Over Killing of Lion

01 August 2015 10:48am | Republic of Botswana

The Government of Botswana has learnt with deep concern of the killing of a collared and protected lion by an American national, Mr. Walter James Palmer. It is understood that the lion was lured from Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe in July 2015. We commend ..... More >>

24. La Niña Weather Likely To Last For Months

12 October 2010 4:41pm | United Nations

The La Niña weather pattern is likely to continue and may strengthen over the next four to six months, potentially bringing abnormal conditions to widely separate areas of the world, from floods to droughts to below or above normal temperatures. .. More >>

25. Forced Organ Harvesting from Living Falun Gong Practitioners

03 January 2014 2:19pm | Friends of Falung Gong USA

Forced Organ Harvesting from Living Falun Gong Practitioners in China Unprecedented Crimes Against Humanity Continue Today By Elena Shelberov Friends of Falun Gong USA .. More >>

26. ILO finds Qatar guilty

16 June 2015 9:47pm | ITF Press Officer

Geneva-based United Nations agency the ILO (International Labour Organization) today found Qatar guilty of allowing its state-owned airline, Qatar Airways, to violate international and national agreements and institutionalise discrimination. The case ..... More >>

27. Eradicating world hunger by 2030

12 July 2015 12:45pm | UN News

Agriculture workers collect carrots on a farm in Chimaltenango, Guatemala. Photo: World Bank/Maria Fleischmann .. More >>

28. Papuan leader wants investigation of tolikara incident

25 July 2015 11:20am | Antara News

Jayapura, Papua, July 21 (Antara) - Pater Neles Tebay, Coordinator of Papua Peace Networks (JDP) calls for sympathy and serious attention to solving the problem of intolerance in Karubaga, regency of Tolikara, Papua... More >>

29. Reactions to the Movie ? "The Day After Tomorrow"

02 June 2004 9:59am | Tuvalu Government

The movie "The Day After Tomorrow" provides a dramatic picture of climate change and sea level rise. Whilst the reality may not be as dramatic, climate change is nevertheless devastating for small island developing states like Tuvalu... More >>

30. Fiji Student Tops USP Journalism Awards

16 December 2004 9:01am | Pacific Media Watch

SUVA (Wansolwara Online/Pacific Media Watch): Final-year Fiji student Naziah Ali has collected four prizes at the annual University of the South Pacific student journalism awards... More >>

31. Unitec Chief Executive Reappointed Until 2016

01 July 2013 2:59pm | UNITEC

The largest Institute of Technology in the country, Unitec Institute of Technology, has reappointed Dr Rick Ede as Chief Executive for another four years. .. More >>

32. 4,432,880 Missing Persons Vanished In Past 20 Years

26 August 2013 11:20am | International Rewards Centre

In the summer of 2005, an elderly woman with dementia left her residence in Medicine Hat, Alberta. No one knows why she left, or where she thought she was going. Exhaustive attempts to locate her were fruitless. She was declared dead, three years later. ..... More >>

33. Thunder Captain And Officers Face Justice

04 July 2015 10:58am | Sea Shepherd Conservation Society

The Captain, Chief Engineer and Second Mechanic of the notorious poaching vessel, Thunder, have been charged with counts of pollution, reckless driving, forgery and negligence in São Tomé and Príncipe... More >>

34. As health needs rise in Somalia, funding hits new low

26 July 2015 1:04pm | UN News

As health needs rise in Somalia, funding hits new low, cutting off 1.5 million from care - UN .. More >>

35. Tuna for Tomorrow? Not if FAD Fishing Continues

29 July 2015 8:15am | Campaign for Eco-Safe Tuna

The "U.S." (Thailand and Korea) canned tuna industry mouthpiece Tuna for Tomorrow can't stand that Greenpeace has called the industry's harmful fishing practices to the carpet. Instead, they continue to defend the use of Fish Aggregating Devices ..... More >>

36. Emirates bids farewell to its last Boeing 777-200

30 July 2015 9:49am | Emirates Airlines

Pursues aggressive fleet renewal programme with seven aircraft retired in 2014, and ten planned in 2015 .. More >>

37. FUUI pays serious attention to the Tolikara's case

01 August 2015 11:20am | Republika

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID , BANDUNG - The Forum of Indonesia's Ulema (FUUI) requesting the issue of the burning of the mosque in Tolikara not stop at rehabilitation and peace alone. The government must seek the brain of the unrest on the feast of Eid ..... More >>

38. Power Back-Up Threat To USPNet

05 April 2000 9:16am | Pacific Media Watch - Pasifik Nius

SUVA: Power shutdowns are threatening the University of the South Pacific's new $13 million regional communications system because of the lack of a power back-up unit, Wansolwara reports... More >>

39. Data Shows Massive Delayed Gulf War I Casualties

21 October 2002 12:29am | U.N.OBSERVER and International Report

U.S. V.A .Data Confirms Massive Delayed Gulf War I Casualties by Denise Nichols - Gulf War Veteran and Retired U.S. Air Force Reserve Major, Vice Chairman of the National Vietnam Veteran and Gulf War Veterans Coalition.. More >>

40. Haiti: Air France Chief Executive Killed

28 June 2004 12:23am | Amnesty International

Didier Mortet, Air France chief executive in Haiti is the latest victim of the high levels of violence which have cost the lives of hundreds of civilians since the uprising in February. Didier Mortet, was shot dead by three men on a motorcycle as he approached ..... More >>

41. Violence Against Women And Role Of Media

13 January 2005 9:05am | Kamala Sarup

Media had still not played effective roles in minimizing domestic violence against women even, media can play a lead role in the society's fight against violence against women. As media is the eye, ear and limbs of the society they could help a great ..... More >>

42. John Bolton's Divorce - Group Sex Allegations

13 May 2005 11:43am | Larry Flynt

Publisher Larry Flynt's Questions Posed to State Department Regarding Corroborated Allegations that First Wife was Forced into Group Sex go Unanswered.. More >>

43. List of top ten environmental activists

16 February 2006 4:21pm | Australian Green Party

Green activism is not for the fainthearted, as anti-whaling campaigners found last week. The environmental expert Fred Pearce selects the planet's top ten eco-warriors.. More >>

44. Elise Huffer - New SPC Human Development Adviser

22 January 2008 4:35pm | Secretariat of the Pacific Community

Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), Noumea, Tuesday 22 January 2008: The new Adviser for culture at SPC's Human Development Programme (HDP), Elise Huffer, says despite its essential role, culture is an area that is often neglected or marginalised ..... More >>

45. Citroen Launches The Green Rally Car

03 October 2008 1:02pm | Citroen

Citroen brought together its remarkable record in the World Rally Championship and its unique environmental technology to produce the world's first hybrid World Rally Car, the Citroen C4 WRC HYmotion4 with a hybrid energy recovery system which delivers ..... More >>

46. Neanderthals Hunted, Raped And Ate Humans

18 September 2009 12:58pm | The Mandus

Neanderthals were not the gentle, almost-human creatures portrayed in the media over the last 50 years. New Australian research reveals they were aggressive, powerful and terrifying carnivores-ruthless and efficient apex predators, who hunted, raped ..... More >>

47. Exercise Talisman Sabre 2011 successfully concludes

29 July 2011 2:46pm | Defence Media Centre

The largest combined Australian and United States military training exercise, Talisman Sabre 2011 (TS11), concluded with a closing ceremony at Camp Rocky, Rockhampton on Thursday... More >>

48. Pacific and AOSIS - Tokelau targets - Green Climate Fund

02 December 2011 1:07pm | SPREP

Headlines o Finding strength in numbers - Pacific stands firm with AOSIS o Tokelau targets 100% renewable energy o The Green Climate Fund: Pacific urges action - no renegotiation Finding strength in numbers - Pacific stands firm with AOSIS ..... More >>

49. Sanctions Eased For Syrian Opposition

13 June 2013 4:13pm | US State Department

Through the Departments of State, Commerce, and Treasury, the Administration is taking several significant steps to ease U.S. economic sanctions, enable additional relief and reconstruction activities in opposition-controlled areas of Syria, and support ..... More >>

50. Multiculturalism, uniculturalism and monoculturalism

07 September 2013 1:25pm | Asian Human Rights Commission

We need to define the concepts of multiculturalism, uniculturalism and monoculturalism before entering into a debate on their application, practice and future direction in Sri Lanka. Multiculturalism refers to that trend in the society where the different ..... More >>

51. PNG: Journalist Arrested for Betelnut Joke About Police

12 August 2014 5:52pm | PNG Post-Courier - Pacific Media Watch

Papua New Guinea's popular betelnut ... topic of a police "bribery" joke. Image: PMC archive .. More >>

52. Tiger numbers almost triple in India's Valmiki National Park

11 February 2015 1:09pm | NABU International - Foundation for Nature

Berlin - Tiger numbers in India's little known Valmiki National Park have almost tripled. Twenty eight of the big cats now roam across the 900 square kilometre reserve the foothills of the Himalayas - up from just 10 in 2006. "We are delighted ..... More >>

53. 46th Pacific Islands Forum Leaders Meeting Dates Confirmed

19 March 2015 5:42pm | Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat

Papua New Guinea will host the 46th Pacific Islands Forum Leaders Meeting from 07 to 11 September 2015. .. More >>

54. Bangkok: Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, Biphophia

21 May 2015 1:58pm | UNESCO

BMA, UN, embassy representatives, civil society and artists stand united with LGBTI Thais on International Day against Transphobia, Homophobia, and Biphobia (IDAHOT) at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre .. More >>

55. Through the people's lens: Modi's development model

25 May 2015 12:18pm | Citizen News Service

Dr Rahul Pandey, Bobby Ramakant and Dr Sandeep Pandey, Citizen News Service - CNS Story of Modi's development model so far: Cutting health and education expenditure, forcing land acquisition, buying expensive jets and unsafe nuclear power, benefitting ..... More >>

56. Call for de-escalation of conflict in South Sudan

03 June 2015 5:21pm | UN News

Women and children have suffered devastating attacks in South Sudan's Unity State. Photo: UNICEF/South Sudan/Sebastian Rich .. More >>

57. UN takes aim at cyber-threats against nuclear safety

03 June 2015 5:30pm | UN News

The international community must intensify efforts to protect the world's nuclear facilities from cyberattacks, the head of the United Nations nuclear watchdog declared today as he opened the Organization's first-ever conference on the issue at the ..... More >>

58. Trade in Services Agreement

04 June 2015 11:48am | Wikileaks

WikiLeaks releases today 17 secret documents from the ongoing TISA (Trade In Services Agreement) negotiations which cover the United States, the European Union and 23 other countries including Turkey, Mexico, Canada, Australia, Pakistan, Taiwan & ..... More >>

59. Some $3.2 billion needed for Ebola recovery efforts

12 July 2015 1:10pm | UN News

Some $3.2 billion needed for Ebola recovery efforts in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone - UN .. More >>

60. Three villages in Papua are facing starvation

14 July 2015 8:17am | Antara News

Jayapura (ANTARA News) - Regent Peak Willem Wandik admit inhabitabitan ofthree villages in the region ofAgandume District are in danger of starvation due to hail in the region... More >>

61. British expats keen as ever to access buy-to-let properties

18 July 2015 10:15am | Skipton International

British expats are still as keen as ever to invest in a buy-to-let property back home, according to leading offshore lender, Skipton International . .. More >>

62. On Mandela Day, UN joins call to promote community service

19 July 2015 12:55pm | UN News

Nelson Mandela, then Deputy President of the African National Congress of South Africa, raises his fist in the air while addressing the Special Committee Against Apartheid in the General Assembly Hall. UN Photo/P. Sudhakaran .. More >>

63. Target Tokyo - Docs Show NSA Targets Japan Over Trade Deal

31 July 2015 10:44pm | Wikileaks

Today, Friday 31 July 2015, 9am CEST, WikiLeaks publishes "Target Tokyo", 35 Top Secret NSA targets in Japan including the Japanese cabinet and Japanese companies such as Mitsubishi, together with intercepts relating to US-Japan relations, trade ..... More >>

64. Tolikara incident to be settled by traditional wisdom

01 August 2015 11:22am | Antara News

Jayapura (ANTARA News) - Religious leaders in the Papua province have agreed to settle the recent incident in Tolikara district by traditional wisdom. .. More >>

65. OPEN letter to Pacific Islands Forum Leaders

01 August 2015 11:23am | Australia West Papua Association

On behalf of the Australia West Papua Association (Sydney), I am writing to you concerning the deteriorating human rights situation in West Papua[1]. .. More >>

66. Kavkaz News: Chechens On Russian Attrocities

18 February 2000 1:37pm | Unknown

More reports about mass atrocities and sadistic torture in the Russian concentration camp of Chernokozovo are being received. Prisoners, having miraculously escaped from the concentration camp, report things no ordinary human brain can imagine... More >>

67. Kavkaz News: Chechen Rebels On The Move (Image)

03 March 2000 11:09am | Unknown

The Chechen command has made it known that the redeployment of the Chechen forces to the southwestern and southeastern parts of Chechnya was finished according to the resolution of the State-Committee of Defence of the ChRI from February 9th... More >>

68. Latest Update Of Mayday2k Contact And Action List

28 April 2000 1:48pm | Unknown

The latest update of the Mayday 2000 - Global Day of Action, Resistance and Carnival - contact list. Chockfull of links, email newsgroups, and sources of information on the global protests due to kick of Monday...... More >>

69. Captive's Son Pleads For His Mother

27 May 2000 5:36pm | Pacific Media Watch - Pasifik Nius

SUVA: The son of Fiji's Minister of Women, Lavenia Padarath, one of the hostages held by gunment in the Parliament complex, has sent a plea to rebel leader George Speight... More >>

70. Air medical team saves Mother and baby

06 June 2000 3:17pm | New Zealand Defence Force

Captain Linda Lampen-Smith with baby Polo after an emergency dash. Photograph taken by NZDF.. More >>

71. Daily Post Lashes Out Over Isolation

19 June 2000 8:47am | Pacific Media Watch - Pasifik Nius

SUVA: Fiji's Daily Post today lashed out at "bullying tactics" by Australia, New Zealand and other Commonwealth "friends" who were judging the Pacific country's attempts to deal with the month-old hostage crisis from a distance... More >>

72. FIJI: Rebel leader George Speight arrested

27 July 2000 9:13am | Pacific Media Watch - Pasifik Nius

SUVA: Fiji's rebel leader George Speight, two key advisers and a bodyguard were early today under military detention after being arrested late last night by troops at a checkpoint near the rebel headquarters... More >>

73. Journalist Duran Angiki Threatened

29 September 2000 1:07pm | Pacific Media Watch - Pasifik Nius

SOLOMON ISLANDS Duran Angiki (journalist), his wife and 3 children and Dykes Angiki (Duran Angiki's uncle), his wife and 7 children are in grave danger after they have repeatedly been threatened by an armed opposition group... More >>

74. Military Speak Out On Nimacere's Death

06 November 2000 10:56am | Pacific Media Watch - Pasifik Nius

SUVA: Prison fugitive Alifereti Nimacere reached for his gun and tried to flee from his hideout house when Fiji military forces searching for him opened fire, a military spokesperson said today... More >>

75. Ligairi Saved Chaudhry

17 August 2001 11:20am | Pacific Media Watch - Pasifik Nius

Fiji's elected Prime Minister Mahendra Chaudhry and members of his government held hostage last year would have been killed if it was not for the presence in Parliament of former British SAS soldier, Ilisoni Ligairi, the Sun reports... More >>

76. NZ Kids To Help Afghani Kids In Need

15 October 2001 11:00am | CCF New Zealand

Two prominent New Zealand non-governmental organisations are encouraging children throughout the country to donate $1 to help the children of Afghanistan... More >>

77. Rainbow Warrior Heading For Qatar

23 October 2001 11:56am | Greenpeace

Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior Heading For Qatar To Deliver "Safe Future" Message To World Trade Organisation.. More >>

78. Images: NZ Army Handover Ceremony held in Suai

26 November 2001 10:38am | New Zealand Defence Force

OH 01-0715-68 - Outgoing Senior National Officer, Colonel Tom O'Reilly (Left) hands over the 'Whakamauri' to the Commanding Officer Fifth New Zealand Battalion Group (NZBatt 5) Lieutenant Colonel 'Lofty' Hayward, while the Regimental Sergeant Major ..... More >>

79. Images: General Franks Visits Baghdad

17 April 2003 5:38pm | CENTCOM

Members of General Tommy Franks component commanders in the theater meet for the first time inside a former palace of Saddam Husseins on Wednesday, April16, 2003. It was General Franks' first visit to the Baghdad area and one week after the capitol ..... More >>

80. Image: NZ's Major Todd Hart, Injured In UN Blast

20 August 2003 7:21pm | New Zealand Defence Force

A file picture of the NZ Army's Major Todd Hart. For background see... New Zealand Officer Injured In Baghdad Explosion.. More >>

81. UQ Wire: 9/11 Commission Outline of the 9/11 Plot

17 June 2004 10:11am | www.UnansweredQuestions.org

We are fortunate to have had access to the fruits of a massive investigative effort by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and other law enforcement agencies, as well intelligence collection and analysis from the Central Intelligence Agency, the National ..... More >>

82. World Vision Readies Aid For Volcano Victims

26 November 2004 3:07pm | World Vision New Zealand

World Vision is readying to mount a relief operation to assist thousands impacted by a series of eruptions on the volcanic island of Manam, off the coast of Papua New Guinea... More >>

83. Innovation to tackle shelter crisis in quake zone

20 October 2005 12:01am | Oxfam

Click for big version Oxfam shelter expert Sarbjeet Singh completing the prototype shelter in Srinagar.. More >>

84. Verified Voting Names New President and CEO

13 January 2006 1:49pm | verifiedvoting.org

SAN FRANCISCO - Verified Voting today announced the appointment of its new President and Chief Executive Officer, Courtenay Strickland Bhatia. Bhatia comes to Verified Voting after spending the last five years in Florida where she worked to protect ..... More >>

85. Military Versus Government In Fiji

03 February 2006 1:30pm | Pacific Media Watch - Pasifik Nius

A cloud still hangs over the Fiji Military Forces. How many officers in the armed forces are against the Commander Frank Bainimarama? What role, if any, did the current government or the Home Ministry play in the January confrontation. As Fiji heads ..... More >>

86. Coca-Cola: University Ignores Community Concerns

14 April 2006 11:44am | India Resource Centre

San Francisco: The University of Michigan has acted prematurely and recklessly in reinstating Coca-Cola's contract with the university... More >>

87. The Role of NGOs in the Development of Democracy

12 June 2006 2:30pm | US State Department

Barry F. Lowenkron, Assistant Secretary for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor Remarks to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Washington, DC June 8, 2006.. More >>

88. Aust: Howard has explaining on Exclusive Brethren

28 September 2006 2:41am | Australian Green Party

The Prime Minister has a lot more to explain to the electorate about his association with the elders of the Exclusive Brethren sect, Greens Leader Bob Brown said in Hobart today... More >>

89. Third Gathering Of Coalition For West Papua

02 October 2006 9:45am | Australian Coalition of West Papua Support

The 3rd Annual National gathering for the Australian Coalition of West Papua Support Groups affirmed the right of the people of West Papua to Self-determination and decolonisation... More >>

90. Ferrari Provides Ultimate Supercar Training Centre

26 February 2007 10:04am | Ferrari

Ferrari Provides the Ultimate Training Centre for the Ultimate Supercars Click to enlarge Click to enlarge.. More >>

91. Injunction Against Unlicensed Financial Adviser

03 May 2007 5:21pm | LawFuel

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has obtained further injunctive orders by consent in the Supreme Court of New South Wales preventing Mr Simon Finnigan, of Sydney, from leaving Australia and restraining his assets. Yesterday's ..... More >>

92. Arts Academy Promotes Iraqi Reconciliation

01 August 2007 11:07pm | US State Department

Erbil, Iraq -- Young Iraqi ballerinas in pink costumes gracefully glided across a stage to a concerto by Mozart as a veteran U.S. dancer watched their every step. "Listen to the music," Quae Simpson gently told the girls... More >>

93. Burmese Monks Demonstration In Rangoon [Images]

19 September 2007 3:15pm | Terry Evans

Monks across Burma demonstrated as they commenced a boycott of Burmese generals and their families. Tens of thousands of onlookers applauded the protesting monks as they marched. Witnesses said the marching monks were disciplined... More >>

94. Australia Joins US In Defence Satellite Capability

04 October 2007 10:35am | Australian Defence Force

Under our partnership arrangement, Australia will fund one satellite plus associated ground infrastructure to extend the constellation to six satellites and the US will fund the remaining five... More >>

95. Singapore Airlines A380: Travel In A New Light

16 October 2007 2:13pm | Singapore Airlines

The first delivery marks the culmination of an engineering project unrivalled in the aerospace industry. The A380 is the largest passenger plane ever built and the first completely new design of a passenger aircraft in decades... More >>

96. UK Astute Submarine Takes First Underwater Tests

01 November 2007 10:34am | UK Ministry of Defence

"This is an important step on the road to preparing ASTUTE for service. These submarines are hugely impressive vessels, and will provide the Royal Navy with a world class capability.".. More >>

97. Forest Certification Workshop in Port Moresby

10 March 2008 11:20am | PNGFC

The PNG Forest Certification Incorporated (PNG FC Inc) will be hosting a National Forest Certification workshop from 11-12 March 2008 at the Hideaway Hotel Port Moresby, NCD. Speakers will include both PNG and regional personnel involved one way or another ..... More >>

98. Plastic Waste, Problem & Solutions, Existing Laws

11 April 2008 2:26pm | Burning Brain Society

An interactive workshop for assessing the problem and underlying solutions relating to plastic attracted citizens, scientists, members of resident welfare associations, social workers, geologists. Plastic carry bags are not the real problem... More >>

99. UK: Queens Birthday Honours List 2008

15 June 2008 9:03am | UK Government

Many honoured today have been involved in charitable or voluntary work, or extra-curricular activities linked to their professions. This is in keeping with the PM's intention that the significant majority of honours should go to local heroes... More >>

100. Terrorism, Indian Festivals & Communal Harmony

17 September 2008 8:12pm | Tanveer Jafri

Indian Capital Delhi once again thrilled up when last day five serial bomb blasts were made by the terrorists at three most important places in the capital. More than two dozen peoples lost their lives in these blasts and more than one hundred & fifty ..... More >>

 

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