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New Zealand to send military, police to Solomon Islands

Springfield News-Sun 01 Dec 2021
Fiji soldiers disembark from an Australian Air Force C130 in Honiara, Solomon Islands, Tuesday, Nov ... Fiji soldiers disembark from an Australian Air Force C130 in Honiara, Solomon Islands, Tuesday, Nov ... from the air during an operation in Honiara, Solomon Islands, Wednesday, Dec.
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Chinese marines are ideal for Solomons-type contingencies

Beijing News 29 Nov 2021
Indeed, the current civil unrest in the Solomon Islands in Melanesia is exactly the kind of situation in which one would expect Beijing to one day deploy troops ... Australia did so under the auspices of the Australia-Solomon Islands Bilateral Security Treaty that came into force in 2018.
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International community monitoring situation in Solomon Islands

RNZ 28 Nov 2021
With no plans to evacuate their citizens from Honiara, the international community is closely monitoring the situation in the Solomon Islands following a week of political unrest ... A spokesperson from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade said the government has not yet received a formal request for assistance from the Solomon Islands government.
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Solomon Islands violence recedes but not underlying tension

Springfield News-Sun 26 Nov 2021
In this photo released by Australian Department of Defense, Australian Federal Police Special Operations members prepare to depart Canberra, Australia, for the Solomon Islands on a Royal Australian Air Force jet, Thursday, Nov ... on a Royal Australian Air Force jet, Thursday, Nov.
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Solomon Islands leader blames foreign powers for unrest

Springfield News-Sun 26 Nov 2021
In this photo released by Australian Department of Defense, Australian Federal Police Special Operations members prepare to depart Canberra, Australia, for the Solomon Islands on a Royal Australian Air Force jet, Thursday, Nov ... on a Royal Australian Air Force jet, Thursday, Nov.
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Fijian national stranded in Solomon hoping to see peace

FBC News 26 Nov 2021
Fijian National Salote Mataitini who is stranded in the Solomon Islands says she is hoping to see some peace following the three days of looting and burning ... Island in another two weeks.
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Situation in Honiara stressful says Fijian national

FBC News 26 Nov 2021
Fijian National Salote Mataitini, a pilot currently stranded in the Solomon Islands, says the situation is quite stressful ... Most of them came from Brisbane on the Solomon Airlines.” ... Mataitini told FBC News they are in a safe location now, and the Fijian community in the Solomon Islands have been keeping in touch with her.
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Off to the Solomon Islands: Australia’s Civilizers Get Busy

Dissident Voice 26 Nov 2021
In January 2003, the Australian Foreign Minister Alexander Downer, at a rare lucid moment, stated that, “Sending in Australian troops to occupy the Solomon Islands would be folly in the extreme.” The Australian taxpayer would be unconvinced by such need; the exit strategy would ...
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Solomon Islands riots: Night-time curfew imposed

RNZ 26 Nov 2021
The Governor General of Solomon Islands has declared a nightly curfew in the troubled capital Honiara, after a third day of looting and destruction ... An Australian Navy vessel is also enroute to Solomon Islands ... He said New Zealand stands with the government and people of Solomon Islands.
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70 Years & Still Going Strong: A History of Fiji Airways

Simple Flying 10 Nov 2021
In a part of the world where oceans are big, distances are great, and islands are sparsely populated, Fiji Airways is a significant airline ... Tonga, Western Samoa, Nauru, Kiribati, and the Solomon Islands all took stakes in the 1960s alongside the Fijian Government, Qantas, Air New Zealand, and BOAC ... One of the first Air Pacific Boeing 747-200s.
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India, China most vulnerable to climate crisis, pollution

Hindustan Times 22 Jul 2021
... air pollution. Based on these criteria, the study ranked Singapore, Rwanda, China, India, Solomon Islands, Bhutan, Botswana, Georgia, the Republic of Korea and Thailand as the top 10 countries at risk from the two factors combined ... Singapore, Rawada, China, India, Solomon Islands.
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‘India, China most vulnerable to joint risks of climate change, air pollution’

Hindustan Times 22 Jul 2021
Most countries such as India and China, have high air pollution and green house gas (GHG) emissions ... Based on these criteria, the study ranked Singapore, Rwanda, China, India, Solomon Islands, Bhutan, Botswana, Georgia, the Republic of Korea and Thailand as top 10 countries.
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Singapore, India and China are among the top 10 countries that are 'significantly' more likely ...

The Daily Mail 21 Jul 2021
These are in order of those in the best position to tackle the problem by imposing stricter environmental regulations to clean their air.Singapore Rwanda ChinaIndia Solomon Islands BhutanBotswana Georgia Republic of KoreaThailand.
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The AN0M fake secure chat app may have been too clever for its own good

The Register 14 Jun 2021
Crims now know what not to trust, and how to stymie future infiltrations Comment In April 1943, Japanese admiral Isoroku Yamamoto was killed when the US Air Force shot down the plane carrying him to Balalae Airfield in the Solomon Islands ... .
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Solomon Islands to pursue ban on Facebook after govt criticism on platform - media

Canada Dot Com 17 Nov 2020
SYDNEY — The Solomon Islands is planning to ban the use of Facebook in for an indeterminate period after inflammatory ...
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