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North Korea says U.S. 'declared war,' warns it could shoot down U.S. bombers
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9:58 pm GMT+12, 25/09/2017, United States
“We don’t think there’s an easy military solution to this problem. There’s not a precision strike that solves the problem. There’s not a military blockade that can solve the problem,” he said, adding that ultimately it would come down to an international effort.<…
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21/09/2017 - Many Cook Islanders maybe eligible to vote in NZ election
20/09/2017 - Healthy oceans, safe climate imperative for small islands to survive, Pacific island leaders tell UN
20/09/2017 - Time to translate nuclear test moratorium into legally binding obligation – UN chief
20/09/2017 - NZ political parties outline Pacific policies ahead of election
20/09/2017 - PNG Government welcomes US decision to take 54 asylum seekers
20/09/2017 - Countries must support efforts to spur implementation of voluntary commitments on SDG 14: Fiji PM
20/09/2017 - Solomon Islands Government pursues UN peace-building fund
20/09/2017 - Treaty banning nuclear weapons opens for signature at UN
20/09/2017 - Fiji joins France for Global Summit on climate change pact
20/09/2017 - Commonwealth Secretary-General calls for taskforce on natural disasters
20/09/2017 - Guam governor likes Trump's tough talk
20/09/2017 - Manus Island refugees could leave next week for US resettlement
20/09/2017 - Serious disaster threats for Bougainville
19/09/2017 - Tuvalu PM calls for urgency on Paris Agreement
19/09/2017 - Samoa PM has talks with Indonesian minister in New York
19/09/2017 - PNG lacks planning for mass evacuation, disaster official says
19/09/2017 - Vanuatu Government MPs defect to Opposition
19/09/2017 - Natural disasters cost Pacific $502m
19/09/2017 - American Samoa AG responds 'OK to board’ to enter the U.S
19/09/2017 - Aust PM Turnbull says North Korea will be 'wiped out' if regime attacks US
19/09/2017 - Fiji praised for taking on Presidency of COP23
19/09/2017 - Tuvalu emphasises stance on climate change and finance at Fiji side-event
19/09/2017 - Tuvalu appeals to 'climate tourists'
19/09/2017 - PM O’Neill to deliver PNG country statement at UN General Assembly
19/09/2017 - Fiji nurses to go on a strike is a strong possibility - Union
19/09/2017 - Solomon Islands government promises to bring back anti-corruption bill
18/09/2017 - Warrant of arrest for Solomon Islands Minister Tome withdrawn
18/09/2017 - Marshall Islands joins Under2 Coalition
18/09/2017 - MSG deputy director general appointed
18/09/2017 - EU pledges support to Fiji’s Presidency of COP23
18/09/2017 - As climate change makes bad weather worse, countries must strengthen resilience, UN officials urge
18/09/2017 - Canada tells Fiji, "We are with you"
18/09/2017 - Marshalls to review treaty as six Pacific nations ready to sign
18/09/2017 - Solomon Islands PM wants PNG citizenship
18/09/2017 - Island leaders invited to APEC 2018
18/09/2017 - NZ to sign prohibition of nuclear weapons treaty
18/09/2017 - PNG MP to utilise Indonesia ties
18/09/2017 - West Papuan independence founder dies
18/09/2017 - All census data in Fiji will be confidential
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