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Samoa's Finance Minister resigns
By Online Editor
5:30 pm GMT+12, 17/04/2014, Samoa
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11/04/2014 - Papua call for UN to revisit former Dutch colony's plight
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11/04/2014 - Royals 'thoughts and prayers' with flood victims in Solomon Islands
11/04/2014 - Australian Immigration Minister Scott Morrison says refugees will be temporarily resettled on Nauru
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