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Fiji authorities now say that 45 of its soldiers are being held by Syrian rebels in the Golan heights, one more than has been claimed for the past three days.
The largest solar array in the South Pacific has been officially opened in the middle of a racecourse in Apia.
Solomon Islands new police commissioner Frank Prendergast says his vision for the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force is a competent, confident force that is trusted by its community.
Six Papua New Guinea police officers will stand trial over slashing the achilles tendons of 74 men in an attack in Port Moresby last year.
Papua New Guinea's government has allocated 405 thousand US dollars to help people affected by Friday's volcanic eruption in East New Britain province.
The first session of the Small Islands Developing States conference in Samoa this afternoon will focus on sustainable economic development.
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UN Secretary-General expresses deep concern over effects of climate change in the Pacific.
Fiji soldiers captured by Syrian rebels ( 3′ 40″ )
Fiji's military commander says he and the United Nations still have no idea where 45 of his soldiers captured by Syrian rebels are being held.
Nations, Ban Ki Moon; Negotiations continue for the release of Fijian peacekeepers; An NGO in Guam fears young people on the island are being targeted by human traffickers; Solomon Islands passes legislation to protect victims of domestic violence; We put the spotlight on the contribution of the private sector to Pacific aid.
An NGO in Guam fears young people on the island are being targeted by human traffickers; The World Bank makes a commitment to climate change resilience; Solomon Islands passes legislation to protect victims of domestic violence; We put the spotlight on the role of the private sector in Pacific aid; Tonga is in talks with the Japanese Govt over upgrading its water supply.
An NGO in Guam fears young people on the island are being targeted by human traffickers.
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