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CID: Welcome to the new Minister of Foreign Affairs

CID: Welcome to the new Minister of Foreign Affairs

We welcome the news that the Rt. Hon Winston Peters is confirmed as the new Foreign Affairs Minister and Fletcher Tabuteau will be Under-Secretary to the Minister.

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People living on coconuts after Solomons eruption

People living on coconuts after Solomons eruption

An eruption beginning Saturday in the country's easternmost Temotu Province has affected water supplies for locals, who are in urgent need of relief support.

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Cast of thousands in South Island defence exercise

Cast of thousands in South Island defence exercise

More than 3000 defence personnel from 12 countries are taking part in New Zealand's largest military exercise throughout the upper South Island.

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State of the world's emergencies 2017

State of the world's emergencies 2017

Bond has released a briefing report presenting a rapid overview of some of the world’s most complex and protracted emergencies.

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Working women: Key facts and trends in female labor force participation

Working women: Key facts and trends in female labor force participation

Our World in Data provide an extensive, up-to-date picture of gender in the global workforce.

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Intellectual Property for the Twenty-First-Century Economy

Intellectual Property for the Twenty-First-Century Economy

What is becoming increasingly important in intellectual property matters is the way knowledge is used - in ways that put people’s health and welfare ahead of corporate profits.

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Grasberg mine divestment could fuel Papua violence

Grasberg mine divestment could fuel Papua violence

Anthropology professor Eben Kirksey connects recent violence near Papua's Grasberg gold mine with plans to divest half of the American-owned operation to Indonesian entities.

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Opinion: For the price of a few warships, we could end slavery once and for all

Opinion: For the price of a few warships, we could end slavery once and for all

It would cost just £650 a head to usher slavery into extinction – so why hasn’t that happened?

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Iraqi forces sweep into Kirkuk, checking Kurdish independence drive

Iraqi forces sweep into Kirkuk, checking Kurdish independence drive

After weeks of threats and posturing, the Iraqi government began a military assault on Monday to curb the independence drive by the nation’s Kurdish minority

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The Pacific response to WHO's planned program of work

The Pacific response to WHO's planned program of work

'If we have many priorities, we don’t have a priority.'

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