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Bal Kama Feb 17
A firm reply as MPs insists the does not provide for ’s Independence...But does it really? A critical question for a transformative constituion and demands more clarity.
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Mark Stratton 20h
Want to say a huge thanks to the brilliant for working with me again. I ❤ PNG. And even with the recent independence vote by they stuck with me.
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gianluca.grimalda Feb 17
Greater proximity to town is associated with greater individual in games across 8 villages of ,.This is tolerated by .No evidence of . Getting ready to my presentation today @ 12.30hr .
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Tara Chetty Feb 17
. sharing about the referendum and the stories of women peace-brokers who helped end the conflict, as they cast their historic vote for independence, as well as young women finding their place in their country's story.
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Mark Stratton Feb 16
Farewell beautiful - will miss chewing the fat with the locals abiut their recent troubled past and their certainty a golden future lies ahead...
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Beyond Band of Brothers Feb 17
lay down air strip at , , shortly after it was taken from the . Direct support facilities and camps were also erected for the personnel, who arrived some days earlier.
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EMTV Feb 17
Over the past month, the Autonomous Bougainville Government has made known its intention to put forward several proposed amendments to the Bougainville House of Representatives. Story:
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ConstitutionNet 16h
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HwwViral Feb 13
Four people survived 32 days in the Group On their way to the island, as the survivor claims, the small boat capsized and the entire group was grounded, Visit more details:
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#WestPapua Feb 18
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Mark Stratton Feb 17
The hardest part of travel. Comfy hotel , getting on well with writing, warm weather, decent coffee.... all ruined by a 24 hour journey back to the UK. Will keave kicking and screaming....
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Mark Stratton Feb 13
Ah time. Waiting 5 hours for boat to turn up for a day of snorkelling and looking for dugongs off Pok Pok island. Alas, no sign. Yet consolation is a rather gorgeous view.
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Joseph Nobetau Feb 13
Regional Member for Bougainville the Hon. Joe Lera declares he will run for President of the ARoB, to resign as National MP
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Mark Stratton Feb 12
I've travelled many times to and now to which has just voted for independence and always loved the discordant yet wonderful melody of a sing-sing.
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Mark Stratton Feb 11
Sam Kaouna is standing for presidency of - which voted recently to leave . A former guerilla leader, he fought against a mining industry that precipitated the conflict in 1989. Islanders are full of rich stories about recent times.
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Mark Stratton Feb 15
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Dr Tess Newton Cain 🍍 Feb 10
This is an important and interesting aspect of what happens next for - as discussed
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Dr Tess Newton Cain 🍍 Feb 12
The aftermath of last year's referendum on remains full of questions and concerns about what the future holds
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Mark Stratton Feb 11
- the mine that sparked war between & . Rusting skeletons of conflict in this colossal copper and gold mine. Symbol of renewal for in waiting or a revisit to past strife?
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Mark Stratton Feb 12
living is a hot topic. But communities live in harmony with nature on In Topinah villagers' multicrop vanilla on cocoa trees with coconut fertiliser and live a largely diet
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