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Kazakhstan and Fiji to sign visa-free regime
Kazakhstan has agreed to sign a agreement with the Republic of Fiji.
Australia, New Zealand lift travel sanctions on Fiji
Australia and New Zealand lifted all travel restrictions on senior Fijian officials Monday ahead of the South Pacific nation's return to democratic elections in September.
Fiji sets September 17 for return to democracy
Fiji's military rulers Friday set September 17 as the date for the South Pacific nation's first democratic elections in nearly eight years following a military coup.
9 Ambassadors to Kazakhstan present credentials
Kazakhstan Secretary of State Marat Tazhin has accepted the credentials from Ambassadors of Denmark, Uruguay. Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Bangladesh, Philippines, Zambia, Nigeria and Fiji.
Pacific faces big economic losses from climate change: ADB
The Pacific region faces serious economic losses due to climate change and it is critical that nations causing the problem step in to help, the Asian Development Bank said Tuesday.
Fiji minister cool on rejoining 'irrelevant' Commonwealth
Fiji's foreign minister has labelled the Commonwealth "irrelevant" and said the Pacific nation is in no hurry to rejoin the international organisation that suspended it four years ago.
EU climate chief says Pacific threat shows action needed
The threat that climate change poses to Pacific Island nations shows that international action on the issue is overdue.
Fiji confirms another 380 UN peacekeepers for Golan
Fiji has announced it will send a further 380 troops to join a UN peacekeeping force in the Golan Heights, lifting the Pacific nation's contribution to 562.
Amnesty calls on Fiji regime to investigate 'torture' video
Amnesty International called on Fiji's military regime to launch an urgent investigation Tuesday into an online video that appears to show two men being tortured by officials.
Fiji braces for destructive cyclone
Fijians living in low-lying areas were urged to flee to higher ground Saturday as a cyclone bore down on the Pacific nation after leaving a trail of destruction in Samoa with up to 10 feared dead.
Fiji dumps Queen's birthday holiday
Fiji's military regime has dumped Queen Elizabeth II's official birthday from its list of annual public holidays, saying it is no longer relevant to the former British colony.
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