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Aust offers its intelligence resources to help track down detained Fijian soldiers
Australia has offered its intelligence resources to help the United Nations track down the 45 Fijian UN peacekeepers kidnapped by al‑Qaeda linked terrorists in Syria. They have been missing since Thursday and their whereabouts is unknown. Channel 9 News reports that Australian Foreign Minister, Julie Bishop discussed the situation with UN S
Bainimarama and Ro Teimumu Kepa talkback confirmed for 14th of September
The Leader of the FijiFirst, Voreqe Bainimarama has confirmed that he is ready to appear with the Social...
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Al-Nusra Front rebels place their demand for release of 45 Fijian soldiers
The Al-Nusra Front rebels have placed their demand on the table for the release of the 45 Fijian Soldiers...
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Parties make declarations to Registrar of Political Parties
The Registrar of Political Parties Mohammed Saneem will soon verify the declarations of income, assets...
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General election is only a contest between FijiFirst and SODELPA - Bainimarama
FijiFirst Leader Voreqe Bainimarama said that this month’s general election is only a contest...
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Northland hopes to upset Nadroga at second challenge of Farebrother Trophy

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