Tuesday 23rd May 2017

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Human Rights Watch calls for thorough investigation into "disturbing" prisoner deaths at Buimo Jail

International human rights organisations are calling for an independent inquiry into the recent mass jailbreak in Papua New Guinea, during which 17 inmates were shot dead.

Vanuatu soccer fans wait to see if local TV station can finally deliver live World Cup coverage

Opposition politicians have called for the entire board of Vanuatu's national broadcaster to be sacked, after fans were unable to watch the country's historic debut at the FIFA Under 20 World Cup in South Korea on local television.

Healthier food options for Vanuatu cyclone victims that also benefit local economy

In the wake of natural disasters in the Pacific, governments and NGOs often provide victims with canned fish, rice and noodles to survive on until food supplies return to normal.

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