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Police arrest scores of refugees in Nauru

Updated 4 March 2015, 17:59 AEDT

Police on Nauru have arrested scores of refugees, possibly up to a hundred, in the wake of recent protests.

Governor and legislators in American Samoa can't agree on new banking

Updated 4 March 2015, 10:41 AEDT

The government of American Samoa is edging closer to establishing its own bank, but the Legislature is at odds with the Governor over the operation of the board.

Fijian PM Bainimarama mounts strong defence of human rights record at UN

Updated 3 March 2015, 10:14 AEDT

Fiji's Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama has outlined his country's progress towards improving human rights in his country.

Refugees released from Nauru detention protest slave-like conditions

Updated 2 March 2015, 17:43 AEDT

Refugees on Nauru say they will continue to protest against what they say are slave-like living conditions on the remote Pacific island.

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