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T-Rump: How the Media is Feeding the Beast

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Not as crazy as most believe, Trump is baiting the media to maintain his domination over domestic and international media worth millions of dollars of free advertising at every turn. With his carefully crafted comments, the big bad tyrannosaurus donkey-ass knows exactly what he is saying as he flies close to the politically incorrect flame

President Requests $80,000 to Settle Pablo Max Family Lawsuit Against the Government

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President Tommy Remengesau, Jr. has requested the Olbiil Era Kelulau to appropriate $80,000 to settle the civil lawsuit filed against the government by Pablo Max’s family. In January 2015, the estate of Pablo Max and his sister Dahlia Katosang sued the government, former Bureau of Public Safety Director Norvert Yano, and two prison officers Davis

Man Charged for Imprisoning and Sexually Assaulting Girlfriend

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The Attorney General’s Office filed criminal charges against a Palauan man on July 21, 2016 for allegedly imprisoning his girlfriend against her will. Anfion Ridep, who has been confined in Koror Jail since his arrest, is being accused of sexually assaulting, threatening and imprisoning his girlfriend. The victim identified in court documents as Larinda R.

VP Antonio Bells Release Public Statement on $1M Lawsuit Dismissal

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Vice President and Minister of Justice Antonio Bells released on Wed, May 11, 2016 his public statement detailing reasons why he withdrew his $1,000,000 lawsuit against former interim special prosecutor American attorney Melissa Simms, Attorney General John Bradley and Director of Public Safety Ismael Aguon. PUBLIC STATEMENT OF ANTONIO BELLS When I heard that ISP

International Aid Support Relief Efforts in Drought-Stricken Areas

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All incoming international aids are designated to provide relief to heavily affected areas in Palau. Olkeriil Kazuo, Press Secretary for Palau President and PIO of the National Emergency Committee (NEC) told OTV that majority of international aid and relief goods donated or committed to Palau are designated to provide relief to the most affected areas

Vacancy: Television Program and Traffic Manager

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Oceania Television Network (OTV) is searching for a candidate to fill the position of Television Program and Traffic Manager to be based in Palau. For interested applicants, more information about this position can be found at the link below: Television Program and Traffic Manager Vacancy

Op-Ed: The “Top 12” Reasons That Palau Needs Faster Internet

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Palau is slipping further and further into the technological dark ages while the leaders of this land debate the implementation of a fiber optic cable that would provide it much needed Internet access. Here are my top 12 reasons that Palau needs to implement this as quickly as possible (I was going to make it

Public Warned to Comply With New KSG Signage Law or Face Fines

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Signs displayed in foreign languages have increased significantly in the past few months particularly in Koror State, Palau’s commercial center. Beginning in July, the new Koror State law on signage will require individuals, businesses and corporations to translate signs written in foreign languages to Palau or English. “It is important to retain the cultural heritage

New ISP Case Filed: Former Palau VP Facing Criminal Charges

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Former Vice President and Minister of Finance of the Republic of Palau, who served under the Johnson Toribiong administration is facing serious criminal charges according to the Supreme Court Docket. Interim Special Prosecutor Robert Charles Lee filed three criminal charges against former VP Kerai Mariur on June 17, 2015, including one count of violation of

Pohnpei Governor Impeached by Legislature?

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Unconfirmed reports reaching OTV indicates that Governor John Ehsa of Pohnpei State, Federated States of Micronesia has been impeached by the state’s legislature. Ehsa was reportedly impeached during the state’s June 15, 2015 session when 19 Senators voted to pass the articles of impeachment. According to online information, the Governor must vacate his office immediately