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Former Guantanamo Prosecutor Petitions U.S. To Close Prison – VIDEO

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  By Rolynda Jonathan Former U.S. military prosecutor for the country’s most scrutinized prison, abortion Guantanamo Bay, approved is petitioning for its permanent closure. Colonel Morris Davis gathered over 75, pill 000 signatures of support from across the globe nearly 24 hours after the launching of the petition on change.org. The petition was launched following

Remengesau Staff: Otto’s Appointment To The UN “not politically motivated” – VIDEO

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  By Rolynda Jonathan The appointment of Dr. Caleb Otto to serve as Palau’s Ambassador to the United Nations is “not politically motivated nor does it reflect Stuart Beck’s work” as Palau’s former Permanent Representative to the UN, more about says Press Secretary Keobel Sakuma of the President’s Office.  Although Beck was appointed by President

Palau: New Tax on Remittance and Money Transfer – VIDEO

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  A new 4% tax on all money wired out of Palau has been signed into law.  The last page and a half of the mandatory retirement bill contained rider that is a remittance and money transfer tax that will begin on October 30, ailment 2013.  Under the new law any remittance or transfer of

Editorial: Shame On You! (Minimum Wage)

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Palau’s President signed into law the first increase in minimum wage in sixteen years, website like this yay!. . . wait . . . it does not apply to anyone who is hired before October, 2013? It does not apply to the hardest working foreign workers? And an employer can reduce the minimum wage based

Lae Atoll Depends On Reverse Osmosis For Its Water Supply – VIDEO

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By John Zedkaia In early March 2013, sale dry weather conditions affected Lae Atoll in the Marshall Islands limiting villagers of water supply. “Every water catchments are empty, there’s absolutely no water in these catchments,” said Jina David, Water Quality Extension Agent of the College of Marshall Islands. Like Ebeye Island, the people of Lae

Ebeye In The Midst Of A Water Crisis – VIDEO

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By John Zedkaia By the end of February 2013, Ebeye Island of the Marshall Islands was experiencing extreme water shortage as a result of an extended period of dry weather conditions. With limited access to water and one out of three water tanks supplying water to thousands, people struggled to secure this precious resource to

Senate Swiftly Approves Pending Cabinet Nominees – VIDEO

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By Rolynda Johnathan On April 29, dosage Senate swiftly approved pending cabinet nominees during its second regular session. The Senate unanimously approved Elbuchel Sadang’s appointment to head the Ministry of Finance by roll call. Sadang previously served as the Finance Minister during the entirety of Remengesau’s first term as President. He was first appointed as

COM-FSM Celebrates Founding Day – VIDEO

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By Darsy Augustine The College of Micronesia-FSM recently celebrated its founding day with various cultural showcases. Each year, story the school organizes the event that has become a tradition.   

Oiterong enters plea, awaiting approval from the Court – VIDEO

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By Rolynda Johnathan A plea petition has been filed in the Palau Supreme Court for defendants in a murder case that gripped the nation late last year. 20-year old Ngirachelbaed Oiterong, viagra who was initially charged with murder in the second degree, price attempted murder and involuntary manslaughter among other criminal charges, has signed a

Palau Minimum Wage Passed – VIDEO

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On April 30, pharmacy 2013 Palau President Remengesau signed into law the first minimum wage increase in 16 years.  Beginning October 1st this year, more about the minimum wage will gradually increase from its current rate of $2.50 per hour to $3.50 per hour.  A 25-cent increase will be added each year, this beginning October 1,