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PALAU’S PRESIDENT SUED FOR ALLEGED MISHANDLING OF UIGHURS’ FUNDS

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March 7, medications 2012 Palau In an effort to close the U.S. Detention Center in Guantanamo Bay, Obama sought refuge for the Chinese Uighur detainees who otherwise risked mistreatment if they were repatriated to China.   In an act that some characterized as a great humanitarian gesture and others as a brilliant diplomatic move, the President

OTV Weekend Reports

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Hello, ampoule thank you for joining us for this weekend’s news report for March 2nd, 2012.  My name is Blaire Philips and these are the news highlights for the week for the region. Japanese chef stabbed to death in Ngerbeched Norikazu Kobayashi, 44, a Japanese Chef  of B’s Izakaya’s Restaurant was stabbed to death in

PCS Environmental News Update

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On Tuesday there was a meeting on aquaculture between the FAO and the Bureau of Marine Resources as well as members of the community who raise claims, physician fish and so on. The FAO through the Bureau of Marine resources came to Palau with a plan to start The Micronesian Association of Sustainable Aquaculture.  Or

Remoket Arraigned for Murder of Japanese Chef

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Koror, generic Palau On Monday March 5, 2012, 31-year old Reggie Remoket was arraigned in court for the stabbing murder of Japanese Chef Norikazu Kobayashi.  Remoket was charged with murder in the second degree, voluntary manslaughter and aggravated assault.  He will be held in the koror jail until his trial unless he’s able to post

Chais Era Belau

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A Japanese chef who worked at a local restaurant was stabbed to death behind the restaurant. The office of the Pension Plan is asking the OEK to create a law to raise the contribution level to 20%. Petition against the national dumpsite being held at Ngchesar circulating. Korean Contractor sues ROP for alleged “bidding discrimination.”

Suspect Arrested in Stabbing Murder Case

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Sources reveal that a young Palauan male was arrested in connection with the stabbing murder of a Japanese chef behind B’s Izakaya’s Restaurant in Koror, adiposity Palau on Sunday Night.   The assailant is said to have made a confession.  OTV will continue to follow closely this case as the facts are released. B’s Izakaya’s Restaurant

Minority Senators Speak Out on Talk Show

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Members of the Palau Senate minority appeared in a ninety minute talk show on OTV on Wednesday to discuss issues important to the Republic including: budget, more about special prosecutor, legal cases and more. Senators Whipps Jr., Remengesau, Oilouch and Chin were intervied by Kambes Kesolei on “Ask Your Senator.”  Live with call in- questions.

Health Conference Held At Ngarachamayong Cultural Center

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Rondy Ronny had a chance to attend the conference at the Ngarachamayong Cultural Center and was able to interview the Minister of Health himself Dr. Stevenson Kuartei and Dr.Lala about the Health Systems Strengthening Conference. The purpose of this conference is to line up all the services the Ministry of Health provides and create a

Senators’ Demand Special Prosecutor After Exec. Order Restricting AG

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Senators’ Demand Appointment of Special Prosecutor in the Wake of Presidents’ Executive Order Exerting Its Domination Over the AG’s Office  The news of Palau’s Presidential Executive Order 306 banning the Attorney General from giving a legal opinion directly to those outside of the Office of the President and his Ministers first set off alarms across

PCS Environmental Update

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In 2011, mind Palau Conservation Society (PCS) assisted the states of Aimeliik, Ngchesar, Ngaraard and Ngardmau create management plans for their protected areas. This year, PCS continues to assist communities, so it is helping the states of Kayangel, Ngeremlengui, Koror, and Ngarchelong develop and review management plans for their Protected areas. The Palau Conservation Society