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29 Apr. 2011
Women pause while selling vegetables, fish and other... more
SOLOMONISLANDS-MINING/
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29 Apr. 2011
Honiara, Solomon Islands
Women pause while selling vegetables, fish and other Melanesian staples in Honiara March 4, 2011. Solomon Islands can still count on strong demand for palm oil and copra -- the dried white flesh of the coconut used to make coconut oil -- even as its exports of timber and fish wane. Women cook yellow fish and burnt-black potatoes smouldering in roadside umu pits; men weighed down with coconuts and pineapples trek to village markets. Picture taken March 4. To match Feature SOLOMON ISLANDS-MINING/ REUTERS/James Regan (SOLOMON ISLANDS - Tags: BUSINESS)
SOLOMONS
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23 Jul. 2003
Two of three released hostages, Alfred Tony (L) and... more
PAPUA BOUGAINVILLE WAR
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13 May. 2001
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY PAPUA-BOUGAINVILLE-WAR,... more
FIJI
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20 Jul. 2000
A Fijian boy sells traditional combs for US$1 each... more
RTRCGW
21 Mar. 1996
A migrant shop owner takes what is left from his belongings... more
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19 Mar. 1996
Migrant residents walk past burnt-out vehicles in Abepura,... more
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19 Mar. 1996
An Irianese man walks past cars which were overturned... more
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19 Mar. 1996
Part of the central market in Abepura of Indonesia's... more
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