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BRITAIN-ROYALS/NEWZEALAND
RTX79CT1
November 17, 2019
Members of the Niue RSA New Zealand perform as they wait for the arrival of Prince Charles and his wife...
Auckland, New Zealand
Britain’s Prince Charles and his wife Camilla visit Auckland, New Zealand
Members of the Niue RSA New Zealand perform as they wait for the arrival of Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall for a wreath laying ceremony at Mt Roskill in Auckland, New Zealand November 18, 2019. REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy
BRITAIN-ROYALS/NEWZEALAND
RTX79CRD
November 17, 2019
Members of the Niue RSA New Zealand perform as they wait for the arrival of Prince Charles and his wife...
Auckland, New Zealand
Britain’s Prince Charles and his wife Camilla visit Auckland, New Zealand
Members of the Niue RSA New Zealand perform as they wait for the arrival of Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall to attend a wreath laying ceremony at Mt Roskill in Auckland, New Zealand November 18, 2019. REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy
BRITAIN-ROYALS/NEWZEALAND
RTX79CPP
November 17, 2019
Prince Charles is given gifts by members of the Niue RSA New Zealand as she attends a wreath laying ceremony...
Auckland, New Zealand
Britain’s Prince Charles and his wife Camilla visit Auckland, New Zealand
Prince Charles is given gifts by members of the Niue RSA New Zealand as she attends a wreath laying ceremony at Mt Roskill in Auckland, New Zealand November 18, 2019. REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy
BRITAIN-ROYALS/NEWZEALAND
RTX79COM
November 17, 2019
Members of the Niue RSA New Zealand perform as they wait for the arrival of Prince Charles and his wife...
Auckland, New Zealand
Britain’s Prince Charles and his wife Camilla visit Auckland, New Zealand
Members of the Niue RSA New Zealand perform as they wait for the arrival of Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall to attend a wreath laying ceremony at Mt Roskill in Auckland, New Zealand November 18, 2019. REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy
BRITAIN-ROYALS/NEWZEALAND
RTX79COI
November 17, 2019
Prince Charles is given gifts by members of the Niue RSA New Zealand as she attends a wreath laying ceremony...
Auckland, New Zealand
Britain’s Prince Charles and his wife Camilla visit Auckland, New Zealand
Prince Charles is given gifts by members of the Niue RSA New Zealand as she attends a wreath laying ceremony at Mt Roskill in Auckland, New Zealand November 18, 2019. REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy
BRITAIN-ROYALS/NEWZEALAND
RTX79COE
November 17, 2019
Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall is given gifts by members of the Niue RSA New Zealand as she attends...
Auckland, New Zealand
Britain’s Prince Charles and his wife Camilla visit Auckland, New Zealand
Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall is given gifts by members of the Niue RSA New Zealand as she attends a wreath laying ceremony at Mt Roskill in Auckland, New Zealand November 18, 2019. REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy
BRITAIN-ROYALS/NEWZEALAND
RTX79CMN
November 17, 2019
Members of the Niue RSA New Zealand perform as they wait for the arrival of Prince Charles and his wife...
Auckland, New Zealand
Britain’s Prince Charles and his wife Camilla visit Auckland, New Zealand
Members of the Niue RSA New Zealand perform as they wait for the arrival of Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Dutches of Cornwall to attend a wreath laying ceremony at Mt Roskill in Auckland, New Zealand November 18, 2019. REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy
BRITAIN-ROYALS/NEWZEALAND
RTX79CML
November 17, 2019
Members of the Niue RSA New Zealand perform as they wait for the arrival of Prince Charles and his wife...
Auckland, New Zealand
Britain’s Prince Charles and his wife Camilla visit Auckland, New Zealand
Members of the Niue RSA New Zealand perform as they wait for the arrival of Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Dutches of Cornwall to attend a wreath laying ceremony at Mt Roskill in Auckland, New Zealand November 18, 2019. REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy
BRITAIN-ROYALS/NEWZEALAND
RTX79CM8
November 17, 2019
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Dutches of Cornwall are greeted by members of the Niue RSA New...
Auckland, New Zealand
Britain’s Prince Charles and his wife Camilla visit Auckland, New Zealand
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Dutches of Cornwall are greeted by members of the Niue RSA New Zealand as they attend a wreath laying ceremony at Mt Roskill in Auckland, New Zealand November 18, 2019. REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy
GAMES-COMMONWEALTH/
RTX5HJ3X
April 06, 2018
Lawn Bowls - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Men's Triples Sectional Play - New Zealand v Niue -...
Gold Coast, Australia
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
Lawn Bowls - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Men's Triples Sectional Play - New Zealand v Niue - Broadbeach - Gold Coast, Australia - April 6, 2018 - Mike Nagy, Paul Girdler and Ali Forsyth of New Zealand. REUTERS/Jeremy Lee
GAMES-COMMONWEALTH/
RTX5GB9A
April 04, 2018
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Opening ceremony - Carrara Stadium - Gold Coast, Australia - April...
Gold Coast, Australia
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Opening ceremony - Carrara Stadium - Gold Coast, Australia - April 4, 2018 - Pau Blumsky of Niue carries the national flag during the opening ceremony. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT-GAMES/
RTR409U1
July 27, 2014
Niue's Jack Feleti reacts as he drops the bar during an attempt in the men's 77kg clean and jerk weightlifting...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Niue's Feleti reacts as he drops the bar during an attempt in the men's 77kg clean and jerk weightlifting...
Niue's Jack Feleti reacts as he drops the bar during an attempt in the men's 77kg clean and jerk weightlifting competition at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, July 27, 2014. REUTERS/Jim Young (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT WEIGHTLIFTING)
SPORT-GAMES/
RTR400AJ
July 24, 2014
Niue Island's Frederick Tafatu casts a shadow as he competes during the Men's Pairs Lawn Bowling competition...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Niue Island's Frederick Tafatu casts a shadow as he competes during the Men's Pairs Lawn Bowling competition...
Niue Island's Frederick Tafatu casts a shadow as he competes during the Men's Pairs Lawn Bowling competition against New Zealand at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, July 24, 2014. REUTERS/Jim Young (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT)
IRELAND/
RTR3G4MJ
March 06, 2014
Ukraine's Vitaly Klitschko arrives at the European People's Party (EPP) Elections Congress in Dublin...
Dublin, Niue
Ukraine's Klitschko arrives at the European People's Party (EPP) Elections Congress in Dublin
Ukraine's Vitaly Klitschko arrives at the European People's Party (EPP) Elections Congress in Dublin March 6, 2014. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (IRELAND - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
PAKISTAN/
RTR3CFKH
January 14, 2013
A supporter of Muhammad Tahirul Qadri, leader of Minhaj-ul-Quran, carries his blanket as he arrives to...
Islamabad, multiple countries
Supporter of Sufi cleric Qadri arrives for a protest in Islamabad
A supporter of Muhammad Tahirul Qadri, leader of Minhaj-ul-Quran, carries his blanket as he arrives to take part in a protest in Islamabad January 14, 2013. Thousands of Pakistanis are beginning to converge in the capital in anticipation of a protest against the government's corruption and inefficiency led by Sufi cleric Qadri. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION CIVIL UNREST)
PAKISTAN/
RTR3CFKB
January 14, 2013
Supporters of Muhammad Tahirul Qadri, leader of Minhaj-ul-Quran, are seen next to a banner during a protest...
Islamabad, Niue
Supporters of Sufi cleric Qadri are seen next to a banner during a protest in Islamabad
Supporters of Muhammad Tahirul Qadri, leader of Minhaj-ul-Quran, are seen next to a banner during a protest in Islamabad January 14, 2013. Thousands of Pakistanis are beginning to converge in the capital in anticipation of a protest against the government's corruption and inefficiency led by Sufi cleric Qadri. The banner reads: "Don't save politics, save the state". REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra(PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION CIVIL UNREST)
PAKISTAN/
RTR3CFK0
January 14, 2013
A girl holds a photograph of Muhammad Tahirul Qadri, leader of Minhaj-ul-Quran, during a protest in Islamabad...
Islamabad, Niue
A girl holds a photograph of Sufi cleric Qadri during a protest in Islamabad
A girl holds a photograph of Muhammad Tahirul Qadri, leader of Minhaj-ul-Quran, during a protest in Islamabad January 14, 2013. Thousands of Pakistanis are beginning to converge in the capital in anticipation of a protest against the government's corruption and inefficiency led by Sufi cleric Qadri. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION CIVIL UNREST)
GAMES/
RTXT9MI
October 10, 2010
Narita Viliamu of Niue reacts after a failed attempt in the women's 75kg weightlifting event during the...
New Delhi, India
Viliamu reacts after a failed attempt in the women's 75kg weightlifting event during the Commonwealth...
Narita Viliamu of Niue reacts after a failed attempt in the women's 75kg weightlifting event during the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi October 10, 2010. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (INDIA - Tags: SPORT WEIGHTLIFTING)
GAMES/
RTXT9M8
October 10, 2010
Narita Viliamu of Niue falls while lifting in the women's 75kg weightlifting event during the Commonwealth...
New Delhi, India
Viliamu falls while lifting in the women's 75kg weightlifting event during the Commonwealth Games in...
Narita Viliamu of Niue falls while lifting in the women's 75kg weightlifting event during the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi October 10, 2010. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (INDIA - Tags: SPORT WEIGHTLIFTING)
RUGBY/
RTR29UG9
February 05, 2010
New Zealand's Save Tokula (R) beats Niue's Afe Leona as he scores a try during their international rugby...
Wellington, New Zealand
New Zealand's Tokula beats Niue's Leona as he scores a try during their international rugby sevens pool...
New Zealand's Save Tokula (R) beats Niue's Afe Leona as he scores a try during their international rugby sevens pool match in Wellington, February 5, 2010. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: SPORT RUGBY)
RUGBY/
RTR29UG7
February 05, 2010
New Zealand's Save Tokula (L) fends off Niue's Afe Leona as he scores a try during their international...
Wellington, New Zealand
New Zealand's Tokula fends off Niue's Leona as he scores a try during their international rugby sevens...
New Zealand's Save Tokula (L) fends off Niue's Afe Leona as he scores a try during their international rugby sevens pool match in Wellington February 5, 2010. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: SPORT RUGBY)
RUGBY/
RTR29UG5
February 05, 2010
New Zealand's Sherwin Stowers (top) is tackled by Niue's Hayden Head during their international rugby...
Wellington, New Zealand
New Zealand's Stowers is tackled by Niue's Head during their international rugby sevens pool match in...
New Zealand's Sherwin Stowers (top) is tackled by Niue's Hayden Head during their international rugby sevens pool match in Wellington February 5, 2010. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: SPORT RUGBY)
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17J8L
March 23, 2006
Niue's Jody Laufoli makes an unsuccessful clean and jerk attempt in the men's over 105kg class weightlifting...
Melbourne, Australia
Niues Laufoli makes unsuccessful clean and jerk attempt in mens over 105kg weightlifting in Melbourne...
Niue's Jody Laufoli makes an unsuccessful clean and jerk attempt in the men's over 105kg class weightlifting event at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 23, 2006. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17J8B
March 23, 2006
Niue's Jody Laufoli makes an unsuccessful snatch attempt in the men's over 105kg class weightlifting...
Melbourne, Australia
Niues Laufoli makes unsuccessful snatch attempt in mens over 105kg weightlifting in Melbourne
Niue's Jody Laufoli makes an unsuccessful snatch attempt in the men's over 105kg class weightlifting event at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 23, 2006. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17J74
March 23, 2006
Niue Islands's Leon Tomailuga makes an unsuccessful snatch attempt at 106kg in the men's over-105kg class...
Melbourne, Australia
Niue Islands's Tomailuga makes unsuccessful snatch attempt in men's over-105kg class weightlifting at...
Niue Islands's Leon Tomailuga makes an unsuccessful snatch attempt at 106kg in the men's over-105kg class weightlifting at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 23, 2006. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17HQ8
March 22, 2006
Niue Island's Sioe Haioti reacts after failing a lift during the women' s +75kg class of weightlifting...
Melbourne, Australia
Niue Island's Haioti reacts after failing lift during women' s +75kg class of weightlifting at Commonwealth...
Niue Island's Sioe Haioti reacts after failing a lift during the women' s +75kg class of weightlifting at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 22, 2006. REUTERS/David Callow
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17HQ7
March 22, 2006
Niue Island's Sioe Haioti fails to lift during the women' s +75kg class of weightlifting at the Commonwealth...
Melbourne, Australia
Niue Island's Haioti fails to lift during women' s +75kg class of weightlifting at Commonwealth Games...
Niue Island's Sioe Haioti fails to lift during the women' s +75kg class of weightlifting at the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne March 22, 2006. REUTERS/David Callow
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17A1X
March 17, 2006
The Niue rugby team perform a war dance led by Kristofferson Sionetama (2nd R) after losing their bowl...
Melbourne, Australia
Niue rugby team perform a war dance after losing their bowl quarterfinal in the Commonwealth Games Rugby...
The Niue rugby team perform a war dance led by Kristofferson Sionetama (2nd R) after losing their bowl quarterfinal in the Commonwealth Games Rugby 7s to Kenya in Melbourne March 17, 2006. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR17A1J
March 17, 2006
The Niue rugby team perform a war dance led by Kristofferson Sionetama (C) after losing their bowl quarterfinal...
Melbourne, Australia
Niue rugby team perform war dance after losing bowl quarterfinal in Commonwealth Games Rugby sevens in...
The Niue rugby team perform a war dance led by Kristofferson Sionetama (C) after losing their bowl quarterfinal in the Commonwealth Games Rugby sevens to Kenya in Melbourne March 17, 2006. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR177YH
March 16, 2006
Canada's David Moonlight (L) fends off Niue's Emani Fakaotimanava-Lui in their Commonwealth Games Rugby...
Melbourne, Australia
Canada's Moonlight fends off Niue's defence in Commonwealth Games Rugby Sevens match in Melbourne
Canada's David Moonlight (L) fends off Niue's Emani Fakaotimanava-Lui in their Commonwealth Games Rugby Sevens match in Melbourne March 16, 2006. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
SPORT COMMONWEALTH
RTR177YC
March 16, 2006
Canada's David Moonlight (L) fends off Niue's Emani Fakaotimanava-Lui in their Commonwealth Games Rugby...
Melbourne, Australia
Canada's Moonlight fends off Niue's defence in Commonwealth Games Rugby Sevens match in Melbourne
Canada's David Moonlight (L) fends off Niue's Emani Fakaotimanava-Lui in their Commonwealth Games Rugby Sevens match in Melbourne March 16, 2006. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
AUSTRALIA
RTR177KH
March 16, 2006
Niue's Afele Leona scores a try against Scotland in Commonwealth Games Rugby 7's action in Melbourne...
Melbourne, Australia
Niue's Afele Leona scores a try against Scotland in Commonwealth Games Rugby 7s action in Melbourne
Niue's Afele Leona scores a try against Scotland in Commonwealth Games Rugby 7's action in Melbourne March 16, 2006. The first round game was won by Scotland. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
SPORT RUGBY NEW ZEALAND
RTR15TAC
February 03, 2006
France's Jacques Boussuge (L) goes around Niue's Poi Okesene to score a try in a first round match at...
Wellington, New Zealand
France's Boussuge scores a try aginst Niue's Okesene in a first round match at the International sevens...
France's Jacques Boussuge (L) goes around Niue's Poi Okesene to score a try in a first round match at the International sevens rugby tournament at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand February 3, 2006. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
SPORT RUGBY NATIONS
RTR15TAA
February 03, 2006
France's Julien Malzieu (R) fends off Niue's Kristian Helagi in a first round match at the International...
Wellington, New Zealand
France's Malzieu fends off Niue's Helagi in a first round match at the International sevens rugby tournament...
France's Julien Malzieu (R) fends off Niue's Kristian Helagi in a first round match at the International sevens rugby tournament at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand February 3, 2006. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
SPORT RUGBY NEW ZEALAND
RTR15T7K
February 03, 2006
France's Renaud Dulin (R) beats the tackle of Niue's Richard Hipa in a first round match in the International...
Wellington, New Zealand
France's Renaud Dulin beats the tackle of Niue's Richard Hipa in a first round match in Wellington
France's Renaud Dulin (R) beats the tackle of Niue's Richard Hipa in a first round match in the International sevens rugby tournament at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, February 3, 2006. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
PACIFIC FORUM
RTR1A8GU
October 27, 2005
Prime Minister of Australia John Howard (C) speaks to the media after the South Pacific Forum in Papua...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Australian PM Howard speaks after the South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital Port Moresby
Prime Minister of Australia John Howard (C) speaks to the media after the South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital Port Moresby October 27, 2005. Leaders from the 16 South Pacific nations held the summit over the past two days, agreeing to adopt what has been called a "Pacific Plan" leading to regional cooperation and a pooling of resources in an effort to combat bird flu and terrorism, adding that a counter-terrorism exercise is planned in Fiji in November. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
RTR1A7R0
October 27, 2005
Prime Minister of Australia John Howard speaks after the South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Australian PM Howard speaks after the South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital city of Port...
Prime Minister of Australia John Howard speaks after the South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital Port Moresby October 27, 2005. Leaders from the 16 South Pacific nations held the summit over the past two days, agreeing to adopt what has been called a "Pacific Plan" leading to regional cooperation and a pooling of resources in an effort to combat bird flu and terrorism, adding that a counter-terrorism exercise is planned in Fiji in November. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
RTR1A7QU
October 27, 2005
Prime Minister of New Zealand Helen Clark (L) talks to an advisor during the South Pacific Forum in Papua...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
New Zealand's PM Clark talks to advisor during South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital Port...
Prime Minister of New Zealand Helen Clark (L) talks to an advisor during the South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital Port Moresby October 27, 2005. Leaders from the 16 South Pacific nations held the summit over the past two days, agreeing to adopt what has been called a "Pacific Plan" leading to regional cooperation and a pooling of resources in an effort to combat bird flu and terrorism, adding that a counter-terrorism exercise is planned in Fiji in November. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
RTR1A6ZW
October 27, 2005
Government leaders from 16 South Pacific nations attend the South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Government leaders from South Pacific nations attend South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital...
Government leaders from 16 South Pacific nations attend the South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital city Port Moresby October 27, 2005. Leaders from the nations held the summit over the past two days, agreeing to adopt what has been called a "Pacific Plan" leading to regional cooperation and a pooling of resources in an effort to combat bird flu and terrorism, adding that a counter-terrorism exercise is planned in Fiji in November. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. REUTERS/David Gray
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
RTXNWFM
October 25, 2005
A Papua New Guinean warrior dancer from Ambasi Island wears a sea-shell called a "Pako" in his mouth...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
A Papua New Guinean warrior dancer from Ambasi Island wears a sea-shell called a "Pako" in his mouth.....
A Papua New Guinean warrior dancer from Ambasi Island wears a sea-shell called a "Pako" in his mouth whilst performing in the opening ceremony of the South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital Port Moresby October 25, 2005. [Leaders from 16 South Pacific nations will this week hold a summit in the crime-ridden capital city, where murders and rapes have tripled this year, focusing on regional and local security. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages.]
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
RTXNWFL
October 25, 2005
A Papua New Guinean warrior dancer from Ambasi Island wears a sea-shell called a "Pako" in his mouth...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
A Papua New Guinean warrior dancer from Ambasi Island wears a sea-shell called a "Pako" in his mouth.....
A Papua New Guinean warrior dancer from Ambasi Island wears a sea-shell called a "Pako" in his mouth whilst performing in the opening ceremony of the South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital Port Moresby October 25, 2005. [Leaders from 16 South Pacific nations will this week hold a summit in the crime-ridden capital city, where murders and rapes have tripled this year, focusing on regional and local security. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages.]
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
RTXNWFK
October 25, 2005
A Papua New Guinean dancer from the New Ireland province wears a red "Tang Tang" mouthpiece (R) as others...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
A Papua New Guinean dancer from the New Ireland province wears a red "Tang Tang" mouthpiece (R) as o.....
A Papua New Guinean dancer from the New Ireland province wears a red "Tang Tang" mouthpiece (R) as others dress in palm leaves as "Tumbjan" spirits during the opening ceremony of South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital city Port Moresby October 25, 2005. [Leaders from 16 South Pacific nations will this week hold a summit in the crime-ridden capital city, where murders and rapes have tripled this year, focusing on regional and local security. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. The Forum is expected to adopt a "Pacific Plan" of regional cooperation in areas such as security, aviation and trade, in what one diplomat called a South Pacific version of an informal European Union.]
PACIFIC FORUM
RTR1A0OS
October 25, 2005
Papua New Guinean dancers from the New Ireland Province hold spears whilst dressed in palm leaves as...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinean dancers perform during opening ceremony of South Pacific Forum in Port Moresby
Papua New Guinean dancers from the New Ireland Province hold spears whilst dressed in palm leaves as "Tumbjan" spirits, during the opening ceremony of South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital Port Moresby October 25, 2005. Leaders from 16 South Pacific nations will this week hold a summit in the crime-ridden capital city, where murders and rapes have tripled this year, focusing on regional and local security. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
RTR1A0MR
October 25, 2005
A Papua New Guinean dancer from the New Ireland province wears a red "Tang Tang" mouthpiece (R) as others...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinean dancers wears red mouthpiece as others dress in palm leaves during opening ceremony...
A Papua New Guinean dancer from the New Ireland province wears a red "Tang Tang" mouthpiece (R) as others dress in palm leaves as "Tumbjan" spirits during the opening ceremony of South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital city Port Moresby October 25, 2005. Leaders from 16 South Pacific nations will this week hold a summit in the crime-ridden capital city, where murders and rapes have tripled this year, focusing on regional and local security. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. The Forum is expected to adopt a "Pacific Plan" of regional cooperation in areas such as security, aviation and trade, in what one diplomat called a South Pacific version of an informal European Union. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
RTR1A0MM
October 25, 2005
Australia's Prime Minister John Howard (L) shakes hands with his New Zealand counterpart Helen Clark...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Australian PM Howard shakes hands with New Zealand PM Clark during opening ceremony of South Pacific...
Australia's Prime Minister John Howard (L) shakes hands with his New Zealand counterpart Helen Clark during the opening ceremony of South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital Port Moresby October 25, 2005. Leaders from 16 South Pacific nations will this week hold a summit in the crime-ridden capital city, where murders and rapes have tripled this year, focusing on regional and local security. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
RTR1A08W
October 25, 2005
A Papua New Guinean warrior dancer from Ambasi Island wears a sea-shell called a "Pako" in his mouth...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinean warrior dancer wears "Pako" in his mouth whilst performing during opening ceremony...
A Papua New Guinean warrior dancer from Ambasi Island wears a sea-shell called a "Pako" in his mouth whilst performing in the opening ceremony of the South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital Port Moresby October 25, 2005. Leaders from 16 South Pacific nations will this week hold a summit in the crime-ridden capital city, where murders and rapes have tripled this year, focusing on regional and local security. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
RTR19ZUQ
October 25, 2005
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (C) and his wife Janette (R) walk with Papua New Guinea Prime Minister...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Australian PM Howard and his wife Janette arrive in the capital of Port Moresby
Australian Prime Minister John Howard (C) and his wife Janette (R) walk with Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Michael Somare (L) after arriving in the capital of Port Moresby, October 25, 2005 for the start of the South Pacific Forum. Leaders from 16 South Pacific nations will this week hold a summit in the crime-ridden capital city, where murders and rapes have tripled this year, focusing on regional and local security. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. The Forum is expected to adopt a "Pacific Plan" of regional cooperation in areas such as security, aviation and trade, in what one diplomat called a South Pacific version of an informal European Union. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
RTR19ZQ4
October 25, 2005
Traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancers from the Southern Highland's province of Milne Bay dance...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinean dancers greet Australian PM Howard in Port Moresby
Traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancers from the Southern Highland's province of Milne Bay dance as they greet Australian Prime Minister John Howard upon his arrival in the capital city of Port Moresby for the start of the South Pacific Forum October 25, 2005 for the start of the South Pacific Forum. Leaders from 16 South Pacific nations will this week hold a summit in the crime-ridden capital city, where murders and rapes have tripled this year, focusing on regional and local security. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. The Forum is expected to adopt a "Pacific Plan" of regional cooperation in areas such as security, aviation and trade, in what one diplomat called a South Pacific version of an informal European Union. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
RTR19ZKA
October 25, 2005
A Papua New Guinean warrior dancer from Ambasi Island wears a sea-shell called a "Pako" in his mouth...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinean warrior dancer wears "Pako" in his mouth whilst performing during opening ceremony...
A Papua New Guinean warrior dancer from Ambasi Island wears a sea-shell called a "Pako" in his mouth whilst performing in the opening ceremony of the South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital Port Moresby October 25, 2005. Leaders from 16 South Pacific nations will this week hold a summit in the crime-ridden capital city, where murders and rapes have tripled this year, focusing on regional and local security. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
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October 25, 2005
New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark (R) is presented with a floral necklace during the opening ceremony...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark is presented with floral necklace during opening ceremony of South...
New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark (R) is presented with a floral necklace during the opening ceremony of the South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital city Port Moresby October 25, 2005. Leaders from 16 South Pacific nations will this week hold a summit in the crime-ridden capital city, focusing on regional and local security. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. The Forum is expected to adopt a "Pacific Plan" of regional cooperation in areas such as security, aviation and trade, in what one diplomat called a South Pacific version of an informal European Union. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
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October 25, 2005
New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark (R) is presented with a floral necklace during the opening ceremony...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark is presented with floral necklace during opening ceremony of South...
New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark (R) is presented with a floral necklace during the opening ceremony of the South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital city Port Moresby October 25, 2005. Leaders from 16 South Pacific nations will this week hold a summit in the crime-ridden capital city, focusing on regional and local security. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. The Forum is expected to adopt a "Pacific Plan" of regional cooperation in areas such as security, aviation and trade, in what one diplomat called a South Pacific version of an informal European Union. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
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October 25, 2005
A Papua New Guinean dancer from the Morobe Province wears a head dress called a "Kangar", made from bird's...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinean dancer wears head dress called "kangar" while performing during opening ceremony of...
A Papua New Guinean dancer from the Morobe Province wears a head dress called a "Kangar", made from bird's feathers, as a storm cloud gathers behind during a performance in the opening ceremony of South Pacific Forum in Port Moresby October 25, 2005. Leaders from 16 South Pacific nations will this week hold a summit in the crime-ridden capital city, where murders and rapes have tripled this year, focusing on regional and local security. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
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October 25, 2005
Papua New Guinean dancers from the New Ireland Province hold an axe and dress in palm leaves as "Tumbjan"...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinean dancers perform during opening ceremony of South Pacific Forum in Port Moresby
Papua New Guinean dancers from the New Ireland Province hold an axe and dress in palm leaves as "Tumbjan" spirits during the opening ceremony of South Pacific Forum in Papua New Guinea's capital Port Moresby October 25, 2005. Leaders from 16 South Pacific nations will this week hold a summit in the crime-ridden capital city, where murders and rapes have tripled this year, focusing on regional and local security. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
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October 25, 2005
Traditionally dressed Southern Highland dancers greet Australian Prime Minister John Howard (with garland)...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Southern Highland dancers greet Australian PM Howard and his Papua New Guinean counterpart Somare in...
Traditionally dressed Southern Highland dancers greet Australian Prime Minister John Howard (with garland) as he walks with his Papua New Guinean counterpart Michael Somare (L) after arriving in Port Moresby, October 25, 2005, for the start of the South Pacific Forum. Leaders from 16 South Pacific nations will this week hold a summit in the crime-ridden capital city, where murders and rapes have tripled this year, focusing on regional and local security. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and cover over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. The Forum is expected to adopt a "Pacific Plan" of regional cooperation in areas such as security, aviation and trade, in what one diplomat called a South Pacific version of an informal European Union. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
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October 23, 2005
Local residents walk past a heavily secured store with a dead tree arching over it's roof in the Papua...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Local residents walk past a heavily secured store in the Papua New Guinea capital of Port Moresby
Local residents walk past a heavily secured store with a dead tree arching over it's roof in the Papua New Guinea capital of Port Moresby October 23, 2005. Leaders from 16 South Pacific nations will hold a summit this week in Port Moresby, where murders and rapes have tripled this year, focusing on regional and local security. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and covers over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. The Forum is expected to adopt a "Pacific Plan" of regional cooperation in areas such as security, aviation and trade, in what one diplomat called a South Pacific version of an informal European Union. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
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October 23, 2005
Local residents stand next to a burnt-out car in the Papua New Guinea capital of Port Moresby October...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Local residents stand next to a burnt-out car in the Papua New Guinea capital of Port Moresby
Local residents stand next to a burnt-out car in the Papua New Guinea capital of Port Moresby October 23, 2005. Leaders from 16 South Pacific nations will hold a summit this week in Port Moresby, where murders and rapes have tripled this year, focusing on regional and local security. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and covers over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. The Forum is expected to adopt a "Pacific Plan" of regional cooperation in areas such as security, aviation and trade, in what one diplomat called a South Pacific version of an informal European Union. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
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October 23, 2005
A young boy watches, through a barbed-wire fence, security guards as they stand in parade before the...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
A young boy watches security guards as they stand in parade before the start of their nightly patrols...
A young boy watches, through a barbed-wire fence, security guards as they stand in parade before the start of their nightly patrols in the Papua New Guinea capital of Port Moresby October 23, 2005. Leaders from 16 South Pacific nations will hold a summit this week in Port Moresby, where murders and rapes have tripled this year, focusing on regional and local security. Pacific Forum members range from Australia to the tiny island state of Niue and covers over 30 million sq km (11.6 million sq miles) of ocean, with more than 1,000 languages. The Forum is expected to adopt a "Pacific Plan" of regional cooperation in areas such as security, aviation and trade, in what one diplomat called a South Pacific version of an informal European Union. REUTERS/David Gray Pictures of the month October 2005
NEW ZEALAND
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April 06, 2004
Pacific nation leaders gather for a group portrait before the Pacific Leaders Forum at Government House...
Auckland, New Zealand
A GROUP PORTRAIT OF PARTICIPANTS AT THE PACIFIC LEADERS FORUM IN AUCKLAND.
Pacific nation leaders gather for a group portrait before the Pacific Leaders Forum at Government House in Auckland, New Zealand on April 6, 2004. The leaders are front row L-R Premier Young Vivian of Niue, Prime Minister Sir Michael Somare of Papua New Guinea, Prime Minister Helen Clark of New Zealand, Secretary General of the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat Greg Urwin, Acting Prime Minister William Clive Edwards of Tonga. Second row L-R Vice President HE Sandra Pierantozzi of Palau, Prime Minister Edward Natapei of Vanuatu, President HE Kessai Note of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, President HE Anote Tong of the Republic of Kiribati, Prime Minister Dr Robert Woonton of the Cook Islands, Vice President Redley Killion of the Federated States of Micronesia.
WEATHER NIUE
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January 09, 2004
A child holding his toys and an umbrella stands among the ruins in Alofi South on the island of Niue...
Alofi South, New Zealand
A CHILD STANDS AMONG RUINS FOLLOWING CYCLONE HETA ON THE PACIFIC ISLAND OF NIUE.
A child holding his toys and an umbrella stands among the ruins in Alofi South on the island of Niue January 9, 2004. The Pacific island of Niue, 2,700 km (1,675 miles) north east of New Zealand is recovering after being hit by cyclone Heta, the worst in living memory, which killed one person and prompted emergency aid from New Zealand and Australia. NEW ZEALAND OUT REUTERS/Kenny Roger/Pool PP04010053 WB/FA
WEATHER NIUE
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January 09, 2004
An Australian flag flies near the ruins of a house in Alofi South on the island of Niue January 9, 2004....
Alofi South, New Zealand
RUINS OF A HOUSE FOLLOWING AFTERMATH OF CYCLONE HETA ON PACIFIC ISLAND OF NIUE.
An Australian flag flies near the ruins of a house in Alofi South on the island of Niue January 9, 2004. The Pacific island of Niue, 2,700 km (1,675 miles) north east of New Zealand is recovering after being hit by cyclone Heta, the worst in living memory, which killed one person and prompted emergency aid from New Zealand and Australia. NEW ZEALAND OUT REUTERS/Kenny Roger/Pool WB/FA
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