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APEC-SUMMIT/
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November 16, 2018
A Papua New Guinean man wearing a shirt with Chinese and Papua New Guinea flags takes a cellphone photo...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
A Papua New Guinean man wearing a shirt with Chinese and Papua New Guinea flags takes a cellphone photo...
A Papua New Guinean man wearing a shirt with Chinese and Papua New Guinea flags takes a cellphone photo during a ceremony to mark the opening of Independence Boulevard in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, Friday, Nov. 16, 2018. Mark Schiefelbein/Pool via REUTERS
APEC-SUMMIT/
RTS266IM
November 16, 2018
People wave Papua New Guinean flags as they watch Chinese President Xi Jinping and Papua New Guinea's...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
People wave Papua New Guinean flags as they watch Chinese President Xi Jinping and Papua New Guinea's...
People wave Papua New Guinean flags as they watch Chinese President Xi Jinping and Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister Peter O'Neill travel in a motorcade along the newly-dedicated Independence Boulevard in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, Friday, Nov. 16, 2018. Mark Schiefelbein/Pool via REUTERS
ASEAN-PHILIPPINES/
RTS1AMMC
August 06, 2017
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha and Papua New Guinean...
Manila, Philippines
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha and Papua New Guinean...
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha and Papua New Guinean Foreign Minister Rimbink Pato link arms during the Gala Dinner of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) Foreign Ministers’ Meeting (AMM) and Related Meetings in Manila, Philippines August 6, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Cristino/Pool
PAPUA-PROTESTS/
RTSGU8Z
June 10, 2016
A Papua New Guinean, resident in Australia, participates in a protest against police violence earlier...
Sydney, Australia
A Papua New Guinean, resident in Australia, participates in a protest against police violence earlier...
A Papua New Guinean, resident in Australia, participates in a protest against police violence earlier in the week against university students in Port Moresby, outside the Papua New Guinea Consulate in Sydney, Australia, June 10, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
PAPUA-PROTESTS/
RTSGU8Y
June 10, 2016
Papua New Guinean mothers and sons, residents in Australia, participate in a protest against police violence...
Sydney, Australia
Papua New Guinean mothers and sons, residents in Australia, participate in a protest against police violence...
Papua New Guinean mothers and sons, residents in Australia, participate in a protest against police violence earlier in the week against university students in Port Moresby, outside the Papua New Guinea Consulate in Sydney, Australia, June 10, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
PAPUA-PROTESTS/
RTSGU86
June 10, 2016
A Papua New Guinean woman and her son, residents in Australia, participate in a protest against police...
Sydney, Australia
A Papua New Guinean woman and her son, residents in Australia, participate in a protest against police...
A Papua New Guinean woman and her son, residents in Australia, participate in a protest against police violence earlier in the week against university students in Port Moresby, outside the Papua New Guinea Consulate in Sydney, Australia, June 10, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Reed
ISRAEL/
RTXPDBK
October 06, 2009
A participant from Papua New Guinea takes part in an annual parade during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot...
Jerusalem, Israel
A participant from Papua New Guinea takes part in an annual parade during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot...
A participant from Papua New Guinea takes part in an annual parade during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot in Jerusalem October 6, 2009. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AIDS-CONFERENCE/
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July 23, 2007
A mother of a patient dying of HIV-AIDS holds a cloth she uses to try and cool her son in a ward at Port...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
File photo of a mother of a patient dying of HIV-AIDS trying to cool her son in a ward at Port Moresby's...
A mother of a patient dying of HIV-AIDS holds a cloth she uses to try and cool her son in a ward at Port Moresby's General Hospital in this October 28, 2005, file photo. The biggest challenge in the global fight against AIDS is no longer money for drug research and treatment but the lack of local health services in nations worst-hit by the disease, the World Bank said on Monday. REUTERS/David Gray/Files (PAPUA NEW GUINEA)
Society
Society
Crime in Papua New Guinea - 10 Nov 2005
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ENTERTAINMENT PNG
RTR1B2SD
October 28, 2005
A music artist plays a traditional Papua New Guinean instrument during a rehearsal session in Port Moresby,...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
To match feature ENTERTAINMENT-PNG
A music artist plays a traditional Papua New Guinean instrument during a rehearsal session in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea October 28, 2005. Some of Papua New Guinea's biggest selling music stars have had their careers interrupted by a stint behind bars for bank robbery, armed hold-up or theft. Their chart busting songs tell of a life of crime, often in Port Moresby where raskol (criminal) gangs rule a city which has had 114 murder so far this year, but also of freedom and love. Picture taken October 28, 2005. To match feature ENTERTAINMENT-PNG REUTERS/David Gray
PAPUA CRIME
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October 27, 2005
A victim of domestic violence shows her head wound patched up with tape in a women's shelter in Papua...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
To accompany feature Papua-Crime
A victim of domestic violence shows her head wound patched up with tape in a women's shelter in Papua New Guinea's capital city of Port Moresby October 27, 2005. Port Moresby has been rated the worst city in the world to live, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit. Moresby's only saving grace -- Baghdad was not included in the survey. So far this year there have been 114 murders, but only 23 arrests, and 151 rapes, and only 30 arrests. There have also been 577 robberies, 671 car thefts, 377 break-ins, 317 assaults and 28 abductions, according to police statistics. Picture taken October 27, 2005. To accompany feature Papua-Crime REUTERS/David Gray
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
RTXNWI3
October 25, 2005
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer with feathered head-dress greets [Australian Prime Minister...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer with feathered head-dress greets [Australian Prime .....
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer with feathered head-dress greets [Australian Prime Minister John Howard] upon his arrival in the capital city of Port Moresby, October 25, 2005. [Regional and local security issues will top the agenda when leaders from 16 South Pacific nations hold a summit this week in Port Moresby, the capital of Papua New Guinea, where murders and rapes have tripled this year.]
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
RTXNWFO
October 25, 2005
Traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancers from the Southern Highland's province of Milne Bay dance...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancers from the Southern Highland's province of Milne Bay d.....
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. [Regional and local security issues will top the agenda when leaders from 16 South Pacific nations hold a summit this week in Port Moresby, the capital of Papua New Guinea, where murders and rapes have tripled this year.]
PAPUA NEW GUINEA
RTXNWFN
October 25, 2005
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer from the Southern Highland's province of Milne Bay dances...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer from the Southern Highland's province of Milne Bay .....
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer from the Southern Highland's province of Milne Bay dances as he greets [Australian Prime Minister John Howard] upon his arrival in the capital city of Port Moresby October 25, 2005. [Regional and local security issues will top the agenda when leaders from 16 South Pacific nations hold a summit this week in Port Moresby, the capital of Papua New Guinea, where murders and rapes have tripled this year.]
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
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
RTR19ZWR
October 25, 2005
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer from the Southern Highland's province of Milne Bay dances...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer greets Australian PM Howard in Port Moresby
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer from the Southern Highland's province of Milne Bay dances to greet Australian Prime Minister John Howard upon his arrival in the capital city of Port Moresby, October 25, 2005. Regional and local security issues will top the agenda when leaders from 16 South Pacific nations hold a summit this week in Port Moresby, the capital of Papua New Guinea, where murders and rapes have tripled this year. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
RTR19ZUL
October 25, 2005
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer from the Southern Highland's province of Milne Bay dances...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer dances as he greets Australian Prime Minister Howard...
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer from the Southern Highland's province of Milne Bay dances as he greets Australian Prime Minister John Howard upon his arrival in the capital city of Port Moresby October 25, 2005. Regional and local security issues will top the agenda when leaders from 16 South Pacific nations hold a summit this week in Port Moresby, the capital of Papua New Guinea, where murders and rapes have tripled this year. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
RTR19ZUF
October 25, 2005
Traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancers from the Southern Highland's province of Milne Bay dance...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancers from the Southern Highland's province of Milne Bay dance...
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. Regional and local security issues will top the agenda when leaders from 16 South Pacific nations hold a summit this week in Port Moresby, the capital of Papua New Guinea, where murders and rapes have tripled this year. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
RTR19ZRN
October 25, 2005
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer with feathered head-dress greets Australian Prime Minister...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinean dancer wearing a feathered head-dress greets Australian PM Howard in Port Moresby
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer with feathered head-dress greets Australian Prime Minister John Howard upon his arrival in the capital city of Port Moresby, October 25, 2005. Regional and local security issues will top the agenda when leaders from 16 South Pacific nations hold a summit this week in Port Moresby, the capital of Papua New Guinea, where murders and rapes have tripled this year. 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
RTR19YQY
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
RTR19YQG
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
RTR19YGD
October 25, 2005
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer from the Southern Highland's province of Milne Bay dances...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer dances as he greets Australian Prime Minister Howard...
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer from the Southern Highland's province of Milne Bay dances as he greets Australian Prime Minister John Howard upon his arrival in the capital city of Port Moresby October 25, 2005. Regional and local security issues will top the agenda when leaders from 16 South Pacific nations hold a summit this week in Port Moresby, the capital of Papua New Guinea, where murders and rapes have tripled this year. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
RTR19YDT
October 25, 2005
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer with feathered head-dress greets Australian Prime Minister...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinean dancer wearing a feathered head-dress greets Australian PM Howard in Port Moresby
A traditionally dressed Papua New Guinean dancer with feathered head-dress greets Australian Prime Minister John Howard upon his arrival in the capital city of Port Moresby, October 25, 2005. Regional and local security issues will top the agenda when leaders from 16 South Pacific nations hold a summit this week in Port Moresby, the capital of Papua New Guinea, where murders and rapes have tripled this year. REUTERS/David Gray
PACIFIC FORUM
RTR19YCA
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
PAPUA MINING
RTR19UAW
October 24, 2005
A small house sits atop a bare hill as billowing white clouds gather above the capital of Port Moresby...
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
A small house sits atop a bare hill as billowing white clouds gather above the capital of Port Moresby...
A small house sits atop a bare hill as billowing white clouds gather above the capital of Port Moresby in the South Pacific nation of Papua New Guinea October 24, 2005, ahead of the monsoon season starting in November. Lying in a rain 'shadow' or an area where rain does not fall, Moresby's tropical foliage is burnt off and the city becomes a dust bowl during the dry season, leaving residents eagerly awaiting the monsoons which will revive the port city. REUTERS/David Gray
WB
RTRF7LW
March 15, 2004
AUSTRALIA'S FOREIGN MINISTER ALEXANDER DOWNER MEETS PAPUA NEW GUINEAN COUNTERPART SIR RABBIE NAMALIU...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S FOREIGN MINISTER ALEXANDER DOWNER MEETS PAPUA NEW GUINEAN COUNTERPART SIR RABBIE ...
AUSTRALIA'S FOREIGN MINISTER ALEXANDER DOWNER MEETS PAPUA NEW GUINEAN COUNTERPART SIR RABBIE NAMALIU IN SYDNEY. Australia's Foreign Minister Alexander Downer (R) greets his counterpart from New Guinea, Sir Rabbie Namaliu (L) at a meeting in Sydney March 15, 2004. The pair held talks in Government House expected to focus on Australia sending police to assist with lawlessness in Papua New Guinea. REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA
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March 15, 2004
AUSTRALIA'S FOREIGN MINISTER ALEXANDER DOWNER MEETS PAPUA NEW GUINEAN COUNTERPART SIR RABBIE NAMALIU...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S FOREIGN MINISTER ALEXANDER DOWNER MEETS PAPUA NEW GUINEAN COUNTERPART SIR RABBIE ...
AUSTRALIA'S FOREIGN MINISTER ALEXANDER DOWNER MEETS PAPUA NEW GUINEAN COUNTERPART SIR RABBIE NAMALIU IN SYDNEY. Australia's Foreign Minister Alexander Downer (R) gestures during talks with his counterpart from New Guinea, Sir Rabbie Namaliu (L) at a meeting in Sydney March 15, 2004. The pair held talks in Government House expected to focus on Australia sending police to assist with lawlessness in Papua New Guinea. REUTERS/Will Burgess
APEC JAPAN
RTR59H4
October 20, 2003
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi (2nd L) talks with Hong Kong
Chief Executive Tung Chee Hwa...
Bangkok, Thailand
JAPANESE PM KOIZUMI ATTENDS APEC LEADERS MEETING IN BANKOK.
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi (2nd L) talks with Hong Kong
Chief Executive Tung Chee Hwa (L) at the start of the summit meeting of
the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) held at the Goverment
House in Bangkok October 20, 2003 while other leaders take their seats.
Leaders are (L-R);Tung, Koizumi, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir
Mohamad, Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Sir Michael Somare,
Philippine President Gloria Arroyo, Singaporean Prime Minister Goh Chok
Tong and U.S. President George W. Bush. REUTERS/Shinichiro Ako/POOL

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AUSTRALIA PAPUA BOUGAINVILLE
RTRPYL3
June 30, 2003
Australian peacekeeper Brigadier Ian Lillie (L) shakes hands with Sir
Peter Barter, the Papua New Guinean...
Arawa, Papua New Guinea
AUSTRALIAN PEACEKEEPERS ATTEND CEREMONY MARKING THEIR WITHDRAWAL FROM
BOUGAINVILLE.
Australian peacekeeper Brigadier Ian Lillie (L) shakes hands with Sir
Peter Barter, the Papua New Guinean Minister for Inter-Government
Relations, after the unveiling of a plaque commemorating the withdrawal
of Australian peacekeepers from the province in the township of Arawa,
Bougainville June 30, 2003. The peacekeepers are leaving after five
years on the island, marking the start of the next phase in
Bouganville's move towards a democratic, automonous government after
more than a decade of civil war against the Papua New Guinea
authorities. REUTERS/Nathan Richter/Pool

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PAPUA INDONESIA
RTRBL7U
December 04, 2000
Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Sir Mekere Morauta addresses a mining conference in Sydney December...
Sydney, Australia
PAPUA NEW GUINEA PRIME MINISTER SIR MEKERE MORAUTA AT MINING CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY.
Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Sir Mekere Morauta addresses a mining conference in Sydney December 4, 2000. Morauta said that Papua New Guinea had stepped up patrols along its border with Irian Jaya and would repatriate people back to the troubled Indonesian province.

MDB/JD
PAPUA INDONESIA
RTRBL7M
December 04, 2000
Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Sir Mekere Morauta addresses a mining conference in Sydney December...
Sydney, Australia
PAPUA NEW GUINEA PRIME MINISTER SIR MEKERE MORAUTA AT MINING CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY.
Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Sir Mekere Morauta addresses a mining conference in Sydney December 4, 2000. Morauta said that Papua New Guinea had stepped up patrols along its border with Irian Jaya and would repatriate people back to the troubled Indonesian province.

MDB/JD
PAPUA INDONESIA
RTRBL6U
December 04, 2000
Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Sir Mekere Morauta addresses a mining conference in Sydney December...
Sydney, Australia
PAPUA NEW GUINEA PRIME MINISTER SIR MEKERE MORAUTA AT MINING CONFERENCE IN SYDNEY.
Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Sir Mekere Morauta addresses a mining conference in Sydney December 4, 2000. Morauta said that Papua New Guinea had stepped up patrols along its border with Irian Jaya and would repatriate people back to the troubled Indonesian province.

MDB/JD
APEC
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September 13, 1999
New Zealand Prime Minister Jenny Shipley (2nd from L) gestures to photographers as fellow APEC leaders...
Auckland, New Zealand
APEC LEADERS POSE FOR A FAMILY PICTURE AT THE MUSEUM IN AUCKLAND.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jenny Shipley (2nd from L) gestures to photographers as fellow APEC leaders (from L) Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, Brunei Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah and Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Sire Mekere Morauta prepare for the family picture on the second and last day of their meeting September 13. The leaders are all wearing a sailing outfits supplied by the host country. Leaders from 21 economies in the Asia-Pacific region meet annually for the two day event.

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APEC
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September 13, 1999
APEC leaders pose for a family picture on the second and last day of their meeting September 13. They...
Auckland, New Zealand
APEC LEADERS POSE FOR A FAMILY PICTURE AT THE MUSEUM IN AUCKLAND.
APEC leaders pose for a family picture on the second and last day of their meeting September 13. They are from left: Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo, New Zealand Prime Minister Jenny Shipley, Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, Brunei Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah and Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Sir Mekere Morauta.The leaders are all wearing a sailing outfits supplied by the host country. Leaders from 21 economies in the Asia-Pacific region meet annually for the two day event.

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APEC
RTRR1BX
September 12, 1999
APEC leaders watch a traditional welcoming ceremony called "Koha" during the opening ceremony of the...
Auckland, New Zealand
APEC LEADER WATCH OFFICIAL WELCOMING CEREMONY IN AUCKLAND.
APEC leaders watch a traditional welcoming ceremony called "Koha" during the opening ceremony of the APEC leaders meeting September 12. The leaders are (L-R): Chinese President Jiang Zemin, Hong Kong Chief Executive Tung Chee Hwa, Indonesian chief economics minister Ginandjar Kartasasmita, Japanese Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi, South Korean President Kim Dae-jung, Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo, Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Sir Mekere Morauta, Peruvian President Alberto Fujmori, Philippine President Joseph Estrada, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, Singaporean Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong, Taiwan's chief economic planner Chiang Pin-kung, Thai Prime Minister Chuan Leekpai, U.S. President Bill Clinton, Vietnamese Prime Minister Phan Van Khai and Brunei Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah.

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APEC
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September 12, 1999
APEC leaders watch a traditional welcoming ceremony called "Koha" during the opening ceremony of the...
Auckland, New Zealand
APEC LEADERS ATTEND THE OFFICIAL WELCOMING CEREMONY IN AUCKLAND.
APEC leaders watch a traditional welcoming ceremony called "Koha" during the opening ceremony of the APEC leaders meeting September 12. The leaders are (L-R): New Zealand Prime Minister Jenny Shipley, Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien, Chilean President Eduardo Frei, Chinese President Jiang Zemin, Hong Kong Chief Executive Tung Chee Hwa, Indonesian chief economics minister Ginandjar Kartasasmita, Japanese Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi, South Korean President Kim Dae-jung, Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo, Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Sir Mekere Morauta and Peruvian President Alberto Fujmori.

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TAIWAN CHINA PAPUA
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July 05, 1999
Taiwan foreign minister Jason Hu (R) and visiting Papua New Guinea foreign minister Roy Yaki shake hands...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWANESE AND PAPUA NEW GUINEAN FOREIGN MINISTERS SHAKE HANDS.
Taiwan foreign minister Jason Hu (R) and visiting Papua New Guinea foreign minister Roy Yaki shake hands and exchange documents July 5 after signing a joint communique establishing formal diplomatic relations between their countries - a move certain to anger Taiwan's rival, communist China, and PNG's neighbour, Australia. Hu rejected Taiwan and Australian newspaper media reports that the deal likely hinged on generous aid from Taipei, but Taiwan officials confirmed that visiting PNG Prime Minister and Premier Vincent Siew had discussed the building of a bilateral "economic partnership".

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APEC
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November 18, 1998
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad directs Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) leaders during...
Cyberjaya, Malaysia
APEC LEADERS POSE FOR PHOTO AT SUMMIT IN CYBERJAYA.
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad directs Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) leaders during a group photo session at Cyberview Lodge November 18. They are from left: Australian Prime Minister John Howard, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei, Chilean President Eduardo Frei, Chinese President Jiang Zemin, Indonesian President B.J. Habibie, Mahathir, Japanese Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi (obscured), Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Bill Skate, South Korean President Kim Dae-Jung and Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien. The leaders will fine tune a declaration to be read later today looking at possible solutions to the Asian financial crisis on the final day of their summit in the relaxed resort atmosphere of this hotel 50 kilometres south of the capital Kuala Lumpur.

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APEC
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November 17, 1998
(L-R)Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Bill Skate, Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori, Philippine President...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
SKATE, FUJIMORI, ESTRADA AND PRIMAKOV DURING APEC SUMMIT.
(L-R)Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Bill Skate, Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori, Philippine President Joseph Estrada and Russian Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov pose for a photograph before the start of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Kuala Lumpur November 17. APEC leaders will test whether confrontation over trade liberalisation can turn into cooperation to dig Asia out of its economic crisis during their two day meeting.

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BOUGAINVILLE PEACE
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April 30, 1998
Thousands of villagers dance in celebration after Secessionist rebels and the Papua New Guinean government...
Bougainville
BOUGAINVILLE PEOPLE CELEBRATE CEASEFIRE AT SIGNING CEREMONY IN ARAWA.
Thousands of villagers dance in celebration after Secessionist rebels and the Papua New Guinean government signed a permanent ceasefire in the central Bougainville town of Arawa April 30. The ceasefire, which comes into effect from midnight April 30, ends a nine-year rebellion on the South Pacific island, and was witnessed by the Australian Foreign Minister Alexander Downer, and representatives from Fiji and New Zealand.

REUTERS
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April 26, 1998
A Papua New Guinean World War II veteran adjusts his traditional tribal head-dress whilst marching in...
Australia
A PAPUA NEW GUINEAN WORLD WAR II VETERAN MARCHING IN ANZAC DAY PARADE IN SYDNEY.
A Papua New Guinean World War II veteran adjusts his traditional tribal head-dress whilst marching in the annual Anzac Day Parade in Sydney April 25. An estimated crowd of 100,000 people lined the streets of the city to watch around 20,500 ex-servicemen and women march down the centre of the city to remember the sacrifices made by Australian and New Zealand regiments in wars and conflicts.

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PAPUA NEW GUINEA DROUGHT
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February 15, 1998
Australian army medic Michael Slattery (R) and an unidentified Papua New Guinean medic (L) weigh a child...
Yapsie
ARMY MEDIC WEIGHS A CHILD IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Australian army medic Michael Slattery (R) and an unidentified Papua New Guinean medic (L) weigh a child during a medical check in the village of Yapsie in the Papua New Guinea's western province February 14. Papua New Guinea is receives aid from Australia following a year-long drought.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA
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December 18, 1997
19MAR97 FILE PHOTO - Papua New Guinean (PNG) army Major Walter Enamu calms his troops during a revolt...
Papua New Guinea
FILE PHOTO OF MAJOR ENUMA OF THE PNG ARMY IN PORT MORESBY
19MAR97 FILE PHOTO - Papua New Guinean (PNG) army Major Walter Enamu calms his troops during a revolt against his government's hiring of mercenaries to end the nine year secessionist war on Bougainville. Enamu and four other PNG army officers were sentenced to heavy jail terms with hard labour December 18 after being convicted of mutiny.

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APEC
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November 24, 1997
The leaders of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum pose for a photo in Vancouver November 24....
The leaders of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum pose for a photo in Vancouver November 24.....
The leaders of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum pose for a photo in Vancouver November 24. (R-L) U.S. President Bill Clinton, Thai Prime Minister Chuan Leekpai, Koo Chen-fu of Taiwan's Council for Economic Planning and Development, Singapore Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong, Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Bill Skate, New Zealand Prime Minister Jim Bolger, Mexico's President Ernesto Zedillo, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien, Philippines President Fidel Ramos, South Korean President Kim Young-sam, Japanese Prime MInister Ryutaro Hashimoto, Indonesian President Suharto, Hong Kong Chief executive Tung Chee-hwa, Chinese President Jiang Zemin, Chilean President Eduardo Frei, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei, Australian Prime Minister John Howard.
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November 24, 1997
The leaders of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum pose for a photo in Vancouver November 24....
Canada
APEC LEADERS POSE FOR FAMILY PHOTO
The leaders of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum pose for a photo in Vancouver November 24. (R-L) U.S. President Bill Clinton, Thai Prime Minister Chuan Leekpai, Koo Chen-fu of Taiwan's Council for Economic Planning and Development, Singapore Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong, Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Bill Skate, New Zealand Prime Minister Jim Bolger, Mexico's President Ernesto Zedillo, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien, Philippines President Fidel Ramos, South Korean President Kim Young-sam, Japanese Prime MInister Ryutaro Hashimoto, Indonesian President Suharto, Hong Kong Chief executive Tung Chee-hwa, Chinese President Jiang Zemin, Chilean President Eduardo Frei, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei, Australian Prime Minister John Howard.

APEC
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November 24, 1997
The leaders of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum pose for a photo in Vancouver November 24....
Canada
APEC LEADERS POSE FOR FAMILY PHOTO
The leaders of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum pose for a photo in Vancouver November 24. (R-L) U.S. President Bill Clinton, Thai Prime Minister Chuan Leekpai, Koo Chen-fu of Taiwan's Council for Economic Planning and Development, Singapore Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong, Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Bill Skate, New Zealand Prime Minister Jim Bolger, Mexico's President Ernesto Zedillo, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien, Philippines President Fidel Ramos, South Korean President Kim Young-sam, Japanese Prime MInister Ryutaro Hashimoto, Indonesian President Suharto, Hong Kong Chief executive Tung Chee-hwa, Chinese President Jiang Zemin, Chilean President Eduardo Frei, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei, Australian Prime Minister John Howard.

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PAPUA NEW GUINEA
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November 01, 1997
Two Papua New Guinean soldiers rest on spare tyres as they watch an Australian C-130 Hercules return...
Two Papua New Guinean soldiers rest on spare tyres as they watch an Australian C-130 Hercules return.....
Two Papua New Guinean soldiers rest on spare tyres as they watch an Australian C-130 Hercules return to Port Moresby after it delivered food supplies to remote villages in the highland regions of Papua New Guinea, November 1. Over 100 Australian army and air force personnel are involved in the distribution of emergency food supplies, due to a severe drought that is gripping the country that has been attributed to the El Nino effect.***DIGITAL IMAGE***
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November 01, 1997
Two Papua New Guinean soldiers rest on spare tyres as they watch an Australian C-130 Hercules return...
Papua New Guinea
TWO PAPUA NEW GUINEANS WATCH AUSTRALIAN OPERATIONS IN PORT MORESBY
Two Papua New Guinean soldiers rest on spare tyres as they watch an Australian C-130 Hercules return to Port Moresby after it delivered food supplies to remote villages in the highland regions of Papua New Guinea, November 1. Over 100 Australian army and air force persoNnel are invloved in the distribution of emergency food supplies, due to a severe drought that is gripping the country that has been attributed to the El Nino effect.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA
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September 24, 1997
An aerial photo taken from a Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Hercules transport plane shows smoke from...
Papua New Guinea
HAZE FROM INDONESIAN FIRES OVER THE HILLS OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA
An aerial photo taken from a Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Hercules transport plane shows smoke from fires over the Papua New Guinean eastern Highlands September 24. The Island nation is currently suffering from a drought that has affected up to 700,000 people, from conditions brought on by the El Nino effect. The RAAF is currently delivering food and aid supplies to areas worst hit by the drought.

NEWGUINEA POLLUTION
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September 22, 1997
Members of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) unload medical and food supplies in the Papua New Guinea...
Papua New Guinea
AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE UNLOAD SUPPLIES FOR PAPUA NEW GUINEAN DROUGHT
Members of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) unload medical and food supplies in the Papua New Guinea town of Tabubil, September 22, from the back of a RAAF Hercules transport plane. Australian Prime Minister John Howard today pledged further assistance to its drought-ravaged neighbour Papua New Guinea, as an estimated 700,000 suffer in the South Pacific nation from dry conditions caused by the El Nino weather pattern.

NEWGUINEA AID
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September 22, 1997
Locals, some with their daily shopping, gather on a hillside to watch a Royal Australian Airforce Hercules...
Papua New Guinea
PAPUA NEW GUINEANS WATCH UNLOADING OF AUSSIE SUPPLIES IN PNG
Locals, some with their daily shopping, gather on a hillside to watch a Royal Australian Airforce Hercules transport plane unload medical and food supplies in the Papua New Guinean town of Tabubil September 22. Australian Prime Minister John Howard today pledged further assistance to its drought-ravaged neighbour Papua New Guinea, as an estimated 700,000 suffer in the South Pacific nation from dry conditions caused by the El Nino weather pattern.

NEWGUINEA AID
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September 22, 1997
Roland Mela, six, watches a Royal Australian Airforce Hercules transport plane unload medical and food...
Papua New Guinea
PAPUA NEW GUINEAN CHILD WATCHES AUSTRALIAN AID ARRIVE
Roland Mela, six, watches a Royal Australian Airforce Hercules transport plane unload medical and food supplies in Tabubil, Papua New Guinea September 22. Australian Prime Minister John Howard today pledged further assistance to drought-ravaged neighbour Papua New Guinea, as an estimated 700,000 suffer in the South Pacific nation from dry conditions caused by the El Nino weather pattern.

NEWGUINEA AID
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March 27, 1997
Papua New Guinean civilians form a queue outside a bank in the South Pacific Island's captial Port Moresby,...
Australia
CIVILIANS QUEUE OUTSIDE A PORT MORESBY BANK
Papua New Guinean civilians form a queue outside a bank in the South Pacific Island's captial Port Moresby, as businesses reopened after ten days of political unrest ended, March 27. Prime Minister Sir Julius Chan announced he would stand aside March 26, pending an investigation into the use of mercenaries to end the conflict on Bougainville island.

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