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AUSTRALIA-PROTEST/
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October 09, 2014
Representatives from South Pacific nations Kaio Tiira Taula (L) from Tuvalu and Seia Mikaele Maiava from...
Sydney, Australia
Representatives from South Pacific nations pose during an official launch of their campaign against the...
Representatives from South Pacific nations Kaio Tiira Taula (L) from Tuvalu and Seia Mikaele Maiava from Tokelau stand together during an official launch of their campaign against the coal industry in front of the Sydney Opera House October 9, 2014. The group, calling themselves the 'Pacific Climate Warriors', and representing 12 Pacific Island nation states, are preparing to blockade the world?s largest coal port in Newcastle on October 17 with a flotilla of traditional canoes. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA-PROTEST/
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October 09, 2014
Representatives from South Pacific nations (L-R) Kaio Tiira Taula from Tuvalu, Seia Mikaele Maiava from...
Sydney, Australia
Representatives from South Pacific nations pose during an official launch of their campaign against the...
Representatives from South Pacific nations (L-R) Kaio Tiira Taula from Tuvalu, Seia Mikaele Maiava from Tokelau, Milan Loeak from the Marshall Islands and Raedena Solomona from Samoa, pose during an official launch of their campaign against the coal industry in front of the Sydney Opera House October 9, 2014. The group, calling themselves the 'Pacific Climate Warriors', and representing 12 Pacific Island nation states, are preparing to blockade the world?s largest coal port in Newcastle on October 17 with a flotilla of traditional canoes. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT)
TOKELAU
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October 24, 2007
A resident of New Zealand-administered Tokelau, three South Pacific Ocean atolls about 480 km (298 miles)...
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A resident of New Zealand-administered Tokelau votes during a referendum
A resident of New Zealand-administered Tokelau, three South Pacific Ocean atolls about 480 km (298 miles) north of Samoa, votes during a referendum in this October 21, 2007 picture. Around 1,200 residents of the isolated Tokelau Islands, which climb no higher than 5 metres (16 feet) above sea level, are voting for the second time in two years on whether they want to become self-governing. The Tokelau have neither airport, nor harbours and apart from copra, stamps and handicraft exports, are reliant on official aid from New Zealand and remittances from expatriates. A result from the referendum is expected by October 26, 2007. REUTERS/Selwyn Manning (TOKELAU)
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