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PACIFIC FORUM
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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
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