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Папуа - Новая Гвинея
23 апреля, 14:18

Trump’s Fake War on the Fake News

The president puts on a big show of assaulting his “opposition” in the news media. But inside the White House, it’s a different story.

22 апреля, 15:47

Pence: U.S. to honor refugee deal with Australia

The United States will honor an Obama-era agreement with Australia to help resettle Syrian refugees, despite the Trump administration not favoring the arrangement, Vice President Mike Pence announced Saturday."President Trump has made it clear that we'll honor the agreement — that doesn't mean we admire the agreement," Pence said during a joint news conference with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in Sydney.Up to 1,250 refugees housed in Australian detention camps on Nauru and Papua New Guinea would come to the U.S. under the agreement made with President Barack Obama.Within the first 10 days as president, Trump had a tense phone call with Turnbull about the agreement. He followed up the phone call with a tweet several days later where he called the deal "dumb."Turnbull, however, said during Saturday's press conference that "whatever the reservations of the president are," the decision "speaks volumes for the commitment, the integrity of President Trump, and your administration, sir, to honor that commitment."The disagreement with the deal has strained Australia's and the United State's comfortable relationship, with the majority of Australians having a negative view of Trump. In addition, Australia has been pressured to favor stronger ties with China over the U.S., to which Turnbull has resisted.During Saturday's press conference, Pence and Turnbull also both shared the opinion that China was key in helping de-escalated the nuclear threat from North Korea. Following meetings with Chinese President Xi Jinping earlier this month, Trump has repeatedly touted the relationship with China to help rein in North Korea.

15 апреля, 12:23

The refugee who self-harmed to stop his forced deportation

The number of forced deportations from the island nation of Papua New Guinea is increasing. The country houses an offshore prison for asylum seekers trying to reach Australia. Here's the story of one Lebanese asylum seeker, who self-harmed to stop his deportation. Al Jazeera's Yaara Bou Melhem reports from Canberra, Australia. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/

15 апреля, 06:05

Violence flares at Australian refugee facility in PNG

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Violence has flared at an Australian asylum-seeker detention center in Papua New Guinea (PNG), and shots were fired when local people tried to break into the center after an argument got out of hand, media and a rights group reported on Saturday.

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14 апреля, 14:06

Shots fired as armed mob tries to storm Manus detention centre, reports say

A group of locals, including personnel from naval base, tried to break into camp to attack refugees after incident outside the centre, according to reportsShots have been fired into the Manus Island detention centre as an armed mob attempted to storm the compound, according to reports from security personnel and refugees inside the centre.At about 6.30pm on Friday, it was reported that a large group of local men had attempted to break into the camp to attack refugees and asylum seekers inside. Continue reading...

13 апреля, 00:00

Microfinance Expansion Project in PNG Receives Additional Funding

The Government of Australia has provided AU$316,500 ($237,375) in additional financing to the ongoing Microfinance Expansion Project, designed to increase access to financial services for the people of Papua New Guinea.

10 апреля, 02:00

The World Gold Council welcomes Newcrest Mining as a Member

Newcrest Mining (“Newcrest”) has re-joined the World Gold Council, the market development organisation for the gold industry. Newcrest is the largest gold producer listed on the Australian Securities Exchange and one of the world's largest gold mining companies with mines located in Australia, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and in Côte d’Ivoire. World Gold Council Chief...

08 апреля, 13:34

Australian leader vague on fate of asylum seekers

The future of hundreds of asylum seekers languishing at an Australian-run detention center in Papua New Guinea remained in doubt on Saturday, with the leaders of both countries declining to provide details about what will happen to the men if a deal to resettle them in the United States falls through.

06 апреля, 06:58

Australia, PNG to discuss future of controversial asylum seeker camp

SYDNEY (Reuters) - The future of an Australia's controversial asylum-seeker detention center in Papua New Guinea will be discussed during a two-day visit by Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to the Pacific island nation starting Friday.

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05 апреля, 02:35

Amnesty warns any company taking over Manus and Nauru camps complicit in ‘abuse’

Spanish infrastructure giant Ferrovial will not renew its lease at offshore detention centres after contract expires in OctoberAmnesty International has issued a pre-emptive warning to any companies considering taking over Australia’s offshore detention centres, that to assume the contract to run the camps would be to be complicit in “human rights abuses”.Ferrovial, the Spanish infrastructure giant which owns camp management company Broadspectrum, has already told the Australian government it will not work on the island camps on Nauru and PNG’s Manus Island beyond the expiration of its current contract in October 2017. Continue reading...

30 марта, 17:32

Rescued Filipino says he survived on rain, fish for 2 months

A young Filipino fisherman returned home Thursday after getting lost at sea in a storm and drifting for nearly two months, during which he said his uncle starved to death, before he was rescued by a passing ship near Papua New Guinea.

29 марта, 01:04

Indonesia Exports to Papua New Guinea

Exports to Papua New Guinea in Indonesia decreased to 150.19 USD Million in 2016 from 202.30 USD Million in 2015. Exports to Papua New Guinea in Indonesia averaged 117.67 USD Million from 2014 until 2016, reaching an all time high of 202.30 USD Million in 2015 and a record low of 0.50 USD Million in 2014. This page includes a chart with historical data for Indonesia Exports to Papua New Guinea.

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28 марта, 06:11

Mass 'sorcery' murder trial of more than 100 men begins in Papua New Guinea

Men allegedly overran neighbouring village, searching for people who had committed sorcery, killing seven, including two childrenMore than 100 men charged over the killings of seven people – including two young children – who they believed were practising sorcery, will face trial in Papua New Guinea next month.In April 2014 a large group of men allegedly overran a neighbouring village, searching for people who had committed sorcery, burning down houses and violently killing seven people. Two children, aged three and five, were reportedly taken from their mothers arms and hacked to death. Continue reading...

25 марта, 16:53

Землетрясение магнитудой 5,7 зафиксировано в Папуа - Новой Гвинее

Землетрясение магнитудой 5,7 произошло в северо-восточной части острова Новая Гвинея (на территории государства Папуа - Новая Гвинея), сообщает Алтае-Саянский филиал Единой Геофизической службы РАН.

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24 марта, 11:58

Riots break out in Papua New Guinea capital Port Moresby

The local head of the Salvation Army says businesses were burnt to the ground amid ‘great devastation’Riots have swept through the Papua New Guinea capital Port Moresby causing “great devastation”, a Salvation Army official has said.Territorial commander Colonel Kelvin Alley said community services such as a supermarket, medical centre, dentist and chemist were burnt to the ground in the disturbances on Friday. Continue reading...

16 марта, 22:45

This Map Shows the Most Extreme Comparison of Population Density We’ve Seen

More people live in the tiny red region than all of the blue areas combined. This map really shows the disparity in population density throughout the globe. The post This Map Shows the Most Extreme Comparison of Population Density We’ve Seen appeared first on Visual Capitalist.

16 марта, 17:24

Mining ETFs & Stocks Benefit Most from Fed Meeting

The impressive gains came on the heels of the Fed's less hawkish outlook than expected.

12 марта, 05:55

Cruise Ship Crash Hits One Of Indonesia's Most Spectacular Coral Reefs

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); A British cruise ship smashed into a coral reef off Indonesia believed to be one of the most biodiverse in the world, causing significant damage to almost a mile of the reef. The Caledonian Sky, which flies a Bahamian flag, ran aground on the reef in the western Indonesian archipelago of Raja Ampat on March 4, forcing the evacuation of 118 passengers and crew members, The National Post Reported. More damage was caused to the reef when a tugboat arrived to pull the ship away. “A tugboat from Sorong city was deployed to help refloat the cruise ship, which is something that shouldn’t have happened because it damaged the reef even worse,” Ricardo Tapilatu of the Research Center for Pacific Marine Resources at the University of Papua told the Mongabay environmental news site. “They should’ve waited for high tide.” The local tourism office Stay Raja Ampat asked on its Facebook page: “How can this happen? Anchor damage from ships like these is bad enough, but actually grounding a ship on a reef takes it to a whole new level.” The ship was largely undamaged and continued its cruise once it was pulled from the reef and passengers were reloaded. A local Indonesian evaluation team estimates it could cost as much as $2 million to repair the reef damage and to install more buoys to keep cruise ships away from the fragile structure. The reef is a popular dive site and part of a national park. A spokesman for cruise ship company Noble Caledonia called the accident “unfortunate.” The company is “firmly committed to protection of the environment — which is why it is imperative that the reasons for it are fully investigated, understood and any lessons learned incorporated in operating procedures,” he said.  The government has contacted the company about compensation, according to Tapilatu. The vessel set sail from Papua New Guinea Feb. 25 and is scheduled to arrive in Manila on March 14. type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related Coverage + articlesList=58bcc2aae4b0fa65b844b550,58b52dd3e4b0a8a9b785ac0a,583c818be4b0c3968b76c53e -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

09 марта, 16:00

Welcome to Pleistocene Park

In Arctic Siberia, Russian scientists are trying to stave off catastrophic climate change—by resurrecting an Ice Age biome complete with lab-grown woolly mammoths.

08 марта, 01:49

International Women's Day 2017: protests, activism and a strike – live

Live global coverage of International Women’s Day 2017 as events take place around the world to mark the ongoing fight for equality‘We are international, we are everywhere’: women unite in global strikeWhat’s happening where you are? Let me know @Claire_PhippsHow are you marking International Women’s Day? Share your messages of support, experiences and photographs. 3.27am GMT A late entrant for most uncomfortable attempt to use IWD for unrelated political point-scoring comes from the US House Ways and Means committee, where representatives are debating the proposed changes to healthcare provisions.Missouri’s Republican congressman, Jason Smith, is concerned that women are – under Obamacare – paying tax on their visits to tanning salons. Why is nobody talking about this on International Women’s Day, he wanted to know. (I’m not sure he genuinely wanted to know, but he did say it.)GOP rep goes on long riff on how tanning tax hurts women. "Today is International Women's Day. It's interesting no one is bringing it up." pic.twitter.com/FdOGOo18OmTanning beds,@RepJasonSmith? Really? Your biggest concern for women's health is paying too much for tanning? How about real healthcare? pic.twitter.com/1Di6Kdgl7u 3.12am GMT Ahead of International Women’s Day, we asked readers to share stories about the battles you’ve won.You can read them all here, and here is just one example of the responses we received: Related: Fighting for equality and against catcalling – the battles women have won Continue reading...

26 июля 2016, 18:04

Джимми Нельсон. Проект «Пока они не исчезли». Папуа-Новая Гвинея. Народности горока и хули

Джимми Нельсон. Проект «Пока они не исчезли». Намибия. Народность ХимбаДжимми Нельсон. Проект «Пока они не исчезли». Кения. Народность СамбуруДжимми Нельсон. Проект «Пока они не исчезли». Танзания. Народность МасаиДжимми Нельсон. Проект «Пока они не исчезли». Эфиопия. Народность КараДжимми Нельсон. Проект «Пока они не исчезли». Эфиопия. Народность МурсиДжимми Нельсон. Проект «Пока они не исчезли». Эфиопия. Народность ДасанечДжимми Нельсон. Проект «Пока они не исчезли». Эфиопия. Народности Банна и АрбореДжимми Нельсон. Проект «Пока они не исчезли». Монголия. Казахи Баян-Улгийского регионаДжимми Нельсон. Проект «Пока они не исчезли». Россия. ЧукчиДжимми Нельсон. Проект «Пока они не исчезли». Россия. Ненцы

04 января 2013, 11:53

"РусАл" начинает крупный проект в Гвинее

"РусАл" и Гвинея согласовали условия разработки крупнейшего в мире бокситового месторождения "Диан-Диан". Разработка месторождения разделена на четыре этапа. "РусАл" получил месторождение бокситов в Гвинее Первый этап рассчитан до конца 2015 г. и предполагает строительство рудника мощностью 3 млн тонн бокситов в год. Кроме того, к этому сроку "РусАл" разработает ТЭО проекта по увеличению добычи бокситов до 9 млн тонн в год, а также ТЭО строительства глиноземного завода мощностью 1,2 млн тонн глинозема в год, сообщает "РусАл". Второй этап освоения месторождения завершится до конца 2019 г., добыча бокситов достигнет к этому времени 6 млн тонн в год. Третий этап, который "РусАл" также намерен завершить к концу 2019 г., предполагает строительство завода мощностью 1,2 млн тонн глинозема в год с соответствующим увеличением добычи бокситов на руднике. Соглашение предполагает возможность осуществления четвертого этапа, но это по усмотрению "РусАла", в зависимости от экономической ситуации в мире и потребностей компании. Четвертый этап предполагает расширение мощности глиноземного завода до 2,4 млн тонн в год и увеличение добычи бокситов до 12 млн тонн в год. "Подписание данного документа является важным шагом в развитии и укреплении взаимоотношений "РусАла" и руководства Гвинеи, свидетельствующим о растущем уровне доверия и взаимопонимания сторон. Условия работы, о которых мы договорились, выработаны с учетом интересов обеих сторон и отражают наш взгляд на перспективы мирового рынка алюминия. Я уверен, что обоюдовыгодный характер нашего сотрудничества будет способствовать улучшению инвестиционного климата в Республике Гвинея и укреплению конкурентоспособности "РусАла" как лидера мировой алюминиевой отрасли и одного из крупнейших инвесторов в эту африканскую страну", - отметил первый заместитель генерального директора "РусАла" Владислав Соловьев.