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Fiji ends state of emergency
Military-led government lifts emergency powers imposed last month.
Last updated: 05 Oct 2007 07:57 GMT
Martial law returns to Fiji
Coup leader warns of efforts to "destablise" country by ousted prime minister.
Last updated: 06 Sep 2007 08:40 GMT
Fiji military reinstates president
Move does not alter armys control but clears the way for interim government.
Last updated: 04 Jan 2007 10:38 GMT
Fiji coup leader snubs chiefs
Bainimarama declines invite from tribal chiefs to find way to restore legal government.
Last updated: 19 Dec 2006 06:47 GMT
Fiji chiefs reject coup leader
Resistance follows rising tensions over military chief's plans.
Last updated: 15 Dec 2006 04:45 GMT
Fiji military scraps tax hike
Move to drop tax increase seen as effort to build support for new government.
Last updated: 12 Dec 2006 10:32 GMT
Ousted Fiji PM warned not to return
Coup leader says he will confront with force anyone who tries to resist his plan.
Last updated: 11 Dec 2006 15:46 GMT
Fiji military takes power
Military chief takes over government in the country's fourth coup in 20 years.
Last updated: 08 Dec 2006 10:26 GMT
Deposed Fiji PM remains defiant
Laisenia Qarase stands firm while council of chiefs softens stance on coup.
Last updated: 08 Dec 2006 10:22 GMT
Fijian prime minister sworn in
Senilagakali sworn in as prime minister as Fiji remains in state of emergency.
Last updated: 06 Dec 2006 16:10 GMT
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Gunning down the taxmen of Somalia
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Down and out in upscale Japan
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3D printing and the future of disaster relief
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Protecting Mongolia's parent-less children
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Big rethink for counterterrorism
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