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Pacific Island links: Amnesty's Nauru report, Samoan jobs, the Rock² and more

Nauru’s former president Sprent Dabwido remains stranded in Nauru as he seeks to travel to Australia for urgent medical treatment. His passport was cancelled by Justice Minister David Adeang. Paul Ronalds, CEO of Save the Children (which delivered services on Nauru for two years) gave a wide-ranging speech on the challenges his organisation faced in Nauru at ANU last week.
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