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The Palau National Marine Sanctuary will help build a secure future for the Palauan people by honoring the conservation traditions of our past," said Senator Hokkons Baules, lead sponsor of the Palau National Marine Sanctuary Act.
Since arriving, the team hired three new apprentices in an effort to pass their knowledge along to local workers who will remain in Palau.
Forecasters at the Joint Typhoon Warning Center forecast Bopha's center to pass close to Palau on its way to the Visayas region of Philippines by Dec.
With the upcoming elections in the United States and in Palau, Ahmat expressed worries about their future, fearing that no more government officials will be able to listen to their problems.
The events in Palau, about 500 miles east of the Philippines, began unfolding after six Chinese fishermen were spotted diving for giant clams over several days in the Ngeruangel Atoll marine reserve, said to Norbert Yano, Palau's director of public safety.
Palau approved a new constitution in 1981, subsequently signing a Compact of Free Association with the United States in 1982.
With the new service to Palau, Delta flies to 17 Asia-Pacific destinations.
Our new service to Honolulu and our proposed flight to Palau underscores our commitment to providing more travel options to our customers in Japan.
During a meeting with Morocco's Secretary of State to the foreign minister Mohamed Ouzzine, held on the sidelines of a Pacific-Arab Summit on "Cooperation Prospects between Arab and Pacific Islands countries," the President of Palau and Tonga's Crown Prince highlighted the relevance of the autonomy initiative, proposed by Morocco to reach a final settlement to the Sahara issue.
As a result of its relative proximity to the rich avifaunas of Asia, the Philippines, and New Guinea, Palau sustains a larger set of both resident and migrant birds than any other Micronesian island group.
A group of Uighurs freed from the US detention centre at Guantanamo Bay have been flown to Palau, the island nation in the Pacific Ocean.
Now all sharks, from little nippers to Jaws, can swim freely around the tiny Pacific island of Palau, protected from the most deadly predator of all - man.