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Police Supports Peaceful Public Assemblies

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) wishes to clarify its position on the issue of processions, marches and public assemblies.
Chaoyang University of Technology in Central Taiwan Science Park, one of the many tertiary institutions in Taiwan.

Taiwan Assures Students Sponsorship Will Remain Until January 2020

Despite the withdrawal of diplomatic recognition by the Sogavare led government the Taiwanese government has assured Solomon Islands' students studying in Taiwan that that they will be able to continue with their studies under full scholarship until January 2020.
Sogavare Skips UN General Assembly

Sogavare Skips UN General Assembly

Prime Minister Mannasseh Sogavare will skip this year's UN General Assembly (UNGA), officials have confirmed.
Police Commends Peaceful Protesters in Auki

Police Commends Peaceful Protesters in Auki

The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) acknowledges members of the public including men, women, students and children who took part in yesterdays peaceful march in Auki to show their support for the Republic of China (ROC) for their good behavior during the event.
Pence and other officials in President Donald Trump's administration have criticized China for what they call "debt-trap" lending practices to small countries, pushing them into debt.

US Vice President Rebuffs Solomon Islands Prime Minister

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence has declined to meet with the leader of the Solomon Islands to discuss development partnerships after the Pacific island cut ties with Taiwan in favor of China this week, a senior U.S. official said on Tuesday.