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Fiji's Chiefs back Qarase, rule of law

SUVA, Fiji -- The Great Council of Chiefs (GCC) voted Tuesday to support the rule of law and the administration of Laisenia Qarase.

The GCC, the supreme authority in Fiji, granted President Ratu Josefa Iloilo freedom to decide which course to take in restoring democracy to the nation.

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Mori calls for early party elections

TOKYO -- Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori Saturday effectively announced his intention to resign when he called for early parliamentary elections.

In Japanese politics, this signals a change in leadership as the Liberal Democratic Party rules the Lower House.

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Central Asia

No problem with China
over Karmapa: Jaswant
(World Tibet News)

Kazakh military officers
study Chinese military
science
(Times of Central Asia)

East Asia

Nikkei slides below
12,000
(www.asahi.com)

Positive labor relations
at foreign firms
(Korea Herald)

Pacific Islands

Chiefs back Qarase
(www.fijilive.com)

Maori TV 'should
be in both
languages'
(New Zealand Herald)

South Asia

Annan visits
Mt. Everest
(Kathmandu Post)

India ready to
accept Afghan relics
(Times of India)

Southeast Asia

False alarm: Estrada
held at airport
(PDI)

Gus Dur refuses
to step down
(Jakarta Post)



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