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Families anxious as Solomons unrest unfolds

Saturday 27 November 2021 | Written by Alana Musselle | Published in Economy, National

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Families anxious as  Solomons unrest unfolds
Roselyn Strickland who just recently graduated from the University of the South Pacific, pictured with her niece Melelani Fisher-Strickland. 21111906

With the current civil and political unrest in the Solomon Islands and the capital Honiara under siege, the Solomon's community in Rarotonga has been left with yet another layer of anxiety on top of the many complications already caused by Covid-19.

With the current civil and political unrest in the Solomon Islands and the capital Honiara under siege, the Solomon's community in Rarotonga has been left with yet another layer of anxiety on top of the many complications already caused by Covid-19.


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