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1. The Beautiful, Poisonous Hooded Pitohui
March 17, 2017

Of all the world's unusual birds, one of the most fascinating is the beautifully coloured Hooded Pitohui, a songbird endemic to Papua New Guinea. As the world's only scientifically confirmed poisonous bird, its vibrant plumage sends a warning to other animals to stay away – including humans. A Dangerous Beauty A member of the Oriolidae family of avians, the Hooded Pitohui (Pitohui dichrous) has striking orange and black feathers, a solid black head with a crest (which raises when on alert) and deep red eyes. It is medium in stature (growing to about 23cm) but has a powerful beak in ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. New Guinea's Remarkable Bird-of-Paradise
January 18, 2017

The exotic island of New Guinea is one of the planet's last natural frontiers. As the second largest island in the world it encompasses more than 303,000 square miles, 90% of which is still covered in forests. The humid lowlands, dry woodlands and dense, lush highlands support an astounding abundance of plant and animal life, including more than 360 endemic species of birds. The most famous of these is the magnificent bird-of-paradise. The best way to encounter it is on professionally-organised bird tours of New Guinea in renowned wildlife watching areas like Rondon Ridge, Varirata Natio... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. 7.9-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Near Papua New Guinea
December 17, 2016

A 7.9-magnitude earthquake with a depth of 73 kilometers struck the New Ireland region of Papua New Guinea Saturday. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center has issued a tsunami threat for parts of the Pacific located close to the earthquake.   The center said, however, there is no threat to Hawaii or other areas farther away. There is no immediate word on damage or injuries, but such a quake can be be dangerous, even though it struck relatively deep below the surface of the...... (read more)

4. Strong Earthquake Hits Solomon Islands for 2nd Day in a Row
December 09, 2016

An earthquake of 6.9 magnitude struck early Saturday off the coast of the Solomon Islands, one day after a 7.7-magnitude earthquake hit the same area. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said there was no major tsunami threat, but cautioned that waves up to 3 meters were possible along the coast of the Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea. There were no immediate reports of widespread damage or injuries. The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake occurred at a depth of 10 kilometers...... (read more)

5. Powerful Quake Near Solomon Islands Triggers Tsunami Warning
December 08, 2016

A powerful 7.7 magnitude earthquake had hit off the Solomon Islands, triggering a tsunami warning. "Hazardous tsunami waves from this earthquake are possiblewithin the next three hours along some coasts of SolomonIslands, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Nauru, New Caledonia, Tuvaluand Kosrae," the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said. Details are still coming in.  ... (read more)

6. IMF Lifts Freeze on Funds for Guinea-Bissau
December 02, 2016

The International Monetary Fund on Friday resumed payments to Guinea-Bissau, which were suspended in June over the government's loan bailouts for two private banks. The decision by the IMF's board could lead donors, which also suspended budget support equal to 2.1 percent of gross domestic product for this year, to follow suit. Total donor contributions, including direct budget support and financing for targeted sectors and projects, typically make up around 80 percent of...... (read more)

7. Guineans More Trusting of Doctors, Hospitals Since Ebola
November 24, 2016

It has been almost three years since the Ebola epidemic began in West Africa, killing more than 11,000 people. No cases have been reported since March. VOA traveled the path of the outbreak to find out what has changed and how the region might cope if the virus strikes again. Ricci Shryock reports from Nzerekore in southeastern Guinea, where the epidemic began.... (read more)

8. Rapid Testing is Crucial in Ebola Virus Detection and Management
November 22, 2016

When Ebola swept through Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone, thousands succumbed to the virus. Countries with already poor health care systems struggled to contain the crisis. VOA's Mariama Diallo reports on rapid tests that could make the next outbreak less deadly.... (read more)

9. Rapid Testing Crucial During Ebola Outbreaks
November 22, 2016

The Ebola epidemic that swept through Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone during 2014 and the first half of 2015 was by far the worst outbreak of the disease ever, killing thousands of people. Countries with already poor health care systems struggled to contain the early stages of the outbreak, and one of the worst problems they faced was the lack of any quick, reliable way to identify patients infected with the virus. “Tests would take two or three, sometimes four days to get results...... (read more)

10. Doctors in US, Africa Work to Contain Future Ebola Outbreaks
November 21, 2016

Thousands of people died during the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, but as memories fade and concerns about future outbreaks of that magnitude subside, health care specialists say the danger is not completely over. While the worst affected countries - Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone - have been declared free of the deadly virus, there have been some minor flare-ups. “The virus can hang around in the bodies of people who’ve survived Ebola and can then be spread to other people and start...... (read more)

11. Australian Refugees Offered US Resettlement Deal
November 13, 2016

The United States has agreed to take in refugees from Australia who are being held in Papua New Guinea and Nauru after failing to reach Australia by boat. Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said Sunday the deal is a "one-off agreement" and "will not be repeated."  He said "Our priority is the resettlement of women, children and families." Asylum seekers who try to reach Australia by boat are sent to detention centers on the two Pacific islands...... (read more)

12. Wars and Dogs Complicate WHO's Bid to Kill Off Guinea Worm
November 02, 2016

The World Health Organization's battle to eradicate Guinea worm is being hampered by conflict and infections in dogs but cases have fallen to just 17 so far in 2016, the doctor leading the fight told Reuters on Wednesday. The debilitating parasite afflicted 3.5 million people 30 years ago, but is now endemic in only four countries: South Sudan, Chad, Ethiopia and Mali. "Globally, we have never been so close to Guinea worm eradication as now," Dieudonne Sankara said....... (read more)

13. France: Equatorial Guinea's World Court Case Is Abuse of Law
October 18, 2016

France told judges at the United Nations' highest court on Tuesday that they do not have jurisdiction in a case brought by Equatorial Guinea aimed at halting a Paris money-laundering case against the son of the African nation's president. Alain Pellet, a law professor representing France, told the International Court of Justice that Equatorial Guinea's case was a "flagrant and evident abuse of law." Equatorial Guinea filed the case with the world court earlier...... (read more)

14. Equatorial Guinea Seeks to Stop Paris Corruption Trial
October 17, 2016

The International Court of Justice is holding hearings on demands by Equatorial Guinea that France halt a corruption case against Teodorin Obiang, the vice president of the West African country and son of its longtime president.  Obiang, 47, is accused of using public funds to pay for his lavish lifestyle. He has also faced embezzlement charges in the United States. The son of Equatorial Guinea’s hardline president, Teodoro Obiang Nguema, has long been known for his jet-set...... (read more)

15. Equatorial Guinea Calls for End to French Case Against VP
October 17, 2016

Equatorial Guinea on Monday called on the United Nations' highest court to urgently order France to halt a criminal case against the son of the African nation's leader on charges of misspending millions of euros of public funds, arguing that he is immune from prosecution.   The hearing at the International Court of Justice comes a week before Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, Equatorial Guinea's vice president, is scheduled to appear before a French court to answer the...... (read more)

16. From Salesman to Forest Defender, Papua New Guinea Activist Wins US Award
September 29, 2016

An auto parts salesman from remote Papua New Guinea who became an anti-logging campaigner won a U.S. environmental award Thursday which he hoped would raise awareness about his country's environmental policies. Paul Pavol was awarded the fifth annual Alexander Soros Foundation Award for Environmental and Human Rights Activism for his work in the South Pacific nation north of Australia that is home to the world's third-largest tropical rainforest. Researchers with the University...... (read more)

17. Cameroon Musician Fights for Albino Rights
September 15, 2016

As an albino, Cameroonian musician Mengue Ondou Etienne faced resistance when he first took to the stage 30 years ago.  But now he is being honored as a trailblazer in the fight to end discrimination against albinos in Cameroon.    Etienne, better known by his stage name Calvino, uses the mvet, a traditional musical instrument popular among the Fang people of Cameroon, Gabon, and Equatorial Guinea to thrill his audience in the Equato-Guinean capital, Malabo.   He has...... (read more)

18. Fate of 850 Men Uncertain With Closure of Australian Migrant Camp
August 18, 2016

Australian officials are trying to decide what to do with hundreds of asylum-seekers at a controversial detention center it has agreed to close in Papua New Guinea. Papua New Guinea’s Supreme Court ruled in April that the camp on Manus Island, one of two Australian-run immigration facilities in the South Pacific,  was unconstitutional. The closure of the Manus Island facility was announced Wednesday in a statement by PNG Prime Minister Peter O'Neill, who said an agreement had...... (read more)

19. Australia Agrees to Shut Down PNG-Based Asylum Detainee Center
August 17, 2016

Australia has agreed to close its detention center for asylum seekers on Papua New Guinea's northern island of Manus. The closure was announced Wednesday in a statement by PNG Prime Minister Peter O'Neill, who said an agreement had been reached after meeting with Australian Immigration Minister Peter Dutton in Port Moresby.   The Pacific island nation's supreme court ruled in April that the center was illegal, as it violated the detainees constitutional right of...... (read more)

20. UN: Ebola After-effects Threaten Food Shortages in West Africa
August 03, 2016

ROME— Farmers in West Africa still reeling from the impact of Ebola, urgently need help or they could be forced to leave their farms to seek work elsewhere, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) said on Wednesday. During the epidemic, many farmers in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia were unable to grow or sell their crops because of measures to contain the virus, including travel restrictions, border closures and quarantines, as well as fear of infection. Rice, cassava and other crops went unharvested. Food production in Sierra ... (read more)

21. US Adds 8 Countries to List of Worst Human Traffickers
June 30, 2016

The United States has added eight more countries to its blacklist of nations most involved in the human trafficking industry. In a report unveiled Thursday at the U.S. State Department, Burma, Haiti, Djibouti, Papua New Guinea, Sudan, Suriname, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan join others to make up the list of the 27 world's worst offenders. VOA's Zlatica Hoke has more.... (read more)

22. Cameroon Ivory Bust Reveals Maritime Trafficking Route
June 17, 2016

CAMPO, CAMEROON— Cameroon is making efforts to crack down on elephant poaching and ivory trafficking. Several recent busts have led officials to intensify surveillance at sea and in border areas.   A man who complained to police at their station near the town of Campo on Cameroon’s southern border with Gabon and Equatorial Guinea was arrested alongside 45 other people although he insisted he was just a passenger aboard the ship. But Georges Mouncharou, Cameroon’s highest wildlife official in the area, said the ship had three containers of ivory on board weighing about ... (read more)

23. Police Fire at Papua New Guinea Protesters, 4 Killed
June 08, 2016

SYDNEY— Four people were reportedly killed when police in Papua New Guinea opened fire during a protest in the capital, Port Moresby.  The South Pacific country's parliament has been told the violence took place during a demonstration by students. Protestors say the police in Papua New Guinea fired shots directly into the crowd during a rally over alleged government corruption.  The violence reportedly took place when officers tried to arrest the president of a student council.  Opposition members of parliament have said that four people have died, and several others w... (read more)

24. H5N1 Virus Resurfaces in Cameroon
June 02, 2016

KIOSSI, CAMEROON— Huge quantities of live chickens and other table birds are stockpiling in Kiossi on Cameroon's southern border, following a ban on Cameroon table birds by neighboring Gabon and Equatorial Guinea. The ban was announced as a result of the resurgence of the avian influenza virus that has claimed 40,000 birds. Farm owner Elizabeth Medoung is transporting her birds from Yaounde to Equatorial Guinea and Gabon. She says at Kiossi she was informed that those countries had banned the sale of poultry from Cameroon. She says Cameroon authorities have ask... (read more)

25. WHO Declares Guinea Ebola-Free
June 01, 2016

GENEVA— The World Health Organization Wednesday declared the end of Ebola transmission in Guinea, after the West African country successfully passed 42 days without a confirmed case of this fatal disease. Guinea was first declared free of Ebola in December. Since then, it has had two flare-ups of the disease. This West African country now has passed two 21-day incubation periods without a single case of Ebola. So the World Health Organization is declaring Guinea free of Ebola transmission for a second time. WHO spokesman, Christian Lindmeier tells VOA what Guinea is experiencing is no... (read more)

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