Three teenage boys who spent 50 days adrift in a tiny boat in the South Pacific walked ashore on shaky legs today after their chance rescue — celebrated on their home island hundreds of miles (kilometers) away as a miracle that brought them back from the dead.
Fiji has suffered overwhelming damage in a powerful weekend cyclone, the prime minister said today, as the first word of houses blown away, trees uprooted, and roads blocked trickled in from regions cut off since the storm.
Fiji's president suspended the constitution of his troubled South Pacific country today and fired the judges who declared its military government illegal. The radical move by the titular head of state paves the way for the armed forces chief who seized power in 2006 to return to control despite a senior court's ruling Thursday that his coup - and therefore his government - was unlawful.
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