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Nofoaga mo tagata ua leaga Fale Nofo - Fa’alavelave Fa’afuase’i

E to’atolu sui o le FEMA ua i ai i le teritori e fa’atautaia le semina mo le Fa’atula’ia o Nofoaga e pasia e le FEMA mo le tausia fa’apitoa o i latou ua afaina nofoaga e alaala ai, ona o fa’alavelave fa’anatura, po’o isi fa’alavelave e afua mai i ni faiga fa’aterarisi po’o fa’ama’i pepesi tele ua le mafai ona matineia.
 



Olaga Le Tumau

Vaega: 165
 
Taeao manuia i lou alafa’i mai i le manuia i lenei aso fou, o se aso e fa’aopoopo i lou soifua fa’apea ma si o’u nei ola vaivai, e ao ai ona o tatou fa’apea ifo, “Le Ali’i e, ia fo’i atu lava le vi’iga ma le fa’amanu i Lau Afio e fa’avavau, fa’avavau lava, amene.”
 



KARA: E fa’alagolago lou soifua i lau tausami

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HAGATNA, Guam - O se fautuaga malosi sa mafai ona fa’alauiloa e le tamaitai foma’i o Chasica Kara o Guam, e leai se isi auala e mafai ai ona maua e le Pasefika le soifua maloloina, sei vagana ua tausami i taumafa na aumai e le Atua e tausi ai le soifua maloloina o le tagata.
 
O laau na mafai ona fa’ailoa e Kara i le taimi o lana folasaga, o laau uma fo’i ia o lo o maua i le siosiomaga o Samoa ma ona tagata.
 



Court Report

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SEX CASE IN HIGH COURT
 
Bail of $20,000 has been set for Taauso Fa’afetai Siliga on charges of child molesting, sodomy, deviate sexual assault, sexual abuse first degree and endangering the welfare of a child. According to the government’s case, a 12-year-old girl was hanging out with the defendant, who’s 19 years old, behind a private school in Leone at 11pm at night. It’s alleged the defendant kissed the girl and touched her inappropriately.
 



White Collar employees in Am. Samoa to see pay hike under new law

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The “special salary level” for salary workers — who are considered exempt ‘white collar’ employees in American Samoa — will get a hike of nearly $400 a week under a US Department of Labor final rule published yesterday in federal portal, regulations.gov and the federal registry website, under the heading, “Defining and Delimiting the Exemptions for Executive, Administrative, Professional, Outside Sales and Computer Employees.
 



Samoan student pleads guilty to Facebook threats

A Samoan student has pleaded guilty to four charges of posting threats on Facebook and has been sent back to prison to await a July hearing on additional charges.

Setefano Taofia Toala has pleaded not guilty to five other charges relating to school fights between Avele College and a rival school which led to Avele temporary closing.

Talamua Online reports the National Prosecution office asked the court to deny bail for Setefano due to the seriousness of the offenses.



Samoa issues arrest warrant for ex- U.S. army man

The Chief Justice, His Honour Patu Tiava’asue Falefatu Sapolu has ordered a warrant of arrest for former United States army personnel, Mualia Salamo.

Mr. Salamo failed to appear before the Supreme Court yesterday where a hearing date was scheduled to be set.

He had previously pleaded not guilty to five charges against him under the Drugs and Narcotics Act and the possession of Unlawful and Illegal Weapons Act.

The former U.S. army man is accused of allegedly bringing in illegal drugs and weapons that were found in a container shipped into the country last year.



To’atele tagata eseese fiafia i le elei ma ato lalaga a Samoa

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HAGATNA, Guam - Na moilmauina le to’atele o tagata eseese o le Pasefika e aofia ai tagata mai isi atunuu eseese o le lalolagi na lolofi atu e fia maimoa ma fia malamalama i le tulaga e fa’atino ai e tagata Samoa le lalagaina o a latou fala, pulou, ato, pale, ma isi lava ituaiga galuega taulima e fa’aaoga i ai le lau Fala poo le lau Paono.
 



TALA MAI SAMOA

TUSI SAISAITIA ALI’I SA AVEA MA FITAFITA O LE AMI A AMERIKA
 
Ua fa’atonuina e le faamasinoga maualuaga a Samoa se tusi saitaitia mo le ali’i sa avea ma fitafita i le Ami a le malo o Amerika, ona o lona le tulai i lona faamasinoga, talu ai ona o moliaga o lona aumai i le atunu’u o fana e le faatagaina ma fualaau fa’asaina.
 



Samoan man now in custody in Washington state for beating wife

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Manuia ‘Manu Bird’ Atualevao, a Samoan man who is a repeat offender charged with domestic violence, is alleged to have severely beaten his wife in Washington state before going on the run last month. He has since turned himself in, and is now in police custody.
 
The April 16 incident was posted by families and friends of the victim — a daughter of Pago Pago village — on Facebook hours after the alleged assault occurred and at that time, Atualevao was nowhere to be found.
 



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