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Olaga Le Tumau

Vaega: 157
 
“Le Atua e, e le faia lava so matou loto, ae ia faia pea lou finagalo, ia E alofa foma’i mai ia i matou manatu ma mafaufauga lelei, ina ia mafai ai ona o matou fa’ato’ato’a mea uma i le filemu ma le alofa, ina ia o matou iloa ma mautinoa, o lo’o e fa’atasi mai pea ma i matou, a’o le vi’iga ma le fa’amanu matou te fa’afo’i atu i Lau Afio, amene.”
 



FEMA pre-deployed early response team to the territory

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As Hurricane Amos was slowly heading toward American Samoa late last week, the federal government and the American Red Cross pre-deployed some 50 officials to the territory, which is located far from Hawai’i and the US mainland, in the event the storm became catastrophic.
 



Recently recaptured Samoa prison escapee stabbed, beaten

Prisoner Lauititi Tualima has been taken to the hospital due to injuries he received on Friday night.

According to a source from the hospital who spoke to the Sunday Samoan on the condition of anonymity, Lauititi was brought in on Friday night because he was beaten up and stabbed.

“According to the source Mr. Taualima was stabbed with a pair of scissors and he was badly beaten up by inmates inside the prison.

“The inmates were angry at him for escaping a lot so they beat him up and one of them stabbed him,” said the source.



Seeking to improve transition to civilian life for Veterans

Source: Media Release, Aumua Amata's office

Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Aumua Amata and the House Veterans Affairs Committee (HVAC) conducted a legislative hearing on several bills that have been brought before the committee.
 



Falepuipui ina ua ia taumafai e fesoasoani i lona to’alua

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E 180 aso lea ua fa’asala ai e le fa’amasinoga maualuga se ali’i na ia taumafai e fesoasoani i lona to’alua e ala i lona momoliina lea o ia i le fale o le Fofo Samoa e fofo ai o ia, e ui o lo o ia silafia le fa’atonuga a le fa’amasinoga ua mae’a ona tu’uina atu ia te ia, e fa’asa ai ona ia toe aveina se ta’avale i lona olaga atoa.
 



Olaga Le Tumau

Vaega: 156
 
Tatou fa’afetaia pea lo tatou Atua Silisili ‘Ese, ona o le matagofie ma le matalasi o Ana fuafuaga mo i tatou i aso uma o lo tatou ola. Ae ia o tatou manatua pea, e leai se mea e faigata i Lana Afio, aua o ia o lo tatou maluapapa ma lo tatou malosi’aga i mea uma lava.Ae alo maia o le a toe fa’aauau atu la tatou tala mo lenei aso.
 



Interior provides nearly $2.4 million for regional efforts in the Pacific

Providing for climate adaptation and resiliency efforts, CFA migration, and training for natural disasters
Source: USDOI media release

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Friday, U.S. Department of the Interior Assistant Secretary for Insular Areas Esther Kia'aina approved $2.4 million in grant funding for climate adaptation and resiliency initiatives, including food and water security, and Micronesian One Stop Resource Centers.



Tala otooto o Fa’amasinoga

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REGGIE VA’AVALE
 
O le aso 7 Iulai lea ua fa’atulaga e faia ai le ulua’i iloiloga a le ali’i o Reggie Va’avale i luma o le fa’amasinoga maualuga, i le mae’a ai lea ona ia teena o tu’uaiga ua tu’uaia ai o ia e le malo, e mafua mai i le fa’alavelave lea na ia taumafai ai e osofa’i se fale o se aiga i le vaiaso na te’a nei.
 



TALA MAI SAMOA

TUUMALO LEOTA LEAULUALII ITUAU ALE
 



Court Report

Samoa News staff translation

UNCLE ACCUSED OF RAPING 16-YEAR-OLD NIECE
 
A man in his 30s is facing three felony counts in connection with the alleged rape and sexual assault of a 16-year-old girl, and information received by Samoa News states that the defendant is the victim’s uncle.
 
Because the victim and the defendant are relatives, Samoa News is withholding the identity of the accused, who remains at the Territorial Correctional Facility not yet able to post the $20,000 bail.
 



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