Saipan


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the largest island in the Northern Marianas and the administrative center of the commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands in union with the United States

US forces captured the island from the Japanese in July 1944

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Tommy, one of the companies trying to settle with the Saipan workers, was among the first mainstream fashion icons to cash in on the hip-hop strategy.
After adjusting to the time change, I met with Rudy Pua, director of the Saipan Department of Youth Services, and his staff.
Keane attacked the 17-hour flight to get to Saipan and blasted the training conditions.
Keane was unhappy about the long-haul flight to Saipan, commenting: ``It's different if we came here to a top training facility.
Before speaking to the crew, he presented the enlisted surface warfare specialist pin to three Saipan Sailors, and used the occasion to introduce his next award presentation -- the 2000 Battle Efficiency Award.
The lawsuit alleges that more than 13,000 garment workers in Saipan often work 12-hour days, seven days a week, in unsafe, unclean conditions that violate U.
During the past five years, contractors in the garment industry in Saipan have been cited for more than 1,000 violations by the U.
take care of yourself," Hiramine wrote to Nakamata, who, according to his family members, died during fighting in Saipan.
By reputation, a stodgy and colorless cavalryman, he was perhaps unsuited by nature or experience to defend Saipan.
As the first full-fledged insurance company in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI), CIC Saipan maintains its market leader position in the region.
PAL has been flying twice weekly between Manila and Saipan since October last year and will continue to do so until March 25, 2017.
SAIPAN, Northern Mariana Islands, Shawwal 27, 1436, August 12, 2015, SPA -- A multi-agency disaster recovery center is set to open on Saipan, about 10 days after a typhoon devastated the most populated island of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, according to AP.
We trained on Maui for three months and then headed for Saipan [in the Mariana Islands on June 5], We didn't know where we were going until we were about three days on the water.