American Samoa

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a United States territory on the eastern part of the island of Samoa

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To allow for a smooth transition, between February 5, 2018 and May 6, 2018, TSA will provide assistance to American Samoans who arrive at an airport without an acceptable identification document.
In April 2014, separate store and restaurant Nutrition Environment Measurement Surveys found that healthful foods in American Samoan stores and restaurants were infrequently available, often cost more, and were promoted less.
Both Feist and Lamy take pride in their knowledge of the American Samoan and Pacific island cargo markets, mentioning the importance of their relationships with clients more than once.
The report 'Meet Bahrain's Best Friend in Congress' (Monday) explored why an American Samoan delegate would support the kingdom.
The Governor of the US territory, Togiola Tulafono, said the southern portion of the main American Samoan island of Tutuila was "devastated".
Shortly after local radio issued tsunami warnings in American and Western Samoa, waves started crashing into the American Samoan capital of AaPago Pago.
The whole southern side of the island is devastated," said Soloalii Faalepo, executive director of the American Samoan government office in Honolulu.
And incredibly, the American Samoan beat two other runners in the women's 100 metres at the World Athletics Championships in Berlin.
troops currently stationed in Korea and about 50 American Samoan Soldiers and airmen on the peninsula.
It then moves through essays that present the struggles of specific indigenous communities, which include Maori protests of genetic engineering (New Zealand), legal battles for Native Hawai'ian land entitlements (United States), the Chamorro battle for land rights (Guam), maintenance of Makah whaling culture (United States), and the American Samoan expression of sovereignty through communal land ownership.
In terms of status he's right up there with our very own Eddie the Eagle, the Jamaican bobsleigh team and the American Samoan football team, who allowed former Walsall and Australia striker David Zdrilic to put eight goals past them in a 31-0 defeat back in 2001.
But that came at middleweight, when American Samoan Maselino Masoe stopped him in two rounds in Miami last year for the vacant WBA strap.
While the national economy grew at a record pace in the 1990s, economic conditions for American Samoan children and families deteriorated.
There, they served as teachers at South Pacific International Christian School in the American Samoan capital of Pago Pago.
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