Majuro


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Ma·ju·ro

 (mə-jo͝or′ō)
The capital of the Marshall Islands, an atoll of the southern Ratak Chain.
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ADB will help install an advanced metering infrastructure to allow the Marshalls Energy Company to identify and reduce losses on the Majuro power system, improve revenue collection, and plan for the installation of distributed renewable energy generation in the Majuro power system.
Today, nearly half a century later, United's Island Hopper - Flight 155 - departs Guam in the morning and makes a series of five, one-hour flights to the islands of Chuuk, Pohnpei, Kosrae; Kwajalein and Majuro.
One-third of the people reside in the capital, Majuro.
Initially in 2014, Majuro accused nine countries of failing to comply with the 1968 nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, which seeks to inhibit the spread of atomic bombs.
After some of their "actions" (along with those of other organizations) the European parliament banned the importation of clubbed baby seal pelts; Russia pretty much stopped whaling after years of denying it was doing so; France stopped nuclear testing in the Majuro Atoll (it was France's intelligence agency that bombed and sank Wilcox's Rainbow Warrior in New Zealand in 1985); the Japanese-Peruvian whaling industry shut down; and Watson's ship single-handedly evacuated the radiation victims of Rongelap Atoll in the Marshall Islands, to name just a few of their victories.
Embassy is located on Majuro Atoll, which is home to the capital and nearly half of the country's 70,000 residents.
Asia Pacific currently operates three B727-200(F) freighters operating from Guam via Majuro to Honolulu.
As those who remember that terrifying day and younger generations gather in the Marshall Islands' capital of Majuro to commemorate the anniversary, many exiles refuse to go back to the zones that were contaminated, despite US safety assurances.
He is set to fly home from Majuro in the Marshall Islands on Friday and has been to the barber to tidy up for the big day.
As Mexican sailor Jose returned to civilisation in Majuro, the capital of the Marshall Islands, he said: "I'm alive and I can't believe it.
MAJURO (TAP) - Jose Salvador Alvarenga, a castaway, who says he spent more than a year adrift in the Pacific, has asked to be taken home, after washing ashore in the Marshall Islands.
He was in Australia to drum up support for the Majuro Declaration on climate change that his government will be launching at the Pacific Islands forum this year.