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Palau is considering another loan from the Asian Development Bank to link a second submarine cable to the country.
Three Taiwanese naval ships will visit Palau this week at the same time as US soldiers hold a military exercise with local police.
About 200 US soldiers are heading to Palau next week as part of United States military exercises.
Palau has put a moratorium on all cryptocurrency activity until it can be regulated.
Russia wants to set up a satellite ground station in Palau as part of its global navigation network.
Taiwan will give Palau a patrol boat as part of agreements signed this week during a visit by President Tsai Ing-Wen.
The leaders of five Micronesian states have called on the Pacific Islands Forum to recognise Taiwan and China as equals at its meetings.
The US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, has commended Pacific Island allies of Taiwan.
A senior United States delegation has met with leaders from the Federated States of Micronesia, Palau and Marshall Islands.
Australia's Assistant Minister for International Development and the Pacific is attending the 19th Micronesia Presidents' Summit in Palau.
Palau senators are considering a request by Japan for Okinawa fishermen to have access to the Pacific nation's waters, despite a fishing ban from December 2020.
A former president of Palau wants to limit voting in national and state elections to citizens in the country.
Palau, Samoa and Fiji have pledged their commitment to protect sharks and rays.
Palau will no longer recognise Kosovo, instead favouring Serbia, which claims sovereignty over the breakaway state.
Six people remain in isolation at a Palau hospital as the country continues to wrestle with a dengue fever outbreak.
Despite the threat of tourist numbers falling, Palau is standing firm in its campaign to protect its environment and culture.
Palau will host next year's minister's meeting of the Parties to the Nauru Agreement, or PNA.
Residents in Palau are being urged to protect themselves against mosquitos after an outbreak of dengue fever type 3.
A Japanese company's plan to dredge an unlimited amount of sand in northern Palau for the next 50 years poses serious threats to the environment and peoples' livelihoods, an NGO says.
The International Monetary Fund says a drop in Palau's economic growth this year is in part due to the falling number of visitors.