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Mauritius News

An Island Escape With Community Ties on Mauritius Click Here to Open in a New Window
With its easy access to boats as well as a sense of connection, La Balise Marina is attracting both expatriates and local residents.
In Mauritius, Gourmet Rice Points to a Brighter Future Click Here to Open in a New Window
A shift from sugar to rice illustrates a global shift among commercial farms from commodity crops toward higher-value items that can be sold at premium prices.
Joan Jett for Hot Topic, Zanini No More and Lea T's Tresses Click Here to Open in a New Window
Plus, Galliano pays up, at home with Kate Moss and more from the week in style.
Welsh University to Open Mauritius Campus Click Here to Open in a New Window
Students at the new campus in St. Louis, the capital, will be awarded Aberystwyth University degrees.
FIFA Congress Takes Flight in Mauritius Click Here to Open in a New Window
When congress opens, FIFA will be dealing with issues from President Sepp Blatter’s possible run for another term to accusations of vote-rigging among executive committee members.
Oasis of Calm Is Put Back Together, Piece by Piece Click Here to Open in a New Window
Restoration of a historic home on Mauritius echoes the growth in its real estate market.
What Mauritius Can Teach Us About the Global Arms Trade Click Here to Open in a New Window
You’d like to set up an illegal weapons network in the post-9/11 era, but where to begin? Maybe try the idyllic island nation of Mauritius.
Mauritius Bars Ex-Associates of Arms Dealer Click Here to Open in a New Window
The men, former associates of Viktor Bout, were denied a certificate that would allow them to transport weapons, the government and a private group say.
Castaways Click Here to Open in a New Window
Loss is a bond between two boys — one Indian, one Jewish — in this novel set on the island of Mauritius during World War II.
Mauritius: British Actions Protested Click Here to Open in a New Window
Mauritius sued the British government, saying Britain’s decision to declare the disputed Chagos archipelago a marine reserve violated the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea.





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