U.N. Asks International Court to Weigh In on Britain-Mauritius Dispute
In a blow to Britain, the General Assembly voted to refer London’s territorial dispute with a former colony to the International Court of Justice.
In the Indian Ocean, Fragments of a Continent Where They Should Not Be
A new study says that rock found on the island of Mauritius is evidence of pieces of the supercontinent Gondwana that were left behind as it broke up.
Third Piece of Debris Confirmed to Be From Missing Malaysian Jet
Australia said the debris had serial numbers and marks similar to those on another piece identified as part of the jet, which disappeared in March 2014.
An Island Escape With Community Ties on Mauritius
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
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
Plus, Galliano pays up, at home with Kate Moss and more from the week in style.
Welsh University to Open Mauritius Campus
Students at the new campus in St. Louis, the capital, will be awarded Aberystwyth University degrees.
FIFA Congress Takes Flight in Mauritius
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
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
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.
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