Striking Fiji nurses rounded up

One News, August 7, 2007 Fijian soldiers and riot police have rounded
up and forcibly removed a group of striking nurses who were picketing
in Suva in a protest over their pay. Around 20 nurses were picketing
outside government building, hoping to catch the eye of Fiji's military
commander and self appointed prime minister Commodore Frank
Bainimarama. But instead the protesters drew the attention of
Bainimarama's men. "If you stand in threes it's against the law, it's a
crowd, but if you stand in twos it's not. If they arrest us they have
to give a good reason for arresting us," says Kuini Lutua from the Fiji
Nursing Association. ... Striking