An aerial view shows burned-out buildings in Honiara’s Chinatown on November 27 after calm returned to the Solomon Islands’ capital following days of rioting that left at least three dead and reduced sections of the city to smouldering ruins. Photo: AFP
An aerial view shows burned-out buildings in Honiara’s Chinatown on November 27 after calm returned to the Solomon Islands’ capital following days of rioting that left at least three dead and reduced sections of the city to smouldering ruins. Photo: AFP

Solomon Islands unrest: three killed in Honiara’s Chinatown, burnt bodies found

  • The charred bodies were discovered in a burnt-out store in the Chinatown district of capital Honiara, the first reported deaths after days of rioting
  • A curfew had been imposed on the restive capital overnight after a third day of violence that saw the prime minister’s home come under attack

Topic |   Pacific nations
An aerial view shows burned-out buildings in Honiara’s Chinatown on November 27 after calm returned to the Solomon Islands’ capital following days of rioting that left at least three dead and reduced sections of the city to smouldering ruins. Photo: AFP
An aerial view shows burned-out buildings in Honiara’s Chinatown on November 27 after calm returned to the Solomon Islands’ capital following days of rioting that left at least three dead and reduced sections of the city to smouldering ruins. Photo: AFP
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