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Topic - Tonga
Tonga's Queen Nanasipauu Tukuaho will receive an elaborate welcome on her first royal visit to Oahu.
Homes swathed in purple and black formed a bright bow running from the countryside to cities of Tonga as the mourning nation honored and buried their late King George Tupou V on Tuesday.
Tonga's King George Tupou V, who gave up most of his powers to bring a more democratic government to his Pacific island nation, died Sunday at a Hong Kong hospital. He was 63.