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· September, 2007

Stories about Breaking News from September, 2007

6 September 2007

Israel: Syria Fires at Israeli Warplane

Cuba: Pavarotti Passes On

Japan: It's in the Milk

A group of scientists announced yesterday that Japanese women's breast milk has been found to contain a toxin similar to the pollutant PCB, with possible sources including a contaminated fish...

5 September 2007

China: Violent BBQ crackdown backfires

City administration officials in Chongqing attacked an illegal barbecue vendor, then the massive crowd which had formed attacked them, setting fire to the officials' vehicle; the riot squad was called...

4 September 2007

St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Jamaica: Two Prime Ministers

Jamaica: Election “too close to call”?

In Jamaica's long-awaited elections on Monday 3rd September, the opposition party won the slimmest of majorities. With a ballot recount underway, Caribbean bloggers weigh in...

D. R. of Congo: Trouble in the Kivus

This month’s round-up from the Democratic Republic of Congo will focus on bloggers in North and South Kivu. Bordering Rwanda and Burundi, these two provinces represent the troubled epicenter of...

Honduras: Hurricane Felix Creates a Blogstorm

A storm of blog entries has appeared as Hurricane Felix approaches the Nicaraguan shore. The most recent computer models show Felix hitting the north shore of Nicaragua, its eye moving...

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