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· March, 2008

Stories about Development from March, 2008

Cuba: Can You Hear me Now?

Kazakhstan: Podcast Interview with Joanna Lillis

Kuwait: Stop Demolishing Kuwait Facebook Group

Hong Kong: Revitalizing Tai O

Colombia: Contest brings forth multimedia citizen journalists

Contest open for anyone, regardless of nationality, to write, show and create content telling the world about a very special place in Colombia most people wouldn´t normally be aware of....

Barbados: Archaic Laws

Burkina Faso: Home of black bags, baobabs and cute kids?

This roundup will begin with some old business. From Stephen Davis of Voice in the Desert: His book Sophie and the Albino Camel is up for the Norfolk Shorts shortlist...

Turkmenistan: Fewer Large Families

China: Forbidden City

Brazil: Haiti, Rio de Janeiro and the UN peacekeeping mission

Turkmenistan: Deadly Highway

Afghanistan: Why Grow Poppy

Poland, Ukraine: Euro 2012

Turkmenistan: The Country's Greatest Secret

Kazakhstan: 6% of .kz Domain Works

Liquid assets: Bloggers on World Water Day

It's known as the universal solvent, Adam's Ale, government juice, council pop, H2O, dihydrogen monoxide, hydrogen hydroxide, has a ton of different names in Arabic and yesterday (March 22) the...

Maldives: Living with contaminated groundwater

As the world observed World Water Day on March 22, issues concerning sanitation and access to safe water were discussed and debated in the media. This year’s theme for WWD...

Iraq: Five long years … most of them in tears

For me the whole story of the fifth anniversary of the Iraq war can be summed up one post. One post that says nothing about the past five years but...

Bahrain: Kindest People Ever

Lebanon: Solidere demolishes synagogue

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