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· June, 2007

Stories about Ethnicity & Race from June, 2007

Serbia: Refugees

Sudan: UN-AU Troops in Darfur, Ridiculously Expensive Nursery School, Wildlife Returning in South Sudan and Reactions Towards Sudanese Gay Blogger

It has been awhile since the previous round-up of the Sudanese blogosphere but I am now back with another one covering a variety of topics including angry reactions towards a...

India: Kuki Zomi Conflict in 1997

Bahamas: Dialogue on Race

Bosnia & Herzegovina: War Memories

Tamil Blogosphere: Sri Lankan Tamil refugees in India

Back in Nov 2006, Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie was in India and had showered praises on India for giving shelter to displaced people from a number of countries. She also...

Russia: Aleksandr Baurov

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

“To light a candle is much better than cursing the darkness.”So signed off Ausama on his last video for Hometown Baghdad.Today I will concentrate my post on reactions to the...

Bahamas: Understanding Race

Sri Lanka: Being young through War and Peace

Sayanthan, a talented Sri Lankan Tamil blogger based in Switzerland is famous for his entertaining podcasts. His blog is usually full of enthralling anecdotes. Today, he posted a thought provoking...

Afghanistan: Kuchi-Hazara Dustup

Sudan: what drives Khartoum?

Europe: Roma Art at Venice Biennale

South Asia: Sir Salman Rushdie

Afghanistan: Kuchi Incursion

Serbia, Finland: Marija Serifovich's Infamous Quote

India: Theatre in Education

Tolubommalata & Koodiyattam are few amongst the variegated theatre forms in the sub-continent. While this ancient art is slowing fading away, modern Indian theatre is taking stage. It now is...

South Africa: politics of renaming streets

Russia: 1985 Assault on Rembrandt

Serbia: “The Hidden Fascism”

Inspired by the legacy of an African-American activist Audrey Lorde, a Serbian blogger condemns her compatriots' tendency to keep silent about crimes taking place in their own backyard. Sinisa Boljanovic...

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