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· September, 2008

Stories about Food from September, 2008

Arabeyes: Daily life during Ramadan

In this post we look at different experiences of everyday life across the Arab world during Ramadan. We hear how Palestinians are coping in Gaza, how an Italian deals with...

Haiti: Update from Cabaret

Cuba: How to Help

The Balkans: Food

Haiti: Humanitarian Disaster

Trinidad & Tobago: Sea Moss

UAE: Gold Laced Iftar

Oman: The Sandwich Artist

Oman: Ramadan Delicacy

Trinidad & Tobago: Corn Soup

Haiti: The Road Ahead

D.R. of Congo: Dinner

Brunei: Ramadhan campaign

Vietnam's street vendors

Haiti, Bahamas: Hurricane Hanna

Haiti didn't need another tropical storm, far less another hurricane. As Hanna descended upon the island, she brought with her more rains, more flooding and more death.

Japan: Cup Ramen Museum

Syria: Sarkozy and Assad's dinner

Haiti, Jamaica: Hurricane Update

As the Caribbean territories that were hit by Hurricane Gustav begin their clean-up efforts, new storms threaten to disrupt these islands once again.

Guyana: Living or Surviving?

Morocco: Welcoming Ramadan

Ramadan comes but once a year, and Moroccan bloggers are gearing up for the month ahead by sharing recipes, photos, and their thoughts on Morocco's imams spotting the moon a...

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