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· May, 2007

Stories about Health from May, 2007

Russia: Export of Bio Specimens Banned

Sri Lanka: My mom is a Doctor

China: Pork barrel politics

Latvia: Gay Parade and Other “Problems”

Jordan: Smoking Fines

Tunisia: Anti-Smoking Campaign

Albania: Ban on Smoking

Bahrain: Police Excessive Use of Force

Cuba: Health Care

Maternal Mortality Still High in Tunisia

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

If you read nothing else in Global Voices today read this post. I mean it. Everything is here from going to schools in a war zone, review of the latest...

Bulgaria: George Michael For Tripoli Six

Barbados: Health Care Woes

Mexico: Abortion Figures After First Month

The best strategy to lose weight.

Americas: Reproductive Rights Blog

Cameroon: Nkuma, a new movie about female genital mutilation

Arabeyes: Unlicensed Bahrainis; Silent Algerians; Kidneyless Egyptians and More

What is banned and allowed in Bahrain? How did the government and politicians react to the low turn out at the Algerian elections last week? Why did an Egyptian man...

China: Infected Pig Statistics

Chris O'Brien blogs about the confusing statistics about Pig disease in China: Xinhua: 300, Hong Kong media report: 1,300, Reuters: a million.

Morocco's UN Refugee Office Closes its Doors

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