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· March, 2006

Stories about History from March, 2006

The blogosphere responds to Jamaica's first woman Prime Minister

On March 30, Jamaica's first (and the anglophone Caribbean's second the anglophone Caribbean's third, after Dominica's Eugenia Charles and Bermuda's Jennifer Smith) female Prime Minister was sworn into office. Portia...

DRC: Malu Malu Announces Delay in Communal Elections

Japan: Textbooks

Taiwan: Chiang Kai-shek's diaries released

Caribbean, US: US-Caricom meeting

Russia: Ilf and Petrov Exhibit

Poland: Parliamentary Crises

Dangdut music and dance in Singapore and all about Home

Singapore is a good place to explore cultures from all over South East Asia. The blogger at licencetospill took some of her friends to a Dangdut club. Dangdut is a...

China: Revolutionary irony

March 24 in the Argentinean Blogosphere

Last friday, march 24, marked 30 years since the beginning of the last military dictatorship in Argentina. There were plenty of reasons to remember this date, which stated the beginning...

Haiti: Army

Serbia & Montenegro: Memories of Belgrade Bombing

China: Growing Nationalism

Mongolia: Traditional Script

Poland: Solidarity 25 Years Ago Isn't Today's Belarus

Russia: Soviet Humor

Bangladesh: Remembering Pakistan

DRC: Kabila's Rwandan Ties Questioned

India: The city of Djinns

Russia: “Seven Sisters” – Part 2

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