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· January, 2007

Stories about History from January, 2007

26 January 2007

Russia: Roma Wedding and Christmas

The flag of the Roma people. According to Wikipedia, it “was approved at the First World Romani Congress in 1971, held in London, UK. The flag consists of a background...

Former Yugoslavia: Intermarriage

China: historic church further demolished

China: new Chinese movement

25 January 2007

Laos: Revisiting Laotian Modern History

Russia: “Kremlin, Inc.”

Latvia: Border Dispute

Poland: The Pope's Miracles and Retirement

Poland: HIV and Politics

Former Soviet Union: Cockroaches and Living Conditions

Russia: Conversation With Litvinenko's Widow, Part 5

Elections in Serbia

The first preliminary results of the Serbian parliamentary poll arrived less than an hour after the ballots closed at 20:00 on January 21. Some started celebration while members of the...

Ukraine: Two Years of Yushchenko's Presidency

Two years ago, Dan and Lesya McMinn of Orange Ukraine were among hundreds of thousands of people who came to Kyiv's Independence Square (Maidan Nezalezhnosti) on Jan. 23 to listen...

23 January 2007

What Salvadoran bloggers are saying — on the 15th anniversary of peace accords

January 16 marked the 15th anniversary of the signing of the Chapultepec Peace Accords which ended El Salvador's twelve year civil war. The event was marked by official celebrations, conferences,...

Latvia: Riga Folk Choir

Malawi/Zambia: Remembering John Chilembwe, Debate Over Using Yahoo Messenger At Work and ICTs and Gender Based Violence

Malawian blogger Soyapi Mumba is excited about the introduction of Internet and Pay-Per-View TV services by Malawi Telecom (MTL): Malawi's Internet infrastructure, especially to people's homes, is very poor and...

China: statement on banned book

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