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· June, 2010

Stories about History from June, 2010

20 June 2010

Hungary: Sinning with Impunity

Twenty years after the transition to democracy, Hungary is discussing whether those who had committed crimes against citizens during the communist era should be called to account.

Israel: World Cup Bonanza – Back to the Game

Maya Norton's attempts to find World Cup reactions in Israeli blogs are being foiled by a minor dilemma - it seems that most Israeli World Cup fans are too busy...

17 June 2010

South Africa: Don't forget Mbeki and De Klerk

Algeria: The Provisional Government of Kabylia – A Threat to National Unity?

The creation of a provisional government of Kabylia (GPK) has caused a great deal of controversy in Algeria. Bloggers wonder what are the implications of this new development for the...

16 June 2010

Belarus: Photos from Minsk, Gomel, Bobruisk, etc.

South Africa: Tonight, it's not just a game

Bafana Bafana take on Uruguay tonight in their second Group A clash in FIFA 2010 World Cup. Bloggers as well as South African citizens are saying that the clash tonight...

14 June 2010

Haiti: Profiting from Disaster?

Cuba: Letters to the Editor

Laos: Forced to buy bracelets?

South Korea: Understanding the Oil Spill From Painful Experience

As the BP oil spill disaster in the United States is reported in South Korea, numerous Korean bloggers, for whom painful memories of the deadliest oil spill in Korean history...

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