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· May, 2007

Stories about Indigenous from May, 2007

Peru: Interview with Archaeologist Guillermo Cock

Thailand: Stereotyping Foreigners

Papua New Guinea: Elections

Philippines: Local Campaigning

Brunei: Kaya Jam

Israel: Myths About the Asian Community

Indonesia: Saying Thanks in Indonesia

Mali: revisiting traditional medicine

Arabeyes: The Middle East in Pictures

Today's Middle East in Pictures tour takes us to Dubai's lovely beaches, Doha at night, a picture of a flower in Bahrain, the blooming flower gardens of Syria this spring...

Brazil: Possible Justice for Dorothy Strang

Yemen: From Camels to Toyotas

Outrage as Zimbabwe assumes helm of key global organization

As if all the troubles bedeviling Zimbabweans were not enough, Zimbabweans were aghast last week as it emerged their beleaguered nation is going to lead the UN Commission on Sustainable...

Kuwait: Dangerous Drivers

Egypt: Ahmadinejad Busted

Arabeyes: Muslim Evangelists; Somali Poets; Death on Amman's Roads and More

Today's round up of Arabic language blogs takes us to the United Arab Emirates, where a Muslim blogger gets an email from Africa urging him to embrace Islam and then...

Peru: Culture and Gender in Advertising

Guyana: Indigenous Communities Claims Against Swiss Bank

Kuwait: Magic Spells on Display

Jordan: When Tradition Meets Fanatism

Morocco: Naming laws, springtime quiet and Sufi music

Although Spring maybe quiet in Morocco as locals dip into specially prepared cuisine, bloggers are busy debating naming laws for new Moroccan parents in The Netherlands and and basking in...

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