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· April, 2006

Stories about Labor from April, 2006

28 April 2006

Riots and panic in East Timor

Violence broke out in East Timor's capital Dili earlier today. Dili-gence says The usual press outlets have already reported 2 dead and 21 injured. We received a phone call from...

Jordan: Customer Service

27 April 2006

Iran: Contractual Workers Fired!

Polish Blogosphere Update

Ever wonder what a day in the life of someone living in Poland would look like condensed into a 10-minute video? Neither did I until I came to Poland. The...

16 April 2006

French Antilles: Questions about Identity and Unemployment

Questioning Identity in the Diaspora Tino Land, written by a Martiniquan blogger living in Paris, highlights the tensions that sometimes exist between Africans and French Caribbeans, criticizing French Antillians who...

13 April 2006

Guatemala: Declartion Against North American Mining Firms

Saudi Arabia: Illegal Nigerians in Saudi Arabia

Polish Blogosphere Update

On the literary front, As the Warsaw Crow Flies notes the death of Polish author Stanislaw Lem. On Lem, Warsaw Crow writes: Having only read his novel Solaris, I can't...

7 April 2006

Taiwan: Police life

Pulse of the Saudi Blogosphere

It's another eventful week in the Saudi blogosphere, so let's get started with our weekly roundup… Providing a proper work environment for Saudi women was one of the major goals...

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