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· January, 2007

Stories about Language from January, 2007

Haiti, France: Creole Language Catholic Mass in Marseilles

Libya: To Return or not to Return?

The last weeks saw a variety of activities on Libyan blogs. It was the ‘end of term’ exams in Libyan schools and Khadijateri has devoted several posts to that. On...

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...

Russia: The Language Issue

Bahrain: Arabic Blogs Translated

D.R. of Congo: the richness of Lingala

Terrorism in Assam and Illegal Bangladeshi immigrants, a take in Hindi!

These last two weeks have seen fairly good amount of activity in the Hindi Blogosphere. With the political & other elections season coming up, its hard to ignore it &...

Nigeria/UK: wishing Big Brother was about racism

Nigeria: Nigerian pidgin 101

Czech Republic: Oldest Resident

The Balkans: Popularity in Centimeters

The Hindi Blogosphere: Nithari and the New Year

With just about every person in Nithari village of Noida & news media in an uproar on the issue of missing children and the subsequent discovery of their skeletons, Hindi...

Toward a Francophone Global Voices

Russia: Sorry State of North Caucasus Journalism

Timur Aliev – LJ user timur_aliev, editor-in-chief of the print/online weekly Chechen Society (Chechenskoye Obshchestvo) and the Chechnya editor of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR) – is...

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