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· April, 2007

Stories about Language from April, 2007

Uzbekistan: Alphabets

Algeria: Say Camel in 40 Words

China: Slogans with Chinese characteristics

Japan: Three Days Priest

Liberia: the man da can put Charles Taylor inside

Kurdistance: A Week Like Any Other

The news coming out of the Kurdish blogs this week is as varied as the landscape of Kurdistan itself. From predictions on Syrian Kurd alliances with Israel, to censorship in...

Japan: Chinese-Japanese Rapper Nycca

Writers in Guatemala

In Guatemala, most of the writers find it really hard to publish a book, and even harder to make it profitable. They often work as journalists, analysts, engineers and also...

Tanzania: blog about Swahili film in the US

Ukraine: Yulia Tymoshenko's Article

Algeria: To Exist or Not to Exist

Russia: Unreadable News

Lusosphere Reports The First Round of East Timor's Elections

Timor-Leste is holding its first national election as an independent nation, and the vote counting now indicates the need for a second round to decide the next President. The voting...

China: New Slang

Ukraine: Family History

Bahrain: What's An Imbecile?

Bahrain: Neutral Language?

Bulgaria: Names and Nicknames

Slovenia: Difficult Language

Japan: Salarymen

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