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· July, 2008

Stories about Migration & Immigration from July, 2008

Pakistan: Back Home

Cuba: Glorious Future?

South Korea: History of Traveller's Complaint

Liberia: Happy 161 birthday!

Africa: Until when the white man's burden?

Israel: Welcoming New Immigrants

Cuba, U.S.A.: Sharpton Calls for Prisoners’ Release

Russia: Ethnic German Diaspora

Jamaica, U.S.A.: Obama the Hero?

Zimbabwe: Fear and indifference

Barbados, Cuba, U.S.A.: The Times Rejects Mc Cain

Jamaica, U.S.A.: Getting Connected

Guyana: Dangerous Times

China: No “Go China!” banners at the Olympics

Those attending the Olympics this year will be subject to the standard rules: no outside food or drinks, no sporting of commercial logos of any kind…but among all those is...

Haiti: Woman PM?

Arabeyes: Moroccan woman refused French citizenship for burqa

Last week a French resident was refused citizenship on the grounds that she was “insufficiently assimilated.” The woman, referred to in the Press as “Faiza M.,” is a Moroccan citizen...

China: Looking back at a campus shooting

“...the first few days with the cast were really strange, everyone kept whispering to each other wondering if I was a big kung fu master back in China.” Why does...

Sudan: Reactions to the ICC charges against al-Bashir

Since the ICC's prosecutor asked for an arrest warrant for President al-Bashir of Sudan a few days ago, there haven't been many big reactions in the Sudanese blogosphere (although we...

Jamaica, Guyana: “Small Boys”

Armenia: Gay Rights

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