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· March, 2007

Stories about Refugees from March, 2007

Ukraine: Book on Chernobyl

MoldovAnn reads Piers Paul Read's 1993 book on Chernobyl (Ablaze: The Story of the Heroes and Victims of Chernobyl) and discovers that she has been to a few Ukrainian towns...

Russia: Chechnya's Street Children

A Step At A Time translates an article on street children in Chechnya.

The Balkans: War Criminals Abroad

Neretva River writes about five war criminals living abroad; Bosnia Vault writes about the one who had just been spared extradition by a British judge: “How much time needs to...

Dominican Republic: Haitian Discrimination?

The Latin Americanist refers to an Amnesty International report on widespread discrimination against Haitians in the Dominican Republic.

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

I cannot believe it has been four years since the Iraq war started. Has it ended? I don't know but it feels more like an a lifetime has passed. In...

Jordanian Blogs: A Snow Day & Other Mid-March Tales

The biggest story to take the Jordanian blogosphere by storm seems to be the strange weather lately. A snow storm swept the country for 24 hours and many bloggers had...

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Coffee Grinders

London Sevdah writes about a very special coffee grinder: “My mum brought this one over from Bosnia when we were excaping the country as refugees – it was one of...

Georgia: Internally Displaced Persons

Onnik Krikorian reports on and posts pictures of ethnic Georgians who were displaced by fighting in Abkhazia

Poland: Simon Moll Wasn't Political Refugee

The beatroot continues covering the saga of the African man who infected seven Polish women with HIV: the latest news is that Simon Moll was only pretending to be a...

The Balkans: The EU is Getting Closer

Serbia and Croatia are likely to join the EU real soon, Neretva River reports.

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