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· October, 2006

Stories about War & Conflict from October, 2006

Sri Lanka: Hosting Propaganda

India: Capital Punishment, Afzal and Santosh

Mexico: First Hand Account of Oaxaca Violence

Lebanon: Political Uncertainty and Men

Many Lebanese blogs are reflecting the internal political bickering that is creating an atmosphere of uncertainty about the future of the country. Most of the posts in this weeks review...

East Timor: Youth Gangs

Mexico: The last moments of Bradley Roland Will

Journalism seems like a precarious profession to practise in Mexico. It's ranked by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) as one of the most dangerous places to be a journalist....

Uzbekistan: Cannot Be Saved

Sri Lanka: Telecom and Conflict

Russia: Youth Extremism

Russia: War Memorial

Nepal: Maoists and the People

Bangladesh in Turmoil

Bangladesh is going through turbulent times as the row over an interim caretaker government chief persists who will lead the country towards the upcoming parliament election in January 2007. This...

Dispatch from Uganda

The tenuous peace talks in Juba, Sudan, between the Government of Uganda and the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) continue for a third month, with each side accusing the other of...

East Timor: Updates On The Latest Round Of Violence

Sudan: skin-color not the root cause of conflict in Sudan

Russia: Rice on Politkovskaya

Sri Lanka: Agendas of warring parties

Sri Lanka: Future of the Internet

Nepal: Langtang National Park and the Maoists

India: Terrorism, Freedom Fighters etc.

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