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· April, 2010

Stories about War & Conflict from April, 2010

Russia: The 2009 Killing of Umar Israilov

Russia: “Burnt By the Box Office”

Japan: Remove the U.S. Marine Base From Ginowan

Afghanistan: Taliban reintegration plans

Azerbaijan: Nationalist propaganda

Kyrgyzstan: The aftermath of public uprising

In the past week, the attention of Kyrgyzstani bloggers has been very firmly centred on political events in this small, mountainous Central Asian country. All over the country, memorials have...

India: Citizens debate government policy and the Maoist response

Dealing a severe blow to the Indian government’s ongoing offensive against the Naxalite-Maoist insurgency, 76 policemen were ambushed and killed by Maoist rebels in Dantewada, Chattisgarh on April 6, 2010....

Myanmar: Hundreds injured in bomb blasts

Philippines: Online indignation over massacre case

The government's recent decision to drop multiple murder charges against two members of the Ampatuan clan involved in the November 2009 Maguindanao massacre of 57 people, including 31 journalists, has...

Madagascar: A Flurry of Alleged Coups as Mediation Resumes

Guinea: Thierno Siré Diallo on Hunger Strike

Rwanda: Rwanda suspends newspapers

Pakistan: Investigation Report On Benazir Bhutto's assassination

Afghanistan: The insurgency leader speaks up

Pakistan: A Mysterious Plane in Karachi

Sri Lanka: A Predictable Election

On 8th of April Sri Lankan voters went to vote to elect 225 representatives in the parliament to form a new government. The election saw a low turnout and was...

Palestine: Ideas for Catchy Titles

Pakistan: Current Crisis In Khyber-Pukhtoonkhwa

Israel/Palestine: Will There Ever Be A Deal For Shalit?

Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit has been held by Hamas for nearly four years, with all attempts having failed to get him released in exchange for Palestinian prisoners held by Israel....

Central Asia: Writing “About Each Other, For Each Other”

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