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· April, 2006

Stories about Youth from April, 2006

East Timor: Update from the streets

Armenia: Prkutyun

China: Blog closed for birth

Pulse of the Saudi Blogosphere

Football and ice hockey, hijab and fatwas, bloggers meetups, and much much more from the Saudi blogosphere this week. Let's go… Starting with Swalfy, who did not seem so surprised...

Little East Timorese girl's heart operation a success

Armenia: Students, Administrators, and No Media

Taiwan: Punks still DIYing

Africa: Malaria Day

Adventures of a Retired Armchair Traveller reminds us that last Tuesday 25th of April was Malaria Day….An estimated 1 million children below the age of 5 die from malaria every...

Sudan: Child soldiers return home

Polish Blogosphere Update

Ever wonder what a day in the life of someone living in Poland would look like condensed into a 10-minute video? Neither did I until I came to Poland. The...

Belarus: Photos From Charnobylski Shlyakh

Martinique: Parental Rant

Armenia: Talks Break Down

China: Kidnapping impacts family

Belarus: Alternative Student Resource

China: Underdeveloped Western region

Image from Haiti: Sell Art, Support a School

La Bonne Recolte by J.B. Chery. Image courtesy AyitiCherieConnexion AyitiCherieConnexion posts a slideshow of Haitian paintings and writes (FR): While surfing the web the other day I discovered a not-for-profit...

Czech Republic: Unie Svobody and the June Election

Serbia & Montenegro: Kosovar Schoolgirl Battling Dutch Immigration Officials

Armenia: Indian Student Protests

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