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· February, 2008

Stories about Youth from February, 2008

Russia: Prince Harry and Local “Elite's Offspring”

Serbia: Window For Slovenian Embassy

China: Baby Coming

Ukraine: Public Education and the President's Kids

Egypt: Praying against Mubarak in the Metro

From an offer to give up a seat at the metro, to an impromptu protest against Egyptian President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak. Eman Abdurahman brings us the story from Egypt.

Kuwait: Celebrating National Day through Art

Barbados, Jamaica: Abortion Debate

Jamaica, Bermuda: Rogue Children

Ukraine: Missing Children

Bermuda: Education System

What does make them come to Campus Party?

Serbia: Anglophone Bloggers on Belgrade Rally, Riots, Kosovo

Below is a selection of the English-language posts about last week's events in Serbia and Kosovo, which appeared on Feb. 21-23.

Japan: More views on alleged rape in Okinawa

Mozambique: Demanding un update on the children trafficking case

Nigeria: Nigeria's youngest painter

Iran:Resistance against security forces in Tehran

Serbia: Bloggers Discuss Rally and Rioting in Belgrade

Yesterday, Kosovo is Serbia rally was held in Belgrade. According to unofficial sources, 150,000-200,000 people attended it to protest against unilateral proclamation of independence of Kosovo. The rally went peacefully...

Bahrain: Lost causes?

Recently a number of bloggers have complained about a lack of real education, a lack of critical thinking, and a lack of political engagement in Bahrain. Ayesha Saldanha tunes into...

Barbados: Hair Them Out

Armenia: Realpolitik and Blat

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