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· April, 2006

Stories about Youth from April, 2006

Haitian Blogger Yon Ayisyen: “I'm No Revolutionary Hero”

Yon Ayisien (whose name means “A Haitian”) blogs at Ayisyen Sa Nap Regle? (“What's Up Haitians? ” in Creole) and might as well be renamed HaitiPundit. He is the only...

Moldova: Corrupt Police and Gang Crime

Belarus: “Public Repentance”

Helping Russian Orphans

On March 19, a group of wonderful, kind people from Moscow took presents acquired on donations from ordinary Muscovites to an orphanage in Ivanovo, home to 122 children (o to...

Armenia: Indian Student Protest

Nepal: Youth and democracy

Belarus: Europe's Involvement

Kyrgyzstan: Student Attitudes

Moldova: High School Physics Class

South Africa: inter racial adoption

Taiwan: Hu Jintao unwelcome

Russia: Komsomol

Iran: Underground Life!

Nigeria: Extended family system

French Antilles: Questions about Identity and Unemployment

Questioning Identity in the Diaspora Tino Land, written by a Martiniquan blogger living in Paris, highlights the tensions that sometimes exist between Africans and French Caribbeans, criticizing French Antillians who...

Russia: Chechen Children's Mysterious Illness

Kyrgyzstan: Students on Politics

China: Generation gap

Pulse of the Saudi Blogosphere

It had been a relatively quiet week in the Saudi blogosphere this week. However, several good posts can be found by bloggers from inside the country, and also by those...

Russia: Grigoriy Oster

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