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· June, 2007

Stories about Youth from June, 2007

HIV-positive women abandoned by their husbands

Russia: June 22, 1941

India: No Touching

Iran:Juvenile Executions,a Record

Sri Lanka: Being young through War and Peace

Sayanthan, a talented Sri Lankan Tamil blogger based in Switzerland is famous for his entertaining podcasts. His blog is usually full of enthralling anecdotes. Today, he posted a thought provoking...

Myanmar: Leadership Skill Training Workshop

Sri Lanka: On Education

Pakistan: Meeting women

Arabeyes: World Refugee Day – Focus on Iraq

As the world marks the World Refugee Day today, the Middle East finds itself again at the centre of a mounting humanitarian tragedy. With more than 4 million of the...

Palestine: Baghdad Orphanage Horror

Haiti: Sights

Myanmar: Birthday Wishes for Daw Aung San Suu Kyi

Myanmar Bloggers celebrate and send their wishes for Burmese Opposition Leader and Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi's 62nd Birthday on the 19th June 2007.

Phénix, Défi Liban, a collaborative blog for Lebanese and French middle school students

China: Harmonizing 18 child rape cases

Ukraine: Elton John and Kids With AIDS

India: Theatre in Education

Tolubommalata & Koodiyattam are few amongst the variegated theatre forms in the sub-continent. While this ancient art is slowing fading away, modern Indian theatre is taking stage. It now is...

Algeria: Help Feed Children

More on iSummit Dubrovnik 2007

Global Voices author Renata Avila adds another timely update to proceedings at the iCommons Summit in Croatia. There is commentary from non-English speaking sources, which has helped close the information...

A Japanese blogger who studies Korean

India: The Kanchipuram Girl and other photographs

Keerthivasan from Chennai visited nearby Kanchipuram, a temple town. An avid photographer, he snapped a lot of photos but displayed only one! He did not even choose to take this...

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