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· September, 2007

Stories about Youth from September, 2007

21 September 2007

Ukraine: Serhiy Kalinovskyi's Escape

Nepal: Students and Minority Groups

Japan: Tokyo's Urban Ruins

Japan: Axe Murder, School Days and a Nice Boat

In a bizarre twist of events, the shocking story of a girl who killed her father with an axe, believed to be motivated by her interest in manga, triggered TV...

20 September 2007

Libya: Childless Mornings

China: On the tazing

Actually, as with almost everything major that happens in America—even Michelle Malkin has multiple Chinese names—people from all corners of China have seen and heard all about Don't Tase Me...

Japan: Moral Education Plan Withdrawn

Venezuela: Taking Over Private Schools

19 September 2007

Arabeyes: Homophobia in Kuwait

Kuwaiti blogger Frankom (Ar) writes an explosive post about what he thinks of homosexuals in his country, sparking a debate among his readers. Amira Al Hussaini translates his post from...

Ecuador: Senseless Death at Football Match

17 September 2007

China: Has Crazy English gone crazy?

“Stand up, those who refused to be slaves……,” This is what Chinese national anthem tells. But in a class by Li Yang in Crazy English, over 3000 students kneeled down...

Argentina: Educ.ar Website is Back

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