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· December, 2007

Stories about Youth from December, 2007

21 December 2007

Russia: Kozlovsky's Forced Conscription

Russia: “Nashi” and Feminism

Bahrain: Celebrations, commemorations, and demonstrations

Bahrain is approaching the end of a ten-day holiday to celebrate both its National Day and Eid Al Adha, which has seen tragedy as well as joy. December 16 is...

Armenia: Action Puts Bloggers In Media Spotlight

In countries such as Armenia where the mainstream broadcast media is firmly under the control of government-connected businessmen and/or officials, while the traditional print and online media largely reflects the...

China: Children Version of Lust, Caution

Kyrgyzstan: Teaching finance

Madagascar elections: a warning for the current regime?

The final results of the municipal elections for Antananarivo, the capital city of Madagascar, were handed out last week. The independent candidate, Andry Rajoelina, won against the candidate of the...

20 December 2007

Serbia: 50 Cent in Kosovo

Turkey: Childhood Dreams

Arabeyes: Celebrating Eid Al Adha

Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid Al Adha - which commemorates Ibrahim's (Abraham's) willingness to sacrifice his son Ismael for Allah (God). It also culminates the Hajj, an annual...

Barbados, Jamaica: Navel String

Kazakhstan: Blogosphere’s Self-Reflection

Recently, the Kazakhstani blogosphere has suddenly become interested in what the blogs really are and what sort of impact they have. Bloggers produced series of posts on this topic approximately...

18 December 2007

Armenia: Protest Highlights Blogging

India: Death of two students

Kyrgyzstan: Women and Youth Score Worst in Elections

Iraq: The Suffering of Iraqis

While we have touched on the plight of Iraqi refugees in neighbouring Arab countries previously, nothing compares to the real misery they are facing away from their homes and jobs...

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