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· August, 2009

Stories about Youth from August, 2009

17 August 2009

USA: “I am getting deported on Wednesday”

Herta Llusho is a 19-year old student at risk of being deported from the United States to Albania. Bloggers at DreamActivist.org and other immigrant rights blogs are calling on Americans...

Armenia: Environmental activist charged with libel

16 August 2009

Morocco: Faith and Jasmine

Egypt: Limited Internet is Unlimited Backwardness

Egypt's Internet users joined hands to express their outrage at a new law which limits their Internet use. Now the law has been reversed and only new subscribers will be...

Turkmenistan: Ministry of Education clamps down on students

15 August 2009

Armenia: Youth rally for detained activist

Japan: Law Banning Cell Phones for Kids Passed in Ishikawa

Ever since Ishikawa prefecture (500 km/315 miles north of Tokyo) passed the first of a kind regulation in the nation to limit cell phone usage for kids and tweens on...

12 August 2009

Cuba: Concert for Peace?

The Cuban Institute of Music has announced that popular Colombian singer Juanes is scheduled to perform at a "concert for peace" in Havana come September 20th. Cuban bloggers are divided...

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