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· August, 2010

Stories about Youth from August, 2010

23 August 2010

Egypt: Egyptian Woman Vs a Woman….

Syria: A Muslim should be like a jar of honey

Pakistan: Horrid Act of Mob Shock The Citizens

Pakistanis are in shock as the news and video of the brutal mob-lynching of two teenage brothers in front of police and an enthusiastic crowd in Sialkot were aired on...

Thailand: Thai Youth Forum 2010

Azerbaijan: An impossible dream?

South Korea: Civil Service Exams Removed, Years of Studies Wasted?

Many South Koreans are angry over a government's decision to replace the civil service exam with open recruitment. The exam has been praised for giving equal opportunities to applicants regardless...

Cape Verde: Debates on Youth and Politics Happening in Portugal

20 August 2010

Guatemala: Almost 1,000 Children Live in Temporal Government Housing

Brunei: “I'm sorry” video now a youtube sensation

Zek's youtube video of apology to his ex-girlfriend is the newest internet sensation in Brunei. A popular blogger described Zek as the "Justin Bieber of Brunei" and the video is...

Colombia: Siblings Create Dining Hall for Hungry Children

18 August 2010

U.S.A.: Russophone Students Blog About Work and Travel Program

RuNet Echo

Every summer thousands of college students from Russia, Ukraine and other former Soviet countries come to the United States to take part in the Work and Travel USA program. Many...

Mexico: Parents to be Reminded About Vaccinations through SMS

17 August 2010

Bolivia: Encouraging Street Children to Skateboard

China: Did powdered milk cause infant breast development?

Recently across China, more than 20 infant girls have been found to have begun developing breasts in what has been called “mini-puberty”. Reports also indicate that at least 3 infant...

16 August 2010

Haiti: Education Challenges

Armenia-Azerbaijan: Dialogue through film

The free flow of information between Armenia and Azerbaijan since independence is obviously problematic given the still unresolved conflict over Nagorno Karabakh, but can new media move in to fill...

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