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· February, 2011

Stories about Guyana from February, 2011

Guyana: What you find on the Internet

Green coffee and porn? Guyana-Gyal explains the link.

Guyana: Mashramani “Huge Success”

Check out photos of this year's Mashramani celebrations, here.

Guyana: Journalist Sharief Khan Dies

Guyanese bloggers acknowledge the passing of veteran journalist, Sharief Khan.

Guyana: Mashramani Festival

“On February 23, people from the ten regions of Guyana converge on the country’s capital to participate in the grand, massive carnival-like event, with costumed bands and a float parade”:...

Guyana: Environmental Degradation

“We’re sorry Little Ones, so sorry. Please forgive we for this dying that we’s creating”: Guyana-Gyal grieves for the environment.

Guyana: Going Solar?

Want to make money in Guyana? Guyana-Gyal has a bright idea.

Bermuda, Guyana: Action of the People

Respice Finem suggests that Bermuda may have some lessons to learn from the Middle East, while The Guyana Groove says: “I am so inspired by the recent political revolutions happening...

Latin America: Drawing Parallels with Egypt

As protests in Egypt continue, Latin American bloggers are drawing historical parallels with similar uprisings in the region and some are wondering: “Could it happen here now?”

Blogger asks: “Could instability spread to Latin America?”

Considering the recent and ongoing events in Tunisia and Egypt, Bloggings by boz asks: “If it is a crisis year, what would it mean for Latin America?”. Boz goes over...

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