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· December, 2007

Stories about Brazil from December, 2007

Lusosphere: Wishes and hopes for 2008

The new year is inevitably soon arriving and the Lusosphere is booming with posts about traditions, resolutions, wishes, and reflections. Here is a short roundup of Portuguese speaking blogs from...

Brazil: OLPC After First Round of Bidding

Brazil: A visit to Pakistan

Brazil: An end of year reminder about slavery

Brazil: 18,000 liters of amonia and latex leak in Acre

Brazil: Open Source Living

Brazil: The first Christmas of a mother who has lost a son

Brazil: The future is open source

Brazil: 2007 in posts

Brazil: We will write in Portuguese indeed

Brazil: Respecting Bolivian immigrants

Oscar Niemeyer: 100 years of a daring architeture

Brazilian and international bloggers have been wishing a happy birthday to Oscar Niemeyer, the prized modernist architect who turns 100 today still very much alive, lucid, working and involved in...

Burkina Faso: What Causes Corruption?

Brasil: Magazine made by bloggers is live

Brazil: Lower socio-economic classes and e-commerce

Brazil: On winning YouTube short film contest

Brazil: Shocking image of a cruel reality

Blogging World Aids Day

Bloggers around the world marked World Aids Day on December 1 by speaking openly and strongly about HIV and AIDS. Each post is a tribute to the fight against the...

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