Stories about U.S.A. from September, 2005
Martuni or Bust!!! reports on a screening for Southern California's Armenian community of HETQ's documentary “Desert Nights” on the trafficking of Armenian women and girls to the United Arab Emirates by Arab and Armenian gangs.
Bloggings by Boz has a comprehensive compilation of presidential approval ratings and campaign polls from around the Americas.
NKZone wraps up the aftermath of Monday's North Korean nuclear agreement, saying Pyongyang has already reneged on the Beijing statement.
Oranckay “re-translates” the English version of the statement issued by the six-parties to the Korean nuclear talks.
One Free Korea takes apart, in a point-by-point analysis, the unexpected announcement that North Korea will give up its nuclear weapons program in exchange for security and assistance guarantees from the other five parties to the China-brokered talks.
India, U.S: Post 9/11
Like most of the blogosphere, AnimalPolitico finds it humorous that the president of the United States asks permission to use the bathroom.
Pakistan, USA: Bridging cultures
Bangladesh: Desh in NY
Wither universalism? An AFP story recounts pledges of aid and help to Katrina Hurricane victims coming from the rich and poor of Asian countries except Malaysia. Tech blogger LiewCF is calling all bloggers to help run a Red Cross donation ad on their blogs.
Katrina Help Lines from the KatrinaHelp.info team
The main buzz of many South Asian blogs were about the Hurricane Katrina that caused extensive and severe damage in much of the southeastern United States. Bangladesh: - British journalist Daniel Brett writes two interesting articles in his blog on Bangladesh. One is “what America can learn from Bangladesh” to...