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· October, 2007

Stories about Western Europe from October, 2007

Azerbaijan: Terrorist Attack Foiled

Russia: Litvinenko With MI6?

Russia: Artists for Khodorkovsky, Against Putin

Croatia, U.K.: Film Festival

Poland: Auschwitz Book Reviews

Dubai Expensive?

Europe: Roma Links

Poland: More on the Election

Russia: Bloggers Discuss James Watson

James Watson, an American Nobel Prize-winning geneticist, provoked international outrage when The Sunday Times quoted him on race issues on Oct. 14. The news of the controversy produced a certain...

Russia, England: Football

Russia, England: More on the Football Game

India: To Scotland

Europe: Eurovision's Changes

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Songs

Bosnia & Herzegovina: ” Great Powers & Srebrenica Genocide”

Russia, UK: RIP, Dainton Connell

Ukraine, UK: “Falsification, London Time”

Bahrain: Divided By Dialect

In Bahrain this week: the disappearing sea, culture shock in the UK, Ramadan drama serials, a diagnosis of leukaemia - and speaking 'Shia'!

Language death: evolution, natural selection or cultural genocide?

We live in a world of just 194 countries, give or take, but speak between 7,000 and 8,000 languages. That linguistic diversity is fast disappearing, often thanks to the privileged...

Poland: Tusk in London

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