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· April, 2007

Stories about Western Europe from April, 2007

Lusosphere Reports The First Round of East Timor's Elections

Timor-Leste is holding its first national election as an independent nation, and the vote counting now indicates the need for a second round to decide the next President. The voting...

Election Ploy: Sarkozy Plans to Add Toussaint Louverture to the Pantheon

France: A War of Memory

Russia: No Bikes Allowed

Bahrain: Iran Winning Propoganda War

Brazilians Wrap-up and Rap Upon 10 Years of Blogging

The word is out on the web: blogs are celebrating their 10th anniversary. And although blogging about blogging is something bloggers do all the time, the remembrance offers the opportunity...

Israel: Erasing the Holocaust?

Iran: The Fine Tailor of a Suit

Iran: Report Card on Releasing Hostages

DRC: March in Manchester Against Kabila

DRC: Recent Attacks on Bemba

Egypt: Venetian Ties with the Middle East

Congo-Brazzaville: Florence Arthaud, Tourism and Corruption

Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea: Tell-all Biography of Slain Activist Félix Moumié's Widow

Iraq: Thoughts on Captured British Sailors

Saudi Arabia: Maritime Crisis and Apologies

Africa, France: Suing African Leaders for Embezzlement

Bolivia: “Tears and Fraud as the Door to Spain Closes”

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