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5 August 2005

Stories from 5 August 2005

Bolivia: New Poll

Venezuela: Telesur

Venezuela: Municipal Election Predictions

Venezuela: American Ambassador and Baseball

Nicaragua: The price of Terror

Cuba: 1,524 Cubans interdicted since Jan. 1

Colombia: Visiting Colombia

Guatemala: More Reflections

El Salvador: Vacation Season

Inside the Japanese Blogosphere

Japanese bloggers were able to offer almost realtime accounts of the recent earthquake in northern Japan. Says one Japanese blogger: The fridge door swung upon, the goldfish bowl fell off...

Ghana: Kente Weavers of Ashanti

Last night, I put together a short video about traditional kente weaving in Ghana's Ashanti region. Kente, perhaps the most famous West African textile, is brightly colored, coming in a...

Zimbabwe: No Fourth Estate?

Singapore: RadioSDP – A pleasant surprise

Philippines: Raul Roco, RIP

Malaysia: The Valley of Bio-Ghosts

Kenya: KBW: 100 not out

Macam-Macam: An apology

China: Trusting the Media

Australia: Soccer and the Australian psyche

Uzebekistan: A Free Clue for State

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