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18 October 2005

Stories from 18 October 2005

Hungary: Big Star

Poland: Another #1

Russia: Why Bribe-takers Get Caught

Ukraine: The Market That Wouldn't Die

Uzbekistan: Recognition at the Cost of Lives

Armenia: Low Marks for Local Election

Georgia: An Autumn Day

Mexico, Honduras, Belize, Nicaragua: Hurricane Wilma

Cuba: A Link “Ajiaco”

Colombia: Changing Outsider Perception

Brazil: Neocon Discontent

Argentina: Still Corrupt, But Not As Corrupt

Egyptian Parliamentary Elections

The parliamentary elections Egyptians face next month may very well be more substantial than the first Presidential one they encountered last month. Through these elections many hope to influence the...

Lebanon: The Mehlis Report Inconsequential

Livability in the Middle East

Bahrain: Corruption Perceptions Index

Tunisia: Hunger Strike and Censorship

Neila Charchour Hachicha writes that the PLM’s web site, which was the unique political website accessible in Tunisia has been censored today. “However we want you to get the declaration...

Food aid for Zimbabwe

India: Protest March

India: Contraceptives

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