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27 October 2005

Stories from 27 October 2005

Ayaan Hirsi Ali: Detention center blaze

Nepal: Update on Kantipur FM

Burundi: Agathon Rwasa

Sri Lanka: Burning Questions!

Sri Lanka: Election Decisions

Bangladesh: Sumi Khan

India: Hardtalk with FM

China: Sprucing Up Blogs

Hong Kong: BitTorrent Conviction

Philippines: Political Ads

South Korea: Historical Amnesia

Taiwan: Ally Lost

Kiswahili Bloggers this week

Tanzanian Kiswahili bloggers continue to write about the presidential and parliamentary elections taking at the end of the month. Mwandani comes across an open letter of advice addressed to the...

Images from Japan: Sushi

“Sushi” by Sekihan A young woman ponders the display at a sushi restaurant in Tokyo.

Pulse of the Saudi Blogosphere

This week, Abu Hamad has a question to his Saudi readers: “what would you do if Bush and his “junta” decided to invade Saudi?” He thinks that with current state...

This weeks voices from Nigeria and Ghana

Chippla reports on the Belleveiw plane crash in Nigeria last weekend. He talks about the first few hours after the plane crashed. He gave an account of Nigerian's perception of...

Nepal: Kantipur FM, Democracy and Media

Nepal: Kantipur FM, Democracy and Media

Barbados: Reconciliation Walk Really About Reconciliation?

Poland: Opinion Polls

Poland: Hot Water with the EU

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