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2 November 2005

Stories from 2 November 2005

Venezuela: Satellites, iron pills, real poverty statistics, death to Bush, and please, pass me some Venezuelan made valium

El Salvador: War crimes from the Salvadoran civil war on trial in Memphis

Slovenia: The Case of the Disappearing Country

Poland: Turnabout

Argentina: Anti-Bush Propoganda

Poland: The Third Twin?

Armenia: Without Support

Kyrgyzstan: Shaghi Bones

The Week That Was – Bolivian Blogs

Bolivia can breathe a sigh of relief. Presidential elections have been rescheduled for December 18 after weeks of uncertainty. President Eduardo Rodriguez emitted a Presidential decree that redistributed the highly...

Azerbaijan: Getting Reality

Mexico: Día de los Muertos

November 1st and 2nd mark Mexico's holiday, Día de los Muertos, or “Day of the Dead.” Calypso Mexico describes celebrating the days in a small colonia in Vera Cruz, emphasizing...

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

New in Kurdish cyberspace is the announcement of a new Kurdish news agency called Firat News, while there is some critism from some Kurds, as it is currently published in...

India: Diwali and After

South Asia: In foreign lands

Nepal: Celebrating Light!

Pakistan: Women and Media

India: Brown Madonna

Zimbabwe: refusal of aid

Open Cafe: 1 year on

South AFrica: Racism

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