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11 April 2006

Stories from 11 April 2006

Bolivia: BBC on Morales

Peru's First Round Elections

“Ubique Su Mesa” (Find Your Polling Place) by Patrice. With about 85% percent of the votes counted, the fate of Peru's second round presidential elections depends largely on the narrow...

Mongolia: Shadow Government

Armenia: Softened Blow

Kyrgyzstan: From Such Darkness…

Mongolia: Paid Protesters

Kyrgyzstan: Trilingualism

Slovenia: PutFile's ‘Collective Punishment Policy’

Hungary: Little or No Blogger Reaction to Election

Belarus: “Almost an Open Letter to Hollywood Producers”

Russia: Sibir Airline Image Revamp

Russia: Grigoriy Oster

Jamaica: Homophobic blog?

Aruba: Linguistic prowess

Smog in Santiago

Photo by pura naturaleza Santiago is a very beautiful valley. The mountains are very impressive. That is, if you have the chance to see them. Smog is a permanent problem...

Traffic In Viet Nam

The traffic can be a nightmare for visitors to Viet Nam for the first time. Believe it or not, there are transport rules but people don't seem really interested in...

Ukraine: Promoting Books in Ukrainian

A group of Ukrainian LJ users concerned about the sorry state of Ukrainian-language book publishing had a lively discussion on how the situation could be improved. One blogger even drew...

Argentina: Borges & Judas

Nepal: Violence in Gongabu

Bangladesh: Getting friendly with Israel

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