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24 April 2006

Stories from 24 April 2006

Colombia: Extraditing Gabriel Puerta Parra

Brazil: Islam

Bolivia: Bloggers Radio Show

Brazil, Mexico: Landless Workers Movement and Zapatistas

El Salvador: Ban Against Gay Marriage and Adoption

AddisFerengi returns as Ethiopia's blogosphere explodes

AddisFerengi, one of Ethiopia's most controversial bloggers, was back in business this week with a load of back-dated posts, after temporarily shutting herself down and leaving the country amid claims...

Writings from the Kenyan Sphere

Kenyans mourned the passing of several people. There was a tragic plane crash where 14 people lost their lives, including several members of parliament and government officials, who were on...

DRC: Cardinal Asks Congolese to Protect DRC From Foreigners

Nepal: Who is to blame?

Pakistan: The Bin Laden Story

Latvia: More On Aivars Lemberg

Czech Republic: Radio Transmitting Tower to Become a UNESCO Site

Czech Republic: Unie Svobody and the June Election

Ukraine: One Man's Chernobyl 20 Years On

Serbia & Montenegro: Kosovar Schoolgirl Battling Dutch Immigration Officials

DRC: Informal vs. Official World Order

Trinidad & Tobago: Opposition Leader sentenced

Yemen: The chewers of Hadhramout

Brutal murder of Guyanese government minister sends shockwaves

“The news that the Guyanese Minister of Fisheries, Crops and Livestock, Satyadeow Sawh, was brutally gunned down at his home along with his brother, sister and bodyguard early Saturday morning...

Bangladesh: Plagiarism

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