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18 May 2006

Stories from 18 May 2006

Mauritius: A Lesson on Sirandanes

Haiti: What Will Preval Bring?

Mexico: Violence and Backlash in San Salvador Atenco

This much we know for sure. On May third and fourth, in the Mexican town of San Salvador Atenco, riots broke out which resulted in 200 arrests and 50 injured...

Mongolia: Ivanhoe Interviews

Kazakhstan: Nazarbaev as Machiavelli

Armenia: Andre

Uzbekistan: Politics & Religion

India: Revolution and Music

Sri Lanka: Failed States Index

Pakistan: Potohar Plateau

Nigeria's Failed Constitutional Amendment

In the fourth quarter of 2005, reports began appearing in the Nigerian mainstream print media about a bid to have the Nigerian President, Olusegun Obasanjo, attempt a third term in...

Zimbabwe: Destruction of homes

India: BSE Sensex falls

Bangladesh: Exporting Pickles

Bermuda: “Hate speech” complaint rejected

West Indies: Brian Lara's appointment “commercial”?

Trinidad and Tobago, Martinique: Trade and Investment Convention

Barbados: Time-share development

Iran: Fashion Talk in TV!

Taiwan: President faces non-confidence

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