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9 June 2006

Stories from 9 June 2006

The Week That Was – Bolivian Blogs

The concept of sovereignty was a fundamental pillar during the Movimiento Al Socialismo’s (MAS) victorious campaign in last year’s elections. Claims of interference by foreign governments, most notably by the...

Armenia, Azerbaijan: Karabakh's Position

Tajikistan: Dushanbe Real Estate

Indonesia: Warning to Radical Groups

Kyrgyzstan: World Cup Betting

Mongolia: Rejected Press

Kazakhstan: Joining the BTC

Senegal: Failed Privatization of State Peanut Company

India: Predictions for World Cup

India: Politics of Rape

Sri Lanka: More Tamils flee to India

Togo: Soccer Team Demands Bonuses

Nepal: Football fever

Russia: G8 Security and Domestic Issues

Domestic politics seems to somewhat interfere with the attempts of St. Petersburg police to provide security for the upcoming G8 Summit (July 15-17). LJ user aneta_spb, a journalist, retells a...

Jamaica: The “neighbourhood crackhead”

Trinidad and Tobago: Budget increase

Trinidad and Tobago: World Cup fever

Caribbean: Hurricane unpreparedness?

Guyana, Barbados: Happy birthday, Carter and Lamming

DRC Roundup: Elections, Mining Corruption, Peacekeepers & More

With July 30th elections fast approaching, the blogosphere's attention remains fixed on the Democratic Republic of the Congo's uncertain political future. Congolese opposition bloggers continue their criticism of the elections...

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