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2 October 2006

Stories from 2 October 2006

Senegal: Illegal Immigration

Regionalism and Dissent Mark the Start of Run-off in Brazil

More than 125 million Brazilians went to the polls Sunday to vote for president and to select governors for all 26 states and the Federal District, as well as all...

China: golden and chemical moon cakes

Bahamas: Culture as “light fare”

China: in memory of Traditional Chinese cartoonist

Japan: no girl allowed

Japan: English education

Tajikistan: Boycotted Vote

Armenia: Yezidi Wedding

Kazakhstan: The Truth About Nomads

Tajikistan: Gold Teeth

Armenia: Corruption

Mongolia: Education in Flux

Trinidad & Tobago: Power to the . . . who??

Barbados: Marketing to US tourists

Trinidad & Tobago: Carifesta post–mortem

Post Coup Developments in Thailand

The latest in Thailand is the swearing in of the new prime minister, retired General Surayud Chulanond. General Sonthi's Council For National Security – CNS (formerly known as Council for...

Jamaica: Belonging

Jamaica: Finding a balance

Russia: Georgia Crisis

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