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4 October 2006

Stories from 4 October 2006

Martinique: Aimé Césaire and Franz Fanon

Vietnam: Visiting a remote Island

China: Media literacy, meetings, Macau, memories and mooncakes

Do Chinese police see bloggers as some sort of criminal element? Blogging undisturbed nearly requires a mastermind these days, and it's getting worse. Liu Di (刘荻), aka Stainless Steel Mouse,...

Malaysia: Space White Elephant

Trinidad & Tobago: The 2007 Budget

Laos: Fish Stuffed with Thai-Lao Herbs

Brunei: Haze in South East Asia

Jamaica: Rastafari influence

Hong Kong: Minimum wage

Africa:positive news coverage for Africa

Kyrgyzstan: Political Season Starts Up

The Week that Was – Bolivian Blogs

The Bolivian blog community continues to grow by leaps and bounds. In addition to its own website, Blogs de Bolivia, where new blogs are added to the blogroll on an...

Kazakhstan: Diaspora in Turkey

Africa: Phil Collins, Keny Rogers, Madonna, and Rambo

Armenia: Trouble for Diasporans

Kazakhstan: Car Culture

Africa:positive news coverage for Africa

South Africa: interview with South African security contractor

DRC: UDPS of Benelux Won't Support Bemba

Russia: Ramzan Turns 30

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