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1 November 2006

Stories from 1 November 2006

Senegal: If Africa Had Not Been Colonized

Madagascar: Development through Onion?

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Jumbie leggo

Celebrating Eid ul-Fitr the Blogger Way

Some Indonesian bloggers still talk about Eid ul-Fitr, or something to do with it, days after it passed for various reasons. Agus Setiawan at Blogonesia, for example, discusses the recent...

Japan: school bullying

Japan: mobile phone battle

Hong Kong: the story of a cleaning woman

China: TCL withdraw from Europe

China: Baidu's performance

China: property developers

China: no censorship!

The Week that Was – Bolivian Blogs

What would happen with the fast approaching deadline that required all oil companies operating in Bolivia to renegotiate their contracts? This deadline was set in accordance to the decree of...

Mexico: Oaxaca Update

Colombia, Peru: Medellin Poetry Festival

Bolivia: New Contracts with Oil Companies

Panama: Panamanians and Halloween

Nicaragua: Elections This Weekend

Panama: The Zombie Walk

El Salvador: Update on Solidarity Net

Czech Republic: “Hiking Heaven”

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