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10 November 2006

Stories from 10 November 2006

Barbados: Online art gallery

Kyrgyzstan: Anatomy of a Political Crisis

Kazakhstan: Filipinos in Tengiz

Kyrgyzstan: Hasty Constitution

Armenia: Corruption & the Environment

Armenia: Komidas Project

Uganda Update: peace talks, reconciliation, and a frustrated president

It's been an excellent week for big news and sharp writing in Uganda. The peace talks in Juba continue to dominate the agenda. Last week, a renewed ceasefire gave LRA...

DRC: BanaCongo Rejects Official Election Results

Corporate Social Responsibility: The blogosphere reacts

If you missed the live webcast of Reuters’ Corporate Social Responsible panel yesterday, you can click here to view the full-length archived video. Stephen Frost live-blogged it on the CSR...

Ukraine: Kyiv Rallies

Belarus: Lack of Tourists

Belarus: Country Name Gaffe

Romania, Macedonia: Roma Music in Borat

Russia: Borat, Brezhnev and Driving

Serbia: Kosovo's Past and Future

Two weeks in Costa Rica's blogs

Roundup of Costa Rica blogs posts in politics, culture and daily events.

Hungary: Paprika in Szentes

“Some like it hot” – Photo by Kris of Little Town in Hungary, a blog featuring daily photos “from Szentes, a small town located on the southern Great Plain of...

Puerto Rico: Blogs, context & trust

Blogging for the Cause in Honduras

Nelly, a Honduran entreprenuer who received a small business loan from Kiva Honduran bloggers La Gringa, Matthew, Ruthy, and Jill are blogging for a good cause. Though media attention on...

Voices from Central Asia and the Caucasus

Club in Almaty/Kazakhstan – (c) Christopher Herwig – www.herwigphoto.com Welcome to the latest roundup of the Central Asian and Caucasian blogospheres. A lot has happened over the past two weeks...

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