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2 December 2006

Stories from 2 December 2006

Afghan Whispers:Marshall Plan,Drought and Herat

What Happened to Marshall Plan? Sanjar explains why a Marshall Plan for his country did not achieve its objectives. The blogger writes After the establishment of President Karzai’s government in...

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: World AIDS Day

Barbados: Blog censorship

Africa:World Aids Day frustrations

Africa: if I were not African

Bahamas: Tribute to Bahamian intellectual

Cote d'Ivoire: Tensions between President and Prime Minister

The Laptop “To Conquer Them All” Arrives in Brazil

The “$100 laptop” has arrived in Brazil and so has a significant discussion in the blogosphere. Last week, in a much-hyped ceremony at the Palacio do Planalto in Brasilia, MIT's...

Nigeria: blogger wins ICT award

Bleeding at the Iraqi Blogodrome

I sit here and try to imagine how I would feel if it had been my country which had been invaded, bombarded into submission, occupied, allowed to be looted and...

Africa: speakers at TEDGlobal

Africa: One Million African Lives Initiative

India: Racially immune to AIDS?

India: Violence of the poor

Pakistan: Girls, you should know the first kalma

India, Pakistan: Chennai and Lahore's gifts to the world

Pakistan: AIDS/ HIV and awareness

Bangladesh: Children and their resilience

Bangladesh: Messages on Video

Venezuelan 3D

The 3D (December 3) will become a new milestone in Venezuela's political calendar. This Sunday Venezuelans will choose our next President. Although more than ten candidates are registered, the election...

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