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2 February 2007

Stories from 2 February 2007

Thailand: Soccer Dispute

Requiem for a Blogger: Life and death issues from beyond the Portuguese keyboard

“Oxalis” by Poesie The year of 2007 started with the Lusosphere being surprised by the announcement of the death of a well known blogger. MEG [Maria Elisa Guimarães] became famous...

Algeria: The Noble Black

Egypt: Police Attempt to Rape Woman

Bahrain: Improve your Vocabulary

Video from Benin: Fete des Peuples

Benin Fete des peuples chap 10 LaFlammeTV posted this video on DailyMotion of this month's Fete des Peuples [Peoples’ Celebration], an event that took place in Cotonou, Benin adding: La...

El Salvador, Mexico: Hike in Corn Prices

Brazil: Insensitive Sao Paulo Major

Mexico: Prostitute Stick Ups

Venezuela: Chavez Indefinitely or Path to Reform?

Trinidad & Tobago: Hang them? Then what?

Bermuda: Peeing in a bag?

A Day in Bahrain: Political Activists Arrested and Released

Sandwiched between Saudi Arabia and Iran, Bahrain sure feels it needs to stir up internal politics to keep up with the Joneses. The subtle infighting between its Sunni/Shia population just...

Trinidad & Tobago: Calypso Fiesta memories

Dominican Republic: Free mixtape

Caribbean: Caricom Blog

Czech Rebublic: Shawarma in Brno

Poland: More on Sex Scandal

Romania: Beer Commercial

Romania: Traffic in Bucharest

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