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3 April 2007

Stories from 3 April 2007

Congo-Brazzaville: Florence Arthaud, Tourism and Corruption

Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea: Tell-all Biography of Slain Activist Félix Moumié's Widow

Malaysia: Maid Culture in Japan and Malaysia

Brunei: Lasting Marriages

Iraq: Thoughts on Captured British Sailors

Bahrain: 15 Arab Billionaires Equal Gates

Bahrain: Life Without Cable TV

Algeria: US Should Encourage Saudi

Myanmar: Blood Diamonds and Myanmar

Afghanistan: The Other Side

Somalia: email describes “new terror”

Armenia: Parliamentary Election Monitor

Armenia: Solving Politics

Kyrgyzstan: Deepening Divisions

Turkmenistan: Head of the People's Council

Nigeria: confusion before election

Ukraine: Betting on Yushchenko

On Saturday, tens of thousands of people attended two major rallies in Kyiv: supporters of prime minister Victor Yanukovych and his ruling coalition were brought to European Square to protest...

Turkey is Typing…Film and Other Arts

Pursuits of the artistic type seemed to be on the fingertips of the Turkish bloggers this week from film reviews to art galleries and music. Film Athanasia's Daily gives us...

Africa: Afrigator arrives

Iran:Tehran based music band in N.Y.

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