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4 April 2007

Stories from 4 April 2007

Tunisia: IMF Evaluation of Banking Sector

Cambodia: Election Losers Joining Forces

Cambodia: Origins of a Cambodian Dish

Bolivia: Joan Baez and Mimi Farina

Chile: Two Gunshots Downstairs

Armenia: More Drams

Armenia: Run for President

Tajikistan: Bringing Treasure Home

Lessons from the Free Kareem campaign

Even though the “Free Kareem” campaign has not yet achieved its primary goal of getting the 22-old blogger Kareem Nabel Sulaiman released from the prison where he is sentenced to...

Iran:Shirin Ebadi asks for a referandum on nulcear question

Yemen: Widening Secratrian Rift

Iraq: On Life in a War Zone

Iraq: Iran Attack Rumours

Egypt: Hypocritical Historians

Sri Lanka: Human Rights

Egypt: Bloggers Detained .. Again .. and Released

In what has now become the norm, two prominent Egyptian bloggers, along with a human rights lawyer, were detained in custody today and later released. Another blogger has also been...

India: Veiled Racism

Pakistan: Lawyers Rally

Whiskey We've Got, But Where's the Meat?

Carnicería by Luis Carlos Diaz Venezuela is one of the principal oil-exporting countries of the world. However, petroleum is not edible and, lamentably, Venezuela's national food industry is not able...

Nepal: Protest Rally

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