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10 April 2007

Stories from 10 April 2007

Martinique: Breakup Blues

Gabon, Guadeloupe: Circumcision and HIV

Fiji: Blogger's Meetup

East Timor: Voting Patterns in East Timor Elections

Brunei: Rice Harvest Ceremony

Vietnam: Hanoi Life

Brunei: Circumcision in Old and Modern Brunei

Brunei: Retirement Woes

Brazilians Wrap-up and Rap Upon 10 Years of Blogging

The word is out on the web: blogs are celebrating their 10th anniversary. And although blogging about blogging is something bloggers do all the time, the remembrance offers the opportunity...

Taiwan: Bloggers Festival

Armenia: Theft from a Blogger

Kazakhstan & Uzbekistan: Irrigation and the Aral

Madagascar: English as an Official Language, Tribute to Victims of Colonial Conflicts and Cyclones (Again)

It's been a busy couple of weeks for Madagascar: A referendum for an amendment on the constitution which includes the addition of English as an official language. Madagascar was also...

Armenia: Campaign Underway

Afghanistan: Fallout from Ajmal Naqshbandi's Death

Amatomu: The South African blogosphere, sorted

Trust a Global Voices author to leak the news about "South Africa's Technorati" to the public. Rushed to market largely thanks to a bit of sleuthing by blogger and GV...

Nicaragua: Justice Crosses Borders With Social Media

This, beyond the verity of facts, or the innocence of the involved parties, is a battle of Nicaragua's traditional media (La Prensa, El Nuevo Diario, and TV news programs), against...

Lebanon: Stopping the Cycle of Violence on Women

Bahrain: We are NOT Bedouins

Jordan: Car-less in Amman

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