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18 April 2007

Stories from 18 April 2007

Eastern & Central Europe: Roma and Gipsy

Czech Rebublic: Political Parties

Slovenia: “Stay Away from Media Temple!”

Serbia: Lack of Broadband

Serbia: “The Emperors are Naked”

Ukraine, Poland: Euro 2012

Russia: A Small Photo-Tour

Ukraine: Stanik and Other Mess

Russia, Ukraine: Foreign Ministry on Tymoshenko

Russia, Ukraine: Gevorkyan's Column

Ukraine, Romania: Political Similarities

Bahrain: Transporting Humans?

Indian Bloggers on Virginia Tech: Stunned, sad and a million questions

The tragedy at Virginia Tech has shocked people around the world. SAJA Forum says “Bloody Monday will darken and bruise Virginia Tech forever, and at this point in time, early...

Virginia Tech, rumors and change: the Bangla blogosphere spans it all

Bangla blogs join the rest of the world in mourning the victims of the Virginia Tech shootings. Probashi raises the issue of gun control and points out that had a...

Fiji: Blogger's Meet

East Timor: Run-off Elections Confirmed

Laos: Thai-Lao Bamboo Soup

Malaysia: Ethnicity of Election Candidate

Kenya: issues that will bring government down

Nigeria: Blogging the historic election (Part 1)

It's election time in Africa's most populous country – Nigeria. Nigerian bloggers have been blogging their sentiments and observations of the election. This round-up gives a brief overview of election...