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2 May 2007

Stories from 2 May 2007

Iran: A trap for students?

Peru: Bloggers and Codes of Conduct

Bloggers are often friendly people that like to get together and talk amongst themselves, but every once in awhile they also like to argue. These battles can be quite heated....

Ukraine: “The Squeaker is Back [Again]”

Bulgaria, Libya, France: Appeals to Politicians

Czech Republic: Civic Democrats’ Leader and His Wife

Russia: The New Times Magazine

Romania: Political Crisis

Ukraine: On Stanik and Her Husband

Russia: “Addressing Others With Respect”

Russia: Bloggers on the Dissenters’ March

Russia: Saratov

Uganda: What is wrong with Juba peace talks?

India: World Cup? Bah!

Pakistan: Dalrymple's Last Mughal

India: Aishwariya Rai, women and ambition

Bangladesh: “Soft” Bombs

Sudan: Darfur's Beauty, Peace Negotiations & The Complex Sudanese Dating Scene

To many people, the name Darfur is synonymous with terror, death and hopelessness. Darfur, as we will soon see, is a very beautiful place despite the human suffering. We'll start...

Bolivia: Nationalization Falls Short

Guatemala: Government to Implement New Adoption Regulations

Nicaragua: Balloons Provide Joy

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