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15 May 2007

Stories from 15 May 2007

Egypt must release bloggers before UN Rights Council elections

More on Representation in Morocco

Iran:Ahmadinejad,Worker and a Bitter Joke

Iran:New journal becomes a success story

Turkey is Typing….the Eurovision Song Contest

While there may still be presidential protests expanding across Turkey, I thought that on this week's article we could diverge into some more important and entertaining prospects of Turkish culture....the...

Election Parallels: Nigeria, France, Mali

Pakistan: Check flags for the Czech

Bangladesh: Comments and Threats

Sri Lanka: The Civil Service

Nepal: Madhesi Movement

Bhutan: The Wangchuk Economy

Newest Malawian bloggers join global online conversations

It is no longer a secret that more Malawians are increasingly turning to the blogosphere for self-expression, information sharing, and commentary on a variety of Malawi related issues. This round-up...

Sarkozy, the “most gabonais of all French”

The Lives of Africans in Germany

Food Blogs: Pata de Cerdo from Spain, Pork Katsu from Japan and Stir-fried Pork with Cincaluk from Malaysia

Another installment of food blogs from around the world focuses on the use of pork in many different types of delicious dishes. Chef Melissa De Leòn Douglass takes us on...

East Timor: José Ramos Horta Wins The Second Round

Trinidad & Tobago: The Player Diaries

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Child Sexual Abuse

St. Lucia: Communication about Compton

Brazil: The Pope's No Diplomat

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