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20 May 2007

Stories from 20 May 2007

Japan: Background to Constitutional Revision

Madagascar: solar power in Madagascar

Zimbabwe: despite severe inflation…

Kenya: free wi-fi in Nairobi

Botswana: impact of brain-drain on aviation industry

UAE: Student Band Rocks!

Zimbabwe: Remember Murambatsvina!

Japan: Mail from Henoko

Which father is my real father?: Japan's 300-day rule

In early May, the Japanese government announced that it will take a special measure to recognise children born within 300 days of their mother's divorce, given that the mothers became...

Democratic Republic of the Congo: Bukavu, a city caught in the middle of many wars

The face of racism in Reunion

Russia: “Discrimination”

It sometimes takes more than money and time to have your computer fixed in Moscow: good looks, lots of patience and a special sense of humor may prove helpful as...

Indonesia: Creative Commons in Indonesia

Maynmar: Dam Building in Myanmar

Bahrain: Politicians Attacked by Riot Police

Central African Republic: Bangui International Human Rights Festival

Kuwait: Food, Protocol and Dust Storms

What is the difference between Chicken Majboos and Chicken Biryani? How do you react when you are suddenly face to face with the Amir (Ruler) of Kuwait? And how do...

Lebanon: Updates on Clashes between Army and Fatah el Islami

Lebanon:Clashes between Army and Fath Al-Islam in North

Hong Kong: From Indecent Student Magazine to Indecent Bible

The campaign against the Bible was started by an anonymous website, truthbible, on 15 of May to protest against the Obscene Articles Tribunal's (OAT) internim ruling that two issues of...

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