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1 June 2007

Stories from 1 June 2007

Armenia: Freedom to Rock

Afghanistan: Children Used as Political Props

Armenia: Notes from the Blogosphere

Armenia: Reckless Drivers

China: Liveblogging from ground zero

Seeing all the media censorship regarding the controversy over a toxic and risky chemical plant in the works, Bullog bloggers didn't just write about it every day. They went down...

Kazakhstan: Sustainable Shymkent

Hungary: A Wi-Fi Village

Hungary: Budapest Travel Tips

Serbia: War Criminals and Public Opinion

Slovenia: Idealizing Europe

Czech Rebublic: Civil Democrats

Slovenia: A Few Links

Serbia: Smoking Still Allowed

Serbia: Passports in Kosovo

Poland: More on Teletubby's Sexuality

Hungary: More on Police Rape Scandal

Hungary: Maternity Leaves

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Banja Luka

Chile: Issues of Broadband Access and Net Neutrality

The issues regarding who controls broadband access and net neutrality in Chile was brought to the forefront, when Pepe Huerta, an assistant to a Chilean deputy, posted about a private...

India: Education and the Government

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