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15 June 2007

Stories from 15 June 2007

Barbados, Venezuela: The Arms Race

Jamaica: Homophobia and Tourism

Jamaica: Imagination

Dominica: Health Care Ranking

Africa: Blogging TED Global

Africa's business blogosphere is known for being many things: Diverse Analytical Funny Engaging And the list could go on and on. But one thing that it is not generally known...

Barbados, Antigua: CARICOM Journalists Deported

Bahamas: Election Court

A Japanese blogger who studies Korean

A Korean politician who sexually harassed a female journalist in a drinking place


Laos: Preparing Fermented Pork Sausage

Malaysia: Comparing Malaysia and Singapore

Vietnam: Utility Costs

Indonesia: Government's Role in Attracting Investment

Malaysia: Meeting Mr Shariibuu, Father of the murdered Mongolian Fashion Model

Chile: The Most at Peace in Latin America

Colombia: Clinton Receives “Colombia is Passion” Award

Peru: Food from the Jungle

Japan: Wooden Car

China: Wang Shuo's Informer Letter Against Corruption of Censorship Department

Wang Xiao-feng posted Wang Shuo's Informer Letter to the Supreme People’s Procuratorate against the corrupted practice of T.V program censorship teams. Wang Shuo is a contemporary Chinese writer who is...

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