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7 August 2007

Stories from 7 August 2007

Kazakhstan: Glamour weekend

Sudanese bloggers pay tribute to political hero

This week the two main topics the Sudanese blogged about are on the late politician and former vice president Dr. John Garang and Sudan's acceptance of the Darfur UN resolution....

Kyrgyzstan: Adoption

Russia/Georgia: Russian attack?

Tajikistan: Development is the top priority

The buzz from the Tajik blogosphere: Donors discussing aid effectiveness, new forms of transportation in Dushanbe, increasing basic food prices and toughening legislation governing religious groups.

Hong Kong: Government Promotion of DRM

Hong Kong: E-government

China: Recommended M.Phil Entry

Arabisto: Where Arab Americans Make a Difference

Arabisto is an Arab American blog where Arab Americans make a difference. This week I speak to founder Nadia Gergis who tells us about the site, why and how it...

Bolivia: Open Software in Aymara

Mexico: Safety in Monterrey

Nicaragua: Ex-Pat Returns Home

Panama: OLPC in Future Plans?

Honduras: Open Sidewalks in San Pedro Sula

Argentina: Boca Juniors Teams Up With Unicef

Malaysia: Slow Development of Kuching

Colombia: Art, Poetry and Flower Festivals in Medellín

Colombian bloggers recently wrote about the end of the MDE07 Art Festival, an event which attempted to bring contemporary art back into local conversations and back into the lives of...

Philippines: Police Uses YouTube for Public Service Message