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1 September 2007

Stories from 1 September 2007

Zimbabwe: China withdraws support for Mugabe

Colombia: Hiperbarrio Workshops

Peru: Perception of the National Police

Americas: Wikipedia in Spanish Not Growing

Mexico: Enchilada Festival

Tanzania: Tea that cures everything!

Bolivia: Gathering of Bloguivianos

On September 1, Bolivian bloggers from across the country and some from abroad will gather in Santa Cruz for the first annual gathering of “Bloguivianos” This gathering will provide the...

Kuwait: Lost Monkey

Brazil: Clarice Lispector on YouTube

Kuwait: Dedicated Post

Brazil: Violence and cinema

Morocco: More on the Upcoming September 7 Elections

The September 7 Moroccan legislative elections are just one week away. Last week, we heard from Moroccan bloggers about the voting and elections process; this week we'll hear more about...

ThinkProgress blog banned from the U.S. military network in Baghdad

China Telecom blocks FeedBurner RSS feeds

Taiwan: It's all online games’ fault?

Taiwan: What should be recalled? The Festival or the county's head commissioner?

12 years, since 1996, Yilan International Children's Folklore and Folkgame Festival has successfully played the role of train to pull the touring industry of Yilan county, integrated local community, and...

Happy Blog Day 2007

It's the third annual international day of hyperlinked love - Blog Day 2007. The Global blogosphere has grown tremendously since Israeli blogger Nir Ofir first came up with the idea...

Kenya: WikiLeaks publishes report on corruption in Kenya

Zambia: Fighting early pregnancies in Zambia

South Africa: I should not be alive: a multimedia story

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