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5 September 2007

Stories from 5 September 2007

Nepal: Monarchy's future

India: On buying condoms

Lebanon: Celebrating the Return of Soldiers

Bloggers Discuss Africa's Informal Economies

Africa’s informal economies have for long generated intense research and debates, primarily within academic and professional circles, i.e., university professors, students, economists, and economic development professionals. The most recent development...

Trinidad & Tobago: Public Art

Jamaica: Strong Writers

Cuba: Castro and Change

Belize: State of Emergency Lifted

Anguilla: The Impact of Blogging

South East Asia: White Elephants

Singapore: How to Spend a Cashless day in Singapore

China: Song on GFW

China: Net Nanny Goes Crazy

China: Barcamp Beijing 2007

Japan: Discrimination At Well-known Gym Chain

Arabeyes: Countdown to Ramadhan

Ramadhan is a holy month in the Muslim calendar and it is celebrated in all Muslim countries, culminating with a feast or Eid after four weeks of fasting. Muslims are...

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