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24 September 2007

Stories from 24 September 2007

Peru: Fujimori's Arrival

  24 September 2007

Juan Arellano of Globalizado [ES] continues his coverage of the Fujimori extradition with his recent entry regarding the arrival of the ex-President to Peruvian soil.

Environment: The UN Conference on Climate Change Part II

  24 September 2007

– Thematic Plenary- Adaptation. Facilitator is Dr. Asha-Rose migiro Deputy Secretary General Co chaired by HE Jan Peter Balkenende, Prime Minister of the Netherlands and H.E Mr. Fakhruddin Ahmed the Honourable Chief Advisor of the Non-Party Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh. I will be doing short form blogging...

Czech Republic: Brno Airport Bus Service

  24 September 2007

Petr Bokuvka of The Czech Daily Word lists drawbacks of the bus service that connects Brno downtown and its airport: “In Brno, the airport is served by regular bus line number 76 that has about ten stops on the way to the center and thus is used also by people...

Pakistan: Twenty20 Finals

  24 September 2007

Twenty20 couldn't have had a more spectacular final match. All Things Pakistan has an interesting comment thread on the India-Pakistan match.

Zimbabwe: State sponsored sex stings

  24 September 2007

Akin blogs about the case of the former Archbishop of Bulawayo: “Before the case of Bishop Pius Ncube who resigned his post as the Archbishop of Bulawayo on the 11th of September 2007, there was the case of the Reverend Canaan Banana, the first president of Zimbabwe with Robert Mugabe...

Iran:Bahai's in Trouble

  24 September 2007

Iranian Truth says Bahai’s are a discriminated class in Iran and are often ignored by the Diaspora completely. In Iran, they have in many cases been uprooted from their homes, denied access to resources equal and on par with other Iranians, and even violently attacked strictly on the basis of...

Ghana: Hiplife hits dead end

  24 September 2007

Muntala Muntari discusses the end of Ghanaian music, hiplife:”A decade of hiplife has come and gone with little or no fun fair. The Ghanaian genre of music, which started out as a promising star among all the genres of music in Ghana, is now melting like butter against sun.”

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