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10 November 2007

Stories from 10 November 2007

Kenya: YouTube video on call centers

Armenia: Presidential Candidate

Tanzania: Making a call while getting your shoes cleaned

Africa: Searching for Africa at the New York Times

Georgia: Protestor Dies

Georgia: Accusations

South Africa: News24.com first website to reach 1 million

The Mobile Web and Compulsory HIV Test for Malawi

Malawi's Internet users have this year been experiencing new trends as now they can access and browse from their mobile phones and homes. This is an initiative by the fixed...

Bahrain: Flaunting your wealth – and accounting for it

What are bloggers talking about in Bahrain this week? Financial accountability, the reasons for blogging, a childhood addiction to books, how to encourage creativity - and looking after appearances.

Brazil: 70th anniversary of the military coup

Qatar: Filipina Accuses Lebanese Boss of Rape

Japan: Pulling the Strings

While the world focused this week on the aftermath of negotiations between the leaders of Japan's two largest political parties, the behind-the-scenes mediator, Watanabe Tsuneo, celebrated winning this year's Media...

China:The return of PetroChina

PetroChina, the lord of the companies returns to its hometown. Its IPO on Chinese stock market is an eye-catching performance. When the flourishing market hit the most profitable company in...

Georgia: Ambassador Resigns

Georgia: Non-violent Resistance

Georgia: Democracy in Crisis

Armenia: Fugitive Minister

Korea: Conflicts over Subway Seats

Young people respect old people. Old people take care of young people. That is one of the major traditional philosophies in East Asia. Regarding this perspective, excessive behavior is now...

Philippines: Bloggers react to shocking suicide by girl, 12

Philippines: CokskiBlue leads Filipinos in vlogging

CokskiBlue is a whiff of fresh air in the Philippine blogosphere, and features videos, vlogs and vodcasts.

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