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17 November 2007

Stories from 17 November 2007

Rising Voices in Sierra Leone and Bangladesh

This week we highlight developments of two of the Rising Voices grantees in Asia and Africa. Interns at the Think Build Change Salone in Sierra Leone are starting to document...

Iran:Workers in tears

Iran:Interview with a Photo blogger

Iraq: Drop in Violence

Iraq: Four Years of Iraq the Model

Jordan: Interesting Stories

UAE: Sex Abuse Awareness Site Banned

Bahamas: RIP Dr. Mac

Jamaica, U.S.A.: Impulse Purchase?

Barbados: Evolving Architecture

Haiti: Picture Show

Barbados, Jamaica: The Lightbulb Went On

Korea: Samsung Scandal

Samsung lobbying scandal – the creation of a slush fund, the bribery of prosecutors and government officials, and an effort by the chairman, Lee Kun Hee, and his aide to...

Egypt: Why is Israel Scared?

Egypt: Police Order Teens’ Rape

Algeria: Studying Korandje

Saudi Arabia: Women in Business

Qatar: Churches and Christians

Bahrain: Kitting Out An Islamic Car

This week in Bahrain we have a thoughtful post about the nature of God, a story of a sex education class, visitors’ varying experiences of both Bahrain and Spain, and...

Japan: Fingerprinting divides family

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