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20 November 2007

Stories from 20 November 2007

China: Bankrupt ant farmers prepare to protest

Shenyang was mobbed today with furious ex-ant farmers, former employees of Yilishen, a media darling and one of China's most well-known brands in the health supplement market, as the company...

Ukraine: Verka Serdyuchka; MTV Ukraine

Ukraine: Coalition and Other Matters

U.S., Ukraine: Holodomor Exhibit in NJ

Japan: Japanese loanwords and their meanings

Ukraine: Getting Married Ordeal

Bahrain: Losing Manama

Qatari Wedding

Israel: Real Estate Hunting

Armenia: Divided Opposition

Uruguay: Children Involved with OLPC Laptops Show What They Have Learned

Peru: Blogs from El Comercio

Blogs from the Lima newspaper El Comercio have been looked at differently by bloggers in Peru. Perhaps it is due to the fact that these bloggers are given more attention...

Bangla blogs seek aid for cyclone Sidr victims

Five days after cyclone Sidr ravaged Bangladesh, news regarding devastation continues to pour in. Despite steps taken by the administration to evacuate a large number of people and put them...

Georgia: Development

India: Luxury, Employment and Poverty

Azerbaijan: Trafficking

Armenia: USA Today?

Georgia: Campaign Promises

Armenia: Dark Years

Armenia: Opposition Protest

Armenia and me says Friday's rally by the radical opposition in Armenia had more energy than previous ones.

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