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26 November 2007

Stories from 26 November 2007

Uganda: Broken Sidewalks

Somalia: Somalia Journal: Riot

Peace Corps bloggers from Burkina Faso

My first post for Global Voices Online discussed the expatriate bloggers living and working and writing in Burkina Faso. Today, we’ll investigate another group of expatriates living in Burkina Faso...

China: Website Income

Hong Kong: Political Mob

Hong Kong: O Little Town of Tin Shui Wai

Hong Kong: Debate Or Fist Fight

Japan: Fingerprinting Illegal Immigrants

Japan: Sumie Kawakami Interview

Trinidad & Tobago: Road Rage

Haiti: Progress against HIV

Guyana: Niceties

Dominica: Happy Hour

Cuba: Howard Out

Anguilla: Near-Disaster?

Madagascar: Malagasy ingenuity

Africa: Protests over rising food prices

Benin: MPs stripped of immunity for corruption

Korea: The Entrance Examination for Colleges

The entrance examination for colleges finished last week. Every year it comes along with several events and stories. A story that is never omitted is a tragedy where examinees give...

Bolivia: Goodbye to Oscar Sanchez

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