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3 December 2007

Stories from 3 December 2007

Croatia: Zagreb Photos

Romania: Documentary on Radio Free Europe

Russia: Interview With English Russia Creator

Ukraine: Airbus for the President

Russia: Ludmila Alekseeva, Parts 2 and 3

Russia: Illarionov; Q&A With the New York Times

Russia: More on the Duma Election

The previous Global Voices post on the general elections in Russia was a translation of Russian bloggers' views; the post below deals with what some of the English-language Russia bloggers...

Georgia: Exit Polls

Georgia: Patarkatsishvili Speaks Out

India: On being offended

India: Gender and Voice

Nepal: On blogging, dialogue and politics

Bangladesh: Genocide and Media

Bangladesh: Famine and Fertilizer

Chogm Appraisal: The Round-Up from Ugandan Blogosphere

The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (Chogm) took place recently in Kampala. Here is the round-up of interesting conversations and reactions in the Ugandan blogosphere about the meeting.

The hazards of journalism in West Africa

In a country whose name means “the land of upright people,” accounts of corruption will always find their way into Burkina Faso’s media. In this country with proud history of...

China: Report from Hong Kong on sweatshop

After long effort, the Hong Kong-based student organization SACOM (Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior大学师生监察无良企业行动) published a report on Dell Computer and its suppliers’ misconducts related to labor rights in...

Peru: Lima Book Fair

Peru: Sexual Orientation Discrmination

Peru: Paying No Attention to Rules and Regulations

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