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27 December 2007

Stories from 27 December 2007

Thailand: Miniature Candy

Special Coverage: The assassination of Benazir Bhutto

Given the volume of commentary from bloggers throughout the world about the assassination of ex-prime minister of Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto, earlier today in Rawalpindi, we have set up a Special...

Singapore: Teachers and Their Qualification

Puerto Rico, Trinidad & Tobago, Pakistan: RIP Bhutto

Bahamas: Theatre and Democracy

Singapore: Remembering Bhutto

Pakistan: Reactions to Bhutto's death

Benazir Bhutto's death has come as a shock to many of the bloggers writing from and about Pakistan. While Bhutto's politics may be controversial, her assasinaton comes at a time...

RIP: Benazir Bhutto of Pakistan

Pakistan's Benazir Bhutto (54) was assassinated in Rawalpindi earlier today at a political rally. Ironically according to media reports Rawalpindi is one of the most secure cities in Pakistan and...

Nigeria: Oil's Dirty Business

China:Seething Eve on Nankai Campus

Though it is not the first time for a crash between pass-by vehicles and students riding bicycles, in the campus of Nankai University, such a significant accident is unprecedented. Hundreds...

Kenya: Using new technology to cover elections

Africa: Dealing with AIDS in Africa

Kenya: Problems at polling stations

Iran:Islamist students want action against corruption

Cuba, Pakistan: Bhutto Reportedly Killed in Bombing

Kenya: Kenya's maturing democracy

Kenya: Blogging the election

West Africa: The four Cameroonian historical myths

Today, we are taking a tour of the West African blogosphere. Bloggers from Burkina Faso, Cameroon, and Nigeria are discussing children's books, historical myths, the military and politics.

Trinidad & Tobago: Slang

Cuba: Freedom and Environment

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