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21 January 2008

Stories from 21 January 2008

Brazil: Discrepancy in the crime rates after media censorship

Morocco: Rise of Football Hooliganism

Morocco: House Collapse

Philippines: Early campaigning for 2010 polls

Philippine political parties and politicians are already preparing for the 2010 presidential elections. Filipino bloggers react to the early campaigning of politicians.

Barbados: Time for change?

The 15 January general election in Barbados, which brought a new government to power, triggered a flood of commentary and analysis from the country's politically active bloggers.

Mexico: Drug-Related Violence in Tijuana

Violence between Mexican authorities and members of powerful drug cartels has been erupting all across the country leaving scores dead and a society that often feels helpless. The Mexican government...

South Africa: Cape Town food blog

Ghana: Ghana 2008 Live Online

Ghana: Blogging the African Cup of Nations

Botswana: Making movies in Botswana

Sierra Leone: Six months in Sierra Leone

Zambia: Mwanawasa – King or President?

This roundup of Zambian blogosphere begins with a post by a Zambian blogger who wants to know if the current Zambian President, Levy Mwanawasa, is a a King or a...

Trinidad & Tobago: ‘Mas in April?

Puerto Rico: Banking on Talent

Guyana: Hearing Guyana Cry

Cuba: Elections & Ethanol

Belize: Palacio Passes On

Barbados: Cabinet Named

Bahamas: Serving Justice

Iran:Ashura in Tehran

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