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25 January 2008

Stories from 25 January 2008

Guatemala: Esquipulas and Rabinal, Two Symbols of Peace

Two villages in Guatemala, which were the site of brutal violence during the armed conflict, celebrate very important festivities in January - "Esquipulas" and "Rabinal". These communities have been able...

Tunisia: An Introduction

The "Tunisphere" is a group a passionate Internet users and bloggers even if their number is not as high as in neighbouring countries like Morocco. Naruto introduces us to some...

Brazil: How the USA backed the dictatorship

Serbia: Australian Open Finalists

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Srebrenica Child Victims

Lusosphere: Child survival

Ukraine: Tymoshenko and Bohatyryova

Brazil: São Paulo's 454th anniversary in Second Life

Bahrain: Save the Patients

A doctor by profession, Bahraini in Alaska is appalled with the inhumane manner in which certain patients are dealt with at the main government hospital in Bahrain.

Bolivia: Television Station Logo Knockoff

Ukraine: NATO Problems

Russia: Ukok Princess

Yemen blocks independent news websites

Numerous Yemeni websites have been blocked recently by government-controlled ISPs. Among them is the popular YemenPortal, Yemen’s first multi-source news crawler and search engine, which extracts headlines from news sites...

Kuwait: Get Children off the Streets

Morocco: Obama and Religion

Lebanese Contestant in Italy's Big Brother

Kuwait: 42pc Women in Labour Force

Bahrain: A Walk in Town

Nari Jibon: Bloggers discussing education, emancipation and poverty

Since July Nari Jibon Project staff and students have posted more than 170 articles (in both Bangla and English). Today we feature their stories about their livelihoods and their perspectives...

Iran:Logos to support Gaza