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29 January 2008

Stories from 29 January 2008

Albania, Italy: Adrian Paci

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Against Division

Belarus, Latvia: “Ploshcha”

Latvia: Law Firm's Name Change Attempt

Poland: New Government's Problems

Slovenia: Janša, Janša, Janša

Serbia: Belgrade's Past

Ukraine: Tymoshenko's Ideologies

Brazil: Is it time to become media?

Dubai: Getting to Grips with Inflation

Bahrain: Are Gulf Arabs Lazy?

Earlier this week the Bahraini Labour Minister Majid Al Alawi was interviewed in the pan-Arab newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat, and in the interview he said that the Gulf was facing an...

Egypt: 40th Cairo International Book Fair

Eman AbdElRahman is in love with January, all the more because a world-class book fair is just outside her doorsteps. In this post, she shares with us the excitement of...

Brazil: More on the yellow fever panic caused by the media

Brazil: Police goes Wi-Fi on Carnival

Brazil: Recife is the most violent of the capitals

Cape Verde: Getting read to debate the blogosphere

Trinidad & Tobago: Panorama

Trinidad & Tobago: On Not Eating Meat

Sri Lanka: Draconian censorship!

Sri Lanka: Travel, TV and Military

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