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7 February 2008

Stories from 7 February 2008

Serbia: More Views on Boris Tadic's Re-Election

Democracy has passed one more very difficult exam in Serbia, eight years since the end of Slobodan Milosevic's regime: the incumbent president Boris Tadic got re-elected on Feb. 3, with...

Mexico: Chinese Community Celebrates New Year

Albania: No Power; (No) Smoking

Albania: Gambling; Religion

Bulgaria: TV Game; Feminist Blog

Estonia: Institute of Memory

Estonia: Laine Jänes

Latvia: “The Idiot's Day”

Iran: Shutting Down “Zanan”

Burkina Faso: New schools, village feminism and the shame of all birds

Blogger Keith from Under the Acacias immediately got to work on one of his new projects for 2008 of planning to build a Christian primary school in Gorom-Gorom. The project...

Trinidad & Tobago, Guyana: Supercat

Guyana: R.I.P. Bernard

Dominica: Small Tremor

Cuba: Students Ask Questions

Bermuda: Public Access

Iran:A documentary about Tehran

Sri Lanka: A big dose of politics

Hong Kong: From Sex to Police Scandal

It has been 10 days that Edison Chen’s sex photos scandal occupied the front page of local newspapers (ESWN has summed up local newspapers report everyday.) The issue is not...

Pakistan: Caring for the mentally ill

India: Eastern Promises and Bollywood