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1 March 2008

Stories from 1 March 2008

Armenia: Censorship Concerns

Armenia: Riots

Armenia: Turning Point?

Armenia: State of Emergency & Bloggers

Russia: “An Echo of Moscow”

Lyndon Allin translates a piece by Roman Gruzov that was supposed to appear in the Moscow weekly Bolshoi Gorod, but instead was published on BG's editor's blog.

Uganda: Uganda's Calling

Uganda: Things I wished I knew…

Fidel here and there

Brazil: Whose, and what kind of party, was Campus Party 2008?

The biggest event of the world involving people interested in internet and technology has just had its first Brazilian edition. Daniel Duende was among the thousands of participants who gathered...

Africa: Soccer Management blog

Armenia: Opposition Protest Dispersed

China: No more free lunch, even at here?

Now the fire has been burned to right outside the door. Is the litigation of movie makers in U.S agasint Xunlei in China a start of a fire that is...

Singapore: Hello Kitty Online

Myanmar: Ancient Buddhist Site in Danger

Thailand: Thaksin's PR

Brad Will, one night more at the barricade

Dominica: Going Geo-Thermal?

Trinidad & Tobago: “No” to Violent Music

Cuba: Human Rights Treaty

Barbados: News on Crime

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