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3 March 2008

Stories from 3 March 2008

Barbados, Grenada: Test of Democracy

Egypt: Amnesty Calls for Kareem's Release

Egypt: How to Say I Love You

Egypt: US Kills No Terrorists in Somalia

Bahrain: Clashes with Riot Police

Iran:Woman activist banned from travel

Iran:Discover Nader Davoodi's Photos

Armenia: Eight Dead, State of Emergency Declared

Armenian bloggers respond to post-election turmoil and blood shed, after the political comeback of former Armenian president Levon Ter-Petrossian in the 19 February 2008 presidential election, led to violent clashes...

Qatar: Wedding Dilemma

Lebanon: USS Cole in the Neighborhood

The deployment of the US warship USS Cole off the Lebanese coast has added to the nervousness and concern about the political deadlock and stability in Lebanon. The warship is...

Rio de Janeiro is not one of the 25 world's dirtiest cities, yet.

Sri Lanka: BBC and Colonialism

Bangladesh: Interview with Amitav Ghosh

India: Budget and Elections

India: Death of a writer

India: Schooling and Privilege

Brasil: Metareciclagem at Campus Party

Japan: Crack Down on Indecency

Hong Kong and South Korea: E-Land Union Protest

Myanmar: Blogger Introduces an Online Myanmar Literature Resource

Yangon Thu introduces and translates a post by Myanmar blogger Nyi Lynn Seck. The blogger has discovered an online library that contains several hard to find works on Myanmar History,...

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