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17 March 2008

Stories from 17 March 2008

Bangladesh: 60 years of the Communist Party

Armenia: Moving Forward?

Barbados, Jamaica: Law and Order

Japan: Crackdown on File Sharing?

Uzbekistan: Foreign Policy Perturbations

The Uzbek regime's violent suppression of the uprising in Andijan in May 2005 was a turning point in the country's foreign policy. The government did not allow EU to investigate...

Trinidad & Tobago: Guarding the Guards

Trinidad & Tobago: Senseless Murder

Bermuda: Freedom of Information

Jamaica: Corrosive Column

Jamaica: Dancehall

Iran: Writing about a fictional character can lead to jail

Japan: Tibet Tibet

Iran:9 more magazines were banned

Japan: Support for Tibet

As fires rage on in the streets of Lhasa, bloggers in another part of the world have been anxiously following developments in Tibet with open eyes and open ears. Over...

Tanzania: To quit or not to quit?

Pernille is a well-known blogger from Denmark. She entered the African blogosphere scene when she started working in Uganda and blogging at “I've Left Copenhagen for Uganda”. She is now...

Azerbaijan: Karabakh Resolution

Armenia: I am Karabakhtsi

Georgia: Sports Ambassadors

Africa: Hope Supersedes All

Women love to share their experiences and express themselves, but no clock will wait for them to sit and share every detail with each other - not even if they...

Kyrgyzstan: Ban on alcohol and tobacco advertising