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31 March 2008

Stories from 31 March 2008

Slovakia: Newspapers Protest Imposition of Interactivity

Czech Republic: Micro-Fee vs “Micro-Bribe”

Romania, Hungary, Austria: Marshal Antonescu; “Political Irrelevance”

Morocco: Tourism Demands Pig Farms

Syria: I Blog, Therefore I am

Iraq: Raed Jarrar's Interview with PBS

Jordan: Delicious Pickings

Bulgaria: Against Internet “Bugging”

This year, the Bulgarian government has issued a decree, which, among other things, allows the security services to gather from each internet user the data about who they have written...

Angola: A new blog to debate a better country

Brazil: March for the end of the Gaza Strip

Mozambique: Protests againt cost of living in Africa

Brazil: First blogger celebrates 10 years of Lusosphere

Taiwan: Voices after Presidential Election

March 22 is Taiwan's presidential election held once every four years. The victory is belonging to KMT's Ma Ying-jeou, who got 60 percent of votes and 2 million votes than...

Trinidad & Tobago: The Laptop Incident

Trinidad and Tobago's Opposition Leader was recently suspended from Parliament for using his laptop without permission, but only a few bloggers seemed tuned in to the story...

Bhutan: On Democracy

Pakistan: Women and Honour

Nepal: Tibet and protests

Nepal: Law enforcement

Trinidad & Tobago: Fooling Ourselves

Trinidad & Tobago: A Woman Scorned

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