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4 April 2008

Stories from 4 April 2008

Armenia: Diary of an Opposition Activist

Angola: Celebrating the peace anniversary

B-razi-loggers Rage and Roll Against ISO Approval of Microsoft Standard

April fool's day this year has brought a bitter taste to the Brazilian open source community. The announcement of the approval of Microsoft's Open XML Format (OOXML) as an ISO/IEC...

Qatar: US Military Aircrafts Crash Lands

Iran:Prostitues’ Photos

Mexico: Emo Youth Become Targets of Attacks

Across Mexico, youth part of an "emo" culture have been the targets of attacks by groups, who may have been incited by a popular television personality. The easily identifiable youth...

Jamaica, U.S.A.: MLK 40 years Later

Suriname, Guyana: Plane Crash Kills 19

Iran:Shia News was filtered

Sri Lanka: Politics and the Village

India: Media and the Politicians

Pakistan: Films and Diplomacy

Nepal: No alcohol during elections!

Bangladesh: A role model for youth

Kuwait: Do Opposites Really Attract?

Iraq: Women's Rights Slipping

Egypt: Shobrawy's Notes on Fitna

UAE: The World's First Self-Making Bed

Jordan: Married Men

Somalia: Mapping pirate activities

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