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10 April 2008

Stories from 10 April 2008

Egypt: The Story of Sounilla

Little did American student Sounilla know what he was walking into when he saw two students from his university standing in the middle of a Cairo Square and decided to...

Kuwait: Not in the name of art

Jordan: Home for the CIA Detainees

Tunisia: Dust is in the Air

Dubai: The other side of the coin

Colombia: 60th Anniversary of the Murder of Jorge Eliécer Gaitán

Many Colombians believe that if charismatic Colombian Liberal Party leader Jorge Eliécer Gaitán had not been shot and killed on April 9, 1948, he would have become President of Colombia...

Americas: Conference at MIT

Palestine: Deir Yassin, Commemorated 60 Times Over

April 9 marked the massacre of Deir Yassin, where an estimated 100 Palestinians were killed in the early morning hours, by commandos of the Irgun (headed by Menachem Begin) and...

Syria: The Colored Tile Complex

China: A True Nightmare on April Fool's Day

In spite of the occupants' outcry, about 1000 security guards and 20 policemen escorting two diggers intruded into a commodity housing district in Chongqing, the largest of China's four provincial-level...

Syria: Egypt Strike Update

Global Voices in Spanish and Canal Solidario

Readers of Global Voices in Spanish and Canal Solidario will have recently noticed a small widget showing on both webpages. The one on Global Voices in Spanish displays the latest...

Philippines: Coping with night shift work

Cameroon: Draft Bill to amend the constitution

Singapore: Electronic road pricing

Kenya/Tanzania: Tanzanians prevented from buying Safaricom shares

Myanmar: Twitter Suu project

Malawi: Upcoming Telecentres

Africa: Idols Africa

Zimbabwe: Post-election violence

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