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15 June 2008

Stories from 15 June 2008

EmPivot: Green media aggregator

EmPivot is a website made for sharing videos with a specific theme: environment. This green-related media content is added to the website so that people, organizations and companies can connect...

Paraguay: Producing a Bill Gates

Iran:Government protects a national jungle park

El Salvador: Funes Continues to Lead by Wide Margins

Iran:Sex scandal in University

Brazil: World (not) Naked Bike Ride

Libya: Father's Day

Palestine: Goodbye to Blogging

South Africa: MXit vs Facebook

Africa: African Wildlife in photos

Zimbabwe: Morgan Tsvangirai campaign on Google Earth

Nigeria: The Nigeria Entertainment Awards

Nigeria: Are Nigerians abroad more “human”?

South Africa: Scholarships for Highway Africa 2008

Paraguay: Increasing the Use of Guaraní with New Lugo Administration

Kuwait: $10,000 Car Treat!

Would you spend $10,000 getting your car waxed? I know I wouldn't - but Lebanese blogger Mark, who lives in Kuwait, draws our attention to someone who did just that.

El Salvador: A Photojournalist's Blog

Blogger of the Week: Solana Larsen

This week's blogger of the week is Solana Larsen, who is celebrating her one-year anniversary as managing editor of Global Voices Online this month. Described as 'cool, calm and collected',...

Kyrgyzstan: A Nation Is Grieving for Chingiz Aitmatov

Ben Paarmann writes in honor of Kyrgyzstan author Chingiz Aitmatov who died on Tuesday this week, at the age of 79. "Thanks to Chingiz Aitmatov, Central Asian traditions, lifestyles, myths...

Bahrain: Where's My Breakfast?