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6 July 2008

Stories from 6 July 2008

Colombia: The Release of Alf Onshuus Niño

Mexico: Tram in the Historical Center of the Capital

Nicaragua: Blog of Salvador Cardenal

Nicaragua: Ex-Sandinistas Part of Renovation Movement

Global Lives Project: Recording the lives of 10 people for 1 day

The Global Lives Project is a global initiative created to showcase the lives of 10 different people from all over the world by following them and recording 24 hours of...

Brazil: The Rent-a-Blog debate heats the blogosphere

A famous brand of beverage decides to invest in Brazilian blogs as the main vehicle to market its latest product. A well established blog-like website picks up the story using...

Iran: Peaceful protest movement against corruption

Malaysia: Higher education

Indonesia: Manhunt for terror suspects

Malaysia: Political scandals

Iran:Arian, a popular pop music group

Vietnam: Dissident monk passes away

Iran:Congratulations on high oil prices

Laos: Solar-powered lanterns

Laos: Reflections on communist invasion

Iran:”A realistic approach to nuclear crisis”

East Timor: Protest against luxury motor vehicles

China: Senstive Push-Up

Ecuador: LDU Crowned Winners of Libertadores Cup

Armenia: Education Blogs

Now that post-election tensions are dying down in Armenia, there is a huge potential for blogs to cover more specific issues which are either ignored or left undiscussed by the...

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