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11 July 2008

Stories from 11 July 2008

Iran: Students support Tavancheh, a leftist student

Trinidad & Tobago: Survival Strategy

India: HIV Testing

Sri Lanka: Scarcity of Seed Paddy

Pakistan: Women and Jihad

Iran: Balatarin, a successful citizen media story

Meet Yahyanejad, the founder of the very successful Balatarin site, a community website which users can use to share links to webpages they find interesting, with an emphasis on the...

Barbados: Mottley Declares Assets

Barbados: Trini Invasion

Bermuda: Tourism Outsourced

Jamaica: The Need To Take Responsibility

Serbia: Arts Roundup

Here are some picks from the blogosphere on the Serbian literature, architecture, film, music, visual arts and cuisine. Enjoy!

Serbia: “Face to Face With Digitalization”

The Parliament of the Republic of Serbia elected a new government a few days ago. The basic goals now are for the new Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic to strive for...

Japan: View from Ecuador on WaiWai “Child Hunt”

WaiWai was a column in Japan's fourth largest newspaper Mainichi, published for years in the English version of their website and featuring some of the most scandalous (and mostly fabricated)...

China and Japan: Support to Earthquake Orphans

China: Internet Commentators

China: Uncle Tea

China: Support Yang Jia

Guatemala: Was Antigua the Inspiration for the Little Prince?

For a relatively small country, Guatemala's magnificant scenery can awaken one's imagination. From the 37 volcanoes that rise up from the landscape to the mystical Lake Atitlan, it is a...

Caucasus: Russian Language

Ecuador: Book Fair in Guayaquil