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25 July 2008

Stories from 25 July 2008

China: Can a cop-killer be a hero?

Actually, the majority opinion in the story of Beijing resident Yang Jia who recently rushed into a police building in Shanghai and stabbed and killed six police officers, wounding several...

Nigeria: Erin-Ijesha waterfalls

Sierra Leone: Fashion designer Adama Kargbo

Ethiopia: Violence or non-violence?

Nigeria: Corruption overview

Africa: Failed States Index

Cameroon: Why tourists and investors avoid it

Zimbabwe: On the soaring inflation

Zimbabwe, that was once one of the richest countries in Africa, at present finds itself falling into economic chaos with inflation reaching record levels, and with zeroes being regularly added...

Jordan: Batman Review

USA: Longest Walk 2 for Native Americans rights

An 8,000-Mile Walk for Native American Rights, Environmental Protection, and to Stop Global Warming reached its destination in Washington, DC. A successful example of community-building and citizen media usage -...

El Salvador: Photographer Nominated for Journalism Prize

Morocco's Smoking Ban

Western Sahara: Introducing the Sahrawi Blogosphere

On July 5, Global Voices started its coverage of the Sahrawi blogosphere. Jillian York looks at Sahrawi blogs in English this week.

Barbados, Anguilla: Integrity Legislation

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Lawyer Executed

Trinidad & Tobago: Question Time

Cuba: July 26

Jamaica: Fountain Head

India: Bomb Blasts in Bangalore

Bangalore, the capital of the state of Karnataka, was hit by bomb blasts a few hours ago. Reports suggest that seven bombs went off in various parts of the city,...

Afghanistan: Kabulians protest against government's inaction

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