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26 August 2008

Stories from 26 August 2008

Serbia: Belgrade's New Mayor; Monopoly

Ukraine: “Gender Equality and Genuine Democracy”

Yemen: The Wooden Windows of Seiyoun

UAE: Favourite Show Host Interview

Morocco: Giving in the Facebook

Brazil: Church demands justice do ban sexy pic on Playboy

Macau: Crime rates on the rise

Brazil: Independent newspaper arrives to the web

Sao Tome and Principe: Reflecting on value crises

East Timor: Wikileaks on Ramos-Horta attempted assasination

Georgia: Blogging from Poti

Paraguay: President Lugo to Forgo Salary

Fernando Lugo's presidency started with an announcement that he would forgo his monthly salary. "I don't need that salary, which belongs to the poor," said Lugo. Different local bloggers see...

Trinidad & Tobago, U.S.A.: Michelle Did Well

Trinidad & Tobago: Leatherback Hatchlings

Russia, Georgia: Unilateral Recognition of Abkhazia's and South Ossetia's Independence

Russia has formally recognized the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia today. Below are some of the initial reactions from LiveJournal's Cyrillic sector.

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Rapist at Large

Jamaica: Gustav etc.

Guyana: Reporter Fired?

Georgia: Photo Blogs

Barbados: To Sign or Not To Sign