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3 September 2008

Stories from 3 September 2008

Trinidad & Tobago: Back to School

Cuba: Blogging about Fear

Guyana: Living or Surviving?

Cuba: Effects of Gustav

Using Technology to Support the Environment

Cayman Islands: Looking into The Yard

Bermuda: Government Paper?

Taiwan: The flying saucer houses will be torn down

These flying saucer houses, as the Chiang-Kai-Shek Memorial, were built in 1970s...They are very special architectures. We can observe how architects tried to free themselves from the mainstream palace-like buildings....

South Korea: Government Blog

Cote d'Ivoire: Toxic dumping case reaches court

Hong Kong: Election Diary

Parti Liberal du Tchad on illegal migration

Hong Kong: Leave Blogger Alone

Sweden: A Newspaper Blog for Ramadan

The second largest Swedish daily newspaper, Svenska Dagbladet, has launched a Ramadan blog, where three practising Muslim bloggers - a policeman, a student, and a lawyer - reflect on everyday...

Jordan: On Saudis

Tunisia: Google Chrome Launched

Bahrain: Service for Others

Jordan: First Oscar Submission

First day of State of Emergency in Bangkok

A State of Emergency in Bangkok was declared yesterday by Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej following a violent clash between pro and anti-government protesters. The political situation is still volatile but...

Saudi Arabia: No Free Oil for Sean Combs

American rapper Sean Puff Diddy Combs has appealed to his 'brothers and sisters in Saudi Arabia' and other oil producing countries to donate some oil to keep his private jet...

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