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18 September 2008

Stories from 18 September 2008

Iran: An important Shi'a server was hacked

Madagascar: Saluting Rado, a Poet Legend

Bloggers in Madagascar mourn the passing of a renowned poet.

UK: Gay Azerbaijani Artist Faces Deportation

Eastern Europe: Victory at the Paralympics

Sri Lanka: Clearing the way

Nepal: Less documentaries in TV

Venezuela: Digital Workshop in Carabobo

Environment: Interview with John Romankiewicz of China's Green Beat

China's Green Beat is an effort by “Green brothers” John Romankiewicz, Shane Zhao and Rene Ng to raise awareness about environmental issues in China. The project has developed more than...

El Salvador: The Diversity of Faces

Madagascar: Falling in love with Madagascar

Japan: The End of OhmyNews Japan

At the end of August, 2008, OhmyNews, the citizen journalism site from South Korea that entered the Japanese market in 2006 with much fanfare, closed its doors. First officially announced...

Saudi Arabia: The need for Saudi nurses

Saudi Arabia: Fighting hypocrisy

Jamaica: Short Story

Cuba: Imprisoned Journalist Wins Award

Environment: Polluted Fish?

Deal Reached on Extension of Renewable Energy Tax credits

Moroccan Blogger acquitted by appeals court

Wind Powered Rotating Skyscraper in Dubai

Bermuda: Tightening the Belt

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