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19 September 2008

Stories from 19 September 2008

Japan: The Unhealthy Image of “Ladylike”

Macedonia: Computer games have positive effect

Nepal: New budget

Maldives: New Supreme Court

India: Anti-tobacco policy

The Blogma's Whims

Mexico: Suspects Arrested in Morelia Attack

Bangladesh: Imposed solution

Bangladesh: Coping with meltdowns

Bermuda: Economic Reality

St. Vincent & the Grenadines, U.S.A.: International Relations

Trinidad & Tobago: In God We Trust?

Trinidad & Tobago, U.S.A.: Six Weeks

Jamaica: Hopkinson Wins Award

Colombia: Conflict Continues Between Uribe and Supreme Court

The ongoing conflict between Colombian president Álvaro Uribe and the Supreme Court continues with new twists, including some leaked information regarding a meeting at the Presidential residence. Colombian bloggers take...

Armenia: Turkish Visitors

Japan: Wire Free Gadgets Network Bloggers Meeting

China: 2008 Beijing Paralympics Ends

Japan: Virtual Boyfriends Social Network

Moroccan Blogger Mohammed Erraji Acquitted

The Blogoma, or Moroccan blogosphere, was buzzing today over news of Moroccan blogger Mohammed Erraji's acquittal. Erraji was arrested last week for writing that the king's charity toward his people...

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