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3 October 2008

Stories from 3 October 2008

Brazil: Impunity and forgetfulness over Carandiru Massacre

Sixteen years ago, Brazil was shocked by one of the biggest human rights violation in its history. The Carandiru Massacre saw the assassination of hundreds of unarmed inmates inside what...

Nepal: The rebel Prime Minister

Sri Lanka: Media manipulation

Pakistan: The mispelling controversy

Bangladesh: Premium Internet service

India: Nuclear deal with USA

China: Giving a hand to rescue U.S?

Now, the financial crisis originated from U.S is going to sweep the globe. As the closest trade partner of U.S, China is struggling over the question: should it give a...

Venezuela: Socialist Shoes Seem Oddly Familiar

Bahamas: Straw Market Budget

St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Jamaica: Saving the Children

Cuba: Helping the Victims

Grenada, Jamaica, U.S.A.: The VP Debate

Guyana: Cartoonist Passes On

Japan: The mysteries of Kourakuen

Cuba: Showcasing an Everyday Hero

Perú: Bloggers Adopting Congressional Representatives

Peruvian bloggers get together to prompt congressional representatives to be transparent regarding their operational expenses, and this action causes all sorts of reactions from bloggers and congresspeople themselves.

Peru: Digital Communications Event Cancelled

Ecuador: Referendum Results Herald Changes

As the results to the Constitutional Referendum in Ecuador come in, bloggers prepare themselves for the changes that will come with the positive answers to changing the Constitution: some hopeful...

South Korea: Choi Jinsil

Japan: Day of Sake

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