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15 October 2008

Stories from 15 October 2008

Hungary: Outing the Informers

Trinidad & Tobago, U.S.A.: “Bushisms”

Belize: Storm Watch

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Kamenica Mass Grave

Jamaica: Financial Crisis

Macedonia: Stanisław Pigoń's Website

Jamaica, Haiti: Blogging about Poverty

Bosnia & Herzegovina: National Football Team

Serbia: Campaign Against Sonja Biserko

Ukraine: “Truth and Falsehoods” of Holodomor

India: And the Bookers prize goes to..

Pakistan: Understanding ‘Media Mujahideen’

Azerbaijan: Election Day

China: Six Harbin Police Beat To Death University Student

China: Crisis Watch

Japan: Making Monks

Egypt: Detainees Stacked Like Sardine in a Cage?

Prisoners stacked one on top of the other in a cage? Award winning Egyptian blogger Wael Abbas exposes yet another horrific breach of human rights on his popular blog Misr...

Global: Babbling Doll Offensive to American Parents

If you think that the incomprehensible sounds babies make mean nothing, think again. Keeping up with the times, the blogopshere is abuzz over Fisher-Price’s Baby Cuddle and Coo doll, which...

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