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2 November 2008

Stories from 2 November 2008

Poland: How to Fight Illegal Sales of Games, Films & Music?

There are still traditional markets selling food and antiques in Poland, but the most popular ones are those that offer pirated games, films and music. Sylwia Presley reviews reactions of...

Macedonia: Use Facebook If You Want to Flirt With Politicians

The list of Macedonian politicians who have Facebook accounts is pretty impressive and includes Vice Prime Minister for European Affairs, Minister of the Interior, Minister of Information Society, and Minister...

Angola: Hawkers face a hard life with dignity and courage

Going up and down the streets of Luanda to sell sweet fruit like sugar apples, scented mangoes, or hope-color avocados, the "zungueiras", or Angolan hawkers, usually the breadwinners of their...

Iran: Cyrus the Great Day became a day of repression

Iran:Petition to Release and Free Academics

Iran: Iran in photos

Jordan: A Visit to the Automobile Museum

India: Are bomb blasts normal?

India's northeastern state of Assam was rocked by a series of bomb blasts last Thursday which killed at least 76 people and injured hundreds. Even as the country is a...

Taiwan: a look at rubbish

Bahrain: Blogger Featured in Magazine Interview

Jordan: Great win for Human Rights

Lebanon: Google labels Lebanese maps

Lebanon: Valet Parking even at Airport

Lebanon: Mathematicians took the role of Philosophers

Lebanon: The Bedouins

Lebanon: Stamps

Lebanon: Floods after Rainfall

Armenia: Obama Supporters

Japan: Chrétien, Aso, ALF

Taiwan: Hunger strike for referendum law change

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