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14 November 2008

Stories from 14 November 2008

Japan: Changing jobs in a recession

Jamaica: Leadership Roles

Japan: Street View and the Burakumin

The Internet, many would argue, has created the possibility for anyone to express their opinions freely. Recently, however, some have worried about an increase in the number of racist and...

Grenada: Sorrel Season

Georgia: Fox News and the War

China: The 3rd cabbies strike in 10 days. Now appeased.

After the cabbies strike in Chonqing in which about 9000 drivers participated and over 100 taxis and 3 police cars were smashed during the course, another taxi strike broke out...

Hong Kong: Netizen's DIY Environmental Impact Assessment to Save Lung Mei

The Lung Mei (龍尾)Coastline is a natural muddy stretch at the eastern boundary of Ting Kok(汀角) Site of Special Scientific Interest (which is the fourth largest mangrove stand in Hong...

Serbia: Barbie and Ken in National Dress

U.S., Bosnia & Herzegovina: Adi Kunalic

Serbia: Belgrade's Street Dogs

Serbia: Nikola Kavaja

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Post-War Situation

The Balkans: Srebrenica Roundup

Serbia: Reflections of a Bosnian Refugee

Russia: 65 Years Since the Deportation of Karachais

Croatia: EU Membership and Democratization

Romania: Elections and Gazprom

Indonesia: Reflections on poverty

Vietnam: British Ambassador is also a blogger

Vietnam: Dog food

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