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3 December 2008

Stories from 3 December 2008

Russia: “Renat+Ainara=Love”

Russian bloggers discuss Moscow's changing ethnic composition.

Guatemala: Stricter Gun Laws and Narcotrafficking Groups

Croatia: Threats to Journalist Drago Hedl

Hungary: Catching Up

Belarus: Tanya Kazyra Returns Home

Poland, U.K.: “Do you have a return PLan?”

Lithuania: Election Results

Estonia: Pärnu

Estonia: Online Voting for Tallinn's Theater vs Cultural Center

Sweden: Immigration

Poland, Ukraine: Euro 2012

Slovenia: Business News

World Disability Day in South Asia

December 1st is observed around the world as AIDS Day and the occasion is largely publicized. Unlike the attention World AIDS Day receives, World Disability Day barely registers on the...

Cuba: government opposes bloggers meet-up

Namibia: A case study of a successful country

French Guiana: The Unheard Blackout

For more than a week now, French Guiana has been in turmoil. The population is protesting against the skyrocketing price of gas by blocking roads, closing schools, and businesses. The...

India: Twitter vs. MSM

Pakistan: Let Commonsense and Intelligence Prevail

Sri Lanka: State of the Blogosphere

Egypt: American Books

Egyptian blogger Asmaa Yasser - Dawn - writes here about her experience at the Mubarak Public Library. Tarek Amr translates the post from Arabic.

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