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4 December 2008

Stories from 4 December 2008

Madagascar: a library-on-wheels to encourage literacy

Taiwan: President out of mind?

Palestine: Christmas Good for the Economy

Egypt: Supporting Israel's Conscientious Objectors

Israel: Having Fun with Fateh

International relations are rarely good for a laugh, but one Israeli blogger is having some fun, writes Maya Norton, who brings us the story.

Taiwan: Newspaper for the Immigrants

Trinidad and Tobago: recession blues

Guyana: new crime hotspot

Barbados: HIV secrets

Haiti: clean water

St. Vincent and the Grenadines: “monopoly money”

Bahamas: medical accountability

El Salvador: Internet Favoring a Particular Candidate

Peru: Municipal Recall Elections

Guatemala: Manifestarte Festival

Costa Rica: Calling a Constituent Assembly

Paraguay: Heavy Rains for the Country

Indonesia: Metaphorizing Obama

Fiji: How to change the government from within?

As the two-year anniversary of Fiji's military takeover approaches, another international governing body has called the Pacific island nation to hold elections in 2009 as once promised. A discussion has...

India: Stop The Blame Game

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