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14 January 2009

Stories from 14 January 2009

Angola: With Ebola Around the Corner, Borders Are Closed

The ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo has not spread into Angola. To prevent it happening, the neighbouring country has shut down its borders with the DRC and...

Morocco: The Mendacity of Hope

Pakistan: Gentrification in Pakistan

Morocco: The Amazigh People

Palestine: “I don't have guns or weapons. I struggle by telling the truth”

In this roundups of blogs from Gaza, we hear how an ambulance driver deals with his fear, the effect of the warning announcements made by the IDF on local TV...

India: Who Will Be The Next Prime Minister?

Bhutan: Change In Politics Leads To Change In Culture

A Project named “Send Love to Iran”

BriAnna Olson is an American artist who uses “Send Love to Iran” as an attempt to see the Islamic Republic of Iran through the eyes of a contemporary American artist....

Bangladesh: Power from Human

China: Blogging for Change

Although Bullog.cn, one of the most influential independent blog hosting platform in China, has been shut down under the pretext of internet cleaning of smut, a number of prominent bloggers...

Trinidad & Tobago: Clear the Way for Carnival

Cuba, Chile: Official Visit

Trinidad & Tobago: Dangerous Trees?

Anguilla, St. Kitts: Financial Confidentiality

U.S. Virgin Islands: Students to Attend Inauguration

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Football Fever

Iran: “Ultrasurf is an alternative for Freegate”

Iran:Revolutionary Guards and blogging

Iran: Two men were stoned to death

The beauty of Sudan in pictures

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