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5 February 2009

Stories from 5 February 2009

India: Sakshat, The $10 Laptop

Russia: Spamming Champions

Russia: Maria Segeeva

Ukraine: MV Faina is Free

Hungary: Viktor Orbán in the Financial Times

Philippines: Chess to be taught in schools

Malaysia: War on Dengue and Chikungunya

The Malaysian government has launched a dengue awareness campaign in response to the rising number of dengue cases. Aside from dengue, there is another virus which is spreading in several...

Latvia: Hard Times

Armenia: Environmental Destruction

Global Health: Obama Lifts “Global Gag Rule”

In his first week in office, U.S. President Barack Obama lifted a policy popularly known as the “Global Gag Rule.” The move is being applauded by women's rights and public...

Top Ranked Blogs in Africa

If you are following African blogs, you might be interested to know the top ranked blogs in the African blogosphere. Through Afrigator’s ranking system we are able to know the...

Haiti: Baie d'Orange

Barbados: Stimulating the Economy?

Bermuda: Good Governance?

Martinique: The last masters of the islands?

As the two-week-long-protest in Guadeloupe continues, the other French Overseas Departments of America - French Guiana and Martinique - are thinking about their own contribution to this deep thinking and...

Morocco: Fez, a romantic getaway

Syria: A Photojournalist

Algeria: CIA Chief A “Serial Rapist”

Kuwait: UAE Snow is “Real”

Jordan: Arguing with Fools

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