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19 February 2009

Stories from 19 February 2009

Georgia-Russia: Information War

Kenya: Much Ado About an Atlas?

Kenyan bloggers are talking about UNEP. First, regarding news of an Atlas that shows Kenya's changing environment, and secondly, the hypocrisy of driving into a UNEP meeting in a gas...

Bahrain: “Ministry websites an embarrassment”

Palestine: The Story of a Gazan “Martyr”

The death of anyone close to you is painful, but how do you cope with it if that person has actively sought death? Gazan blogger Samaher Al Khazandar has written...

Pakistan: Water Pollution

Caribbean, USA: Where in the World is Allen Stanford?

It's one thing for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to lay fraud charges against Texas billionaire-cum-Caribbean cricket magnate Allen Stanford - but first, authorities have to find him. As...

Bangladesh: Media vs. Parliament

Africa: E-Learning Still At Infancy

Zimbabwe: Images From Durban Picket

Zimbabwe: Teachers vow not to return to work

Brazil: Blogging from riverside communities in the Amazon

Encouraged by the NGO Saúde e Alegria, youngters from 31 riverside communities in the Amazon are learning the benefits of blogging. Armed with media kits – sound equipment, editorial desks,...

Trinidad & Tobago: Ready for Carnival

Bermuda: Balancing the Budget

Aruba: Putting on the Ritz-Carlton?

South Korea: Suicides and Statistics

China: TV News Broadcasting Suicide

China: Fabricated Yuan Story

Kenya: Activists Arrested and Beaten

South Africa: Presidents and Sex

Kenya: Gays Set Up Support Group

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