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1 March 2009

Stories from 1 March 2009

Guyana: Police Looking for Blogger

Following one Guyana blogger's reporting of alleged economic fallout over the CL Financial failure, mainstream media are reporting that Guyana police are looking for the person (or people) behind the...

Ecuador: BarCamp in Quito in March

Bolivia: Health Official Demonstrates Lack of Knowledge About HIV/AIDS

Taiwan environmentalists clash with police over old camphor tree

Bolivia: Finding New Leaders

Mexico: Factory Workers Gather to Discuss Crisis in Tijuana

Africa: Blogging And Walking With God

It has been a while, but as with most things, blogging did not wait for life to catch up with it – it can be said that blogging helped to...

Uganda: The Literary Blogren

Uganda's bloggers are increasingly using their blogs as forums for literary expression, and online poems, short stories and multi-part novellas are becoming increasingly popular.

Virus scare hits Southeast Asia

Rising cases of dengue fever, chikungunya, bird flu and ebola viruses were reported in several Southeast Asian countries in the past two months. Relax, there are no pandemic threats. Not...

Global: Hijablogging In Vogue

Hijablogging: Just another global trend taking the blogosphere by storm. All around the world, women who opt to wear hijab (the Islamic head covering) are also opting to blog about...

Japan: Why do Japanese work so hard?

Pakistan: The Power Game

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