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2 March 2009

Stories from 2 March 2009

Haiti: Carnival or Nothing!

The succession of disasters in Haiti in 2008 like the hurricanes Ike, Hannah and Gustav and the tragic collapse of a primary school in November, in Pétionville, has probably made...

Cuba: Changes in the Cabinet

Barbados: Meet the Press

Kenya: Evidence of Police Death Squads

Haiti: Remembering the Coup

Nigeria: There are no homosexuals in Nigeria

Bahamas: The State of the Economy

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Save the Children

Africa: Winners of the First African Blog Award for Journalists Are…

The winners of Waxal - Blogging Africa Awards (BAA) have been announced. Waxal is an initiative of Panos Institute of West Africa (PIWA) with the partnership of Highway Africa and...

Ukraine on the verge of state bankruptcy

Russia: Kadyrov approves honour killings in Chechnya

Ecuador: Interactive Tourism Map for Loja

Costa Rica: R&B Singer Sasha Campbell to Open for U2

Guinea-Bissau: President's assassination sparks alarm at instability

Guinea-Bissau President Joao Bernardo Vieira was assassinated in the first hours of this morning, a few hours after his long term rival, the country's army chief General Batista Tagme, was...

Cuba: Machisimo

Korea: First dating, how to read your partner within 10 minutes.

How can you find a perfect man for yourself as soon as possible? I discovered that a blogger shares some interesting psychological analyses of how you can read personalities and...

Grenada: Getting Involved

Russia on the move against Ukraine?

Russia-Sweden: Wallenberg case as family tragedy

Kyrgyzstan: Photo-roundup with not a word about politics

A winter time is ending, and Kyrgyzstan is waiting for the hot spring: the rallies, protest actions and so on. But let's talk about beauty, not about the endless politic....

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