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3 March 2009

Stories from 3 March 2009

UK: ‘Stamping Out’ Media Racism Against Indigenous Peoples

Amid growing awareness about indigenous peoples’ issues in the world, British periodicals The Guardian and The Observer have new guidelines against using two phrases that activists say marginalize and de-legitimize...

Hungary: Police Force; Crimes Against Gypsies

Azerbaijan: Od Çərşənbəsi

Colombia: More on the Illegal Wire Tappings

Last week, the illegal wire tapping scandal uncovered by Semana news magazine was the main headline in most news outlets and the talk of the day on some blogs in...

Sri Lanka: LTTE was not behind

Sri Lanka: Who Shoots Cricketers?

Paraguay: The Widening of Choferes del Chaco Avenue

Nicaragua: Twitter Community Road Trip to Granada

Pakistan: Inching Towards A Failed State

Pakistan: Terror Hits Cricket!

Today morning a dozen of gunmen attacked the Sri Lankan cricket team ahead of a cricket match with Pakistan team in Lahore. This bloody onslaught has left seven people including...

Chile: New Chess National Champion Hails from Maule

Nicaragua: Electronic Version of Magazine Idea

Zimbabwe: Marechera's Love Sonnets

Zimbabwe: On Morgan Tsvangirai New Mercedes Benz

Kenya: Two Governments in One

Estonia: Independence Day Parade in Narva

Maneno: A Multilingual Blogging Platform Built For African Bloggers

Maneno is a new blogging platform that promises to offer blogging and communication solutions for bloggers with limited or narrow-bandwith in Sub-Saharan Africa. Maneno is a Swahili word, which means...

Estonia: From Business To Politics

Guadeloupe: Songs to support the strike

Czech Republic: Coverage of the Economy

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