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April, 2009

Stories from April, 2009

30 April 2009

Russia: Teen Curfew; Police Officer's Shooting Spree

President Dmitry Medvedev approved changes to children's rights law, allowing regional authorities to bar unaccompanied minors under the age of 18 from public places from 10 PM to 6 AM....

India: TEDIndia Fellows program

Caribbean: Funding the Fight against HIV

Caribbean: Keeping Track of Swine Flu

As concerns over the Swine Flu outbreak continue to mount, Caribbean bloggers are educating themselves, just in case...

Cayman Islands: Same Old

Liberians Are Talking, Are You Listening?

"Liberia's national image has been defined by parachute foreign correspondents for nearly its entire history, since it was first founded as an independent republic by freed Black slaves from the...

Azerbaijan: Last day of April

Bangladesh: Value Achievements Not The Ancestry

India: Not On The Voter List

Bhutan: Flood Threat

Sri Lanka: Living In Fear

India: The Maoists-Naxalites And The Threat To Democracy

China: The Beijing Consensus

Kuwait: Swine Flu Blues

While election related stories are dominating Kuwait's Arabic-language blogs, this week the Swine Flu seems to be the pet topic of the English-language blogosphere. Amer Al-Hilal has the story.

Morocco: Praising Al Jazeera

Kyrgyzstan: Elections and Ethnic Tensions

Kazkahstan: Major bank admits default

Kazakhstan: Internet Regulation Amendments

Kazakhstan: Expansion of the Uranium Industry

Uzbekistan: $67, a price for heroism

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