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5 April 2009

Stories from 5 April 2009

Russia, UAE: Sulim Yamadayev – Dead or Alive?

According to some sources, Sulim Yamadayev, former Chechen rebel commander and former commander of the Russian Vostok ("East") Battalion, was assassinated in Dubai on March 28. According to other sources,...

Brazil: lndian culture, poetry and rights on the blogosphere

Brazil has one of the most impressive mosaics of indigenous peoples in the world and this cultural richness has started to show up on the Brazilian blogosphere. For this reason,...

Turkey: Obama disappoints Armenian-Americans

Japan: “Missile” or “Flying Object”?

Azerbaijan: Grumpy old troll

Korea: Soccer Game between Korea and Korea.

For the 2010 World Cup of South Africa, there was a preliminary game in South Korea. The appointed teams were North Korea and South Korea. After the game, bloggers share...

Japan: Bullying at school, the parents’ point of view

Ijime – the Japanese word for “bullying” – is still a worrying social phenomenon in Japan, despite the “latest” surveys published by the Japanese Ministry of Education [pdf, ja] (no data after...

Kyrgyzstan: Bishkek Fashion Week 2009

Kazkahstan: Career, Amended by Crisis

Kazakhstan: Denis Ten’s brilliant debut

Kazakhstan: Earth Hour on Kazakh blogosphere

Kazakhstan: Happy 130th birthday!

Kyrgyzstan: Food prices

Palestine: Book by Gazan Blogger Published in Japan

Palestine: A Video Tour of Gaza

Bolivia: Unlikely and Historic 6-1 Win Over Argentina

With head coach Diego Maradona and his squad of superstars in La Paz to face Bolivia in a World Cup qualifying football match, it was expected to be another easy...

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