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13 April 2009

Stories from 13 April 2009

Serbia: Good and Bad Things About Belgrade

Hungary: “The Rise and Fall of Ferenc Gyurcsány, Part II”

Moldova: More on Twitter

Ukraine: Luxury Cars and Taxpayers’ Money

Russia, Belarus: Internet News Roundup

U.S., Europe: Clinton's Message on Roma Day

USA: Deploying a Pro-Immigration Web 2.0 Strategy

Slovenia: “Ljubljana to Get ‘Tito Street'”

Thailand: Fake Red Shirt application

Thailand protests: Shopping stores were closed

Bangkok protests: Black Songkran

Songkran, the Thai New Year celebrated from April 13 – 15, is supposed to be a joyous event in Thailand. But this year’s Songkran has been described as the “Black...

Pakistan: The Root Cause Of The Problems

Iran: Free Potatoes and Election

Indian Elections 2009: Allegations and Concerns of The Common People

The run up to Indian general elections sure looks like a spicy Bollywood movie. Big actors from major political parties and their activists are busy hurling allegations at each other...

Cuba, U.S.A.: “Economic Emigrants”

Caribbean: Easter Traditions

Trinidad & Tobago: Mainstream Media

Barbados: Sam Lord's Castle

Jamaica: Debt Relief

Guyana: Stupid is as stupid does

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