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21 April 2009

Stories from 21 April 2009

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Genocide Prevention Month Commemorations

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Re-Naming of Towns

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Intermarriage

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Bihac

Czech Republic: “Kuličky”

Bosnia & Herzegovina: 1,000 More Srebrenica Victims To Be Buried July 11

India: Candidates Debate

Albania: Trees in Tirana

Bangladesh: Student Politics

Sri Lanka: Lamenting On The War

Bahrain: Blocked by Information Ministry

UAE: Pirates Linked to the Gulf

Morocco: Lalami's Second Novel Secret Son Launched

Sri Lanka: Footage Of LTTE Brutality On Trapped Civilians

Iran: Islamist bloggers’ poems in praise of Ahmadinejad

While several Iranian bloggers criticized President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's speech at the United Nations conference on racism in Geneva yesterday, some Islamist bloggers praised his performance. Hamed Talebi, on his blog Khabarnegar Mosalman (“Muslim...

Iran: Free Potatoes Inflamed Electoral Fever

The Iranian authorities have distributed free potatoes in recent weeks in different cities. Several Iranian politicians have criticized the Mahmoud Ahmadinejad‘s government free potato distribution as an act of the...

Armenia: Maths problem

Fiji: Devaluation debate

The past week bloggers in Fiji have had a lot to say about the devaluation of the Fiji Dollar. On April 15, the Reserve Bank of Fiji devalued the Fiji...

Haiti: Senate Elections

Honduras: Does the Country Need a New Constitution?

Honduran President Manuel Zelaya recently announced that he will ask the people whether or not the country needs a new Constitution. He says yes, but will let the people decide....