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24 April 2009

Stories from 24 April 2009

Belarus: LiveJournal Blogosphere

Kosovo: The Language Issue

Russia: Internet Market

Ukraine: Chernobyl – Michael Forster Rothbart's Photos; Mohamed Makhzangi's Book

Pakistan: An Open Letter To The President

India: Why Recycle When You Can Precycle?

Nepal: A Failed Coup?

The conflict started last year when the politicians in Nepal started debating the integration of the former Maoist guerrillas, popularly known as People’s Liberation Army (PLA) into the country’s national...

Sri Lanka: The Pros And Cons Of International Attention

The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) are holding on to to just a sliver of land in the north of Sri Lanka, but the United Nations is estimating that...

Korea: Things that might surprise you in North America

A netizen shows an interesting post about 22 things that surprise you while you travel America. It is fun to see how things are natural in a place could be...

Puerto Rico: Indigenous Summit

Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago: Summit Summary

Cuba: Female Political Prisoner Released

Guyana: Minor Charged

Barbados: Waiting on the Verdict

India elections'09: Does it really matter whom we vote for?

Indian Elections 2009: Reading The Digital Tea Leaves on ‘Who Will Win?’

Now that the 15th general elections are underway in India, the big question in every body’s mind is who is going to win? Will one party take it all or...

Japan: Petition for Tsuyoshi Kusanagi

Iran: Ahmadinejad and his speech

South African Elections '09: There is only one story to be told

Following the national and provincial elections on Wednesday in South Africa, grubstreet believes that there is only one story to be told: the election results and how the online media...

Iran: Israeli Oranges surprised people

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