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1 May 2009

Stories from 1 May 2009

Brazil: Remembering Ayrton Senna, the unbeatable F1 champion

The country pays tribute to the three-time Formula One world champion whose tragic death, aged just 34-years-old at the beginning of a successful career, shocked the world on May 1st...

India: Absentee Voters

Pakistan: Things That People Do During Rolling Blackout

India: Blog Of The Congress Party, Atlast

Armenia: May Day opposition rally

World Videos: “Swine Flu” Perspectives, Humor and a Grain of Salt.

Videos tend to reflect people's states of mind at a set moment in time. People react different ways in the face of crisis, and for all those who have been...

Barbados: Questions about Maloney inquest verdict

The Rastafari community in Barbados responds to the verdict in the inquest into the suspicious death of 23-year-old I'Akobi Maloney, alleged by Barbados police to have jumped from a cliff...

Iran:Delara Darabi Executed

Saudi Arabia: Dan Brown Vs Arab Authors

Palestine/Canada: On Arabs Abroad

Saudi Arabia: Journalist Al Rabea Arrested

Jordan: Wasting Time on Shallow TV Shows

Syria: Drugs Vs Alcohol

Qatar: Royal spending $10m a year on a drag racing team

Syria: “I am not a sexist”

Kyrgyzstan: Government Acts to Prevent Swine Flu

The import of all types of meat products from the United States and Mexico is banned in Kyrgyzstan now. Deputy Director of the Department of Veterinary Kubanychbek Musakeev explained [ru],...

Jordan: Interview with Arab Internet Entrepreneur

Morocco: Exercise Blues

Libya: Qaddafi's Fashion

Israel: Why does Earth Hour have to be at 8pm?

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