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7 May 2009

Stories from 7 May 2009

Poland: “Cool Inventions”

Russia: Car Wash and Christ the Savior's

Russia: Helping the Homeless in Moscow

Armenia: Yerevan election update

Poland: Hitler and Abortion

Sylwia Presley reviews online reactions to neo-Nazi anti-abortion posters that appeared in several public places in Zielona Gora at the end of April.

Saudi Arabia: Women not allowed

Algeria: Berber, Arabic or French?

Algeria: Countdown to the crackdown

Saudi Arabia: “Why I don't feel like blogging?”

India: Interference in Nepali Affairs

Pakistan: Internally Displaced Persons

India: Why we should vote for independent candidates

DRC: Former child soldiers wait for government to pay

China: Isaac Mao #twinterviews Hu Yong

Thursday afternoon in China, well-known netizen Isaac Mao began interviewing Chinese Internet researcher Hu Yong on Twitter; here is what they twalked about.

USA: Opening Conversations on Sexual and Reproductive Health

Planned Parenthood, a non-profit organization that provides free or inexpensive sexual health services to young men and women in the United States and abroad, has launched a YouTube campaign. The...

Brazil: The Character Assassination of a Presidential Candidate

It seems that Brazilian mainstream media have set aside good journalistic standards when it comes to news stories about President Lula's preferred presidential candidate, Dilma Roussef. This has not been...

Haiti: Senate Elections Explained

Martinique, Guadeloupe: Emancipation Celebrations

Bermuda: Government & the Media

Dominica: Doing vs. Being

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