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17 May 2009

Stories from 17 May 2009

Morocco: On the Motorbike

Morocco: Swine Flu & the Economy

China: Netizens stand with the waitress who killed an official

Deng Yujiao, a waitress in Hubei Province stabbed an official to death and injured another in resisting their sexual advances. Comments on the internet showed no sympathy with the dead...

Japan: Hatoyama is the next DPJ leader

Peru: Launch of New “Contenidos Locales” Site

Japan: Ueno as a World Heritage site

Mexico: Using the Word “Joven”

Singapore: Youth Olympic Games

Manifiesto de las Comunidades de Internautas de Bolivia | Palabras Libres

Indian Elections 2009: The Final Results

Lao dialects

Vietnam: Bloggers under attack

Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar: A Year After

A deadly cyclone hit Myanmar’s southern Irrawaddy delta in May 2008 which affected more than 2 million people. A year after the Cyclone Nargis tragedy, survivors are still suffering while...

Disabled Congolese Find Ways to Thrive

In the Democratic Republic of Congo, life for the disabled or physically impaired is wrought with difficulties. With no state support and few employment prospects, individuals with disabilities face numerous...

Europe: Alexander Rybak

Latvia: Baltic Pride March

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