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19 May 2009

Stories from 19 May 2009

Bangladesh: Ban Religious Parties?

Bahrain: Activism Widget Generator Launched

Sri Lanka: The Body Of Prabhakaran Creates Controversy

Saudi Arabia: Why domestic violence will continue?

Yemen: A visit to Tarim

Kuwait: On Angels and Demons

Morocco: The Secret to Making Mint Tea

Bahrain: Message to Greedy Dealers: Let them Rust

Jordan: Calling a Spade a Spade in War on Child Abuse

Sri Lanka: Priorities After The War

Bahrain: Possible Pay Rise for MPs

Ecuador: The Legacy of Indigenous Leader Mama Tránsito

Many Ecuadorians are mourning the passing of one of its indigenous leaders, Rosa Elena Tránsito Amaguaña, better known as "Mama Tránsito." Her role in society as an activist and defender...

Paraguay: Skateboarding Day in Asunción

Malawi: Twittering Malawi Elections 2009

Seven candidates are running for president in the fourth presidential elections in Malawi, including the incumbent Bingu wa Mutharika for the Democratic Progressive Party and the main opposition figure John...

Zambia: Live-Blogging a Groundbreaking HIV Discrimination Case

Priti Patel, project lawyer (HIV/Aids) for the Southern Africa Litigation Centre is in Livingstone, Zambia to live-blog a groundbreaking HIV discrimination case in the country.

Haiti: Minimum Wage Increase

Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago: Crop Over

Trinidad & Tobago: Why the Enquiry?

Barbados: Budget Speech Reactions

Jamaica: Dead and Gone…Where?

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