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1 June 2009

Stories from 1 June 2009

Nepal: A fresh start?

After weeks of wrangling among political parties in Nepal, veteran Communist leader and former general secretary of Nepal communist party (United Marxist and Leninist) (CPN UML) Madhav Kumar Nepal was...

Ukraine: Abandoned Village in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

Ukraine: Kyiv Days

A Pakistani Actor In Star Trek

Ukraine: Notes on Museums

Panama: HB Beer Celebrating its 75th Anniversary

Indian Students Under Attack In Australia

Ukraine: Photos of Crimea

Pakistan: The Garage School

Kenya: Do bloggers hold the key to the future of investigative journalism?

As fewer and fewer newspapers commit enough resources, time and manpower to produce in-depth investigative reports, many citizen media enthusiasts seem to suggest that citizen journalists can step in to...

Bahrain: First Tweetup Date Set

Haiti, D.R.: Tensions Erupt

Jamaica: Calabash & the Maroons

Trinidad & Tobago: A Sorry Address

Cuba, U.S.A.: Don't Shoot the Messenger

Jamaica: Justice System

Global Lullabies: The Arrorró Project

Artist Gabriela Golder from Argentina has taken it upon herself to discover, record and collect lullabies from all over the world, and to find connections among them in the Arrorró...

Dubai: At a wedding reception

Kuwait: Impressions of Amman

Togo: Democratic culture

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