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4 June 2009

Stories from 4 June 2009

Russia: The Programmer's Day

Russia: Google Squared Declares Medvedev Dead

Ukraine: Eyewitness Accounts of Crimean Tatar Deportation

Russia: Tornado Near Moscow

Pakistan: The Realities Of The War With Taliban

Sri Lanka: A Virtual Eelam For Tamils

Liberia: Miss Grand Bass County wins Miss Liberia 2009

Liberia: Connecting Liberian at home and abroad

Kenya: Kenyan photographer banned on Facebook for “controversial” statements

Africa: Interested in African Wildlife? Ask Erin

Bangladesh: Unicode Font In Bangla Newspapers

D.R. of Congo: First field visit after the war

India: Reaction To The Obama Speech To The Muslim World

Vietnam: Saigon Digital Marketing Conference

Sri Lanka: A Suppressed Nation

Access to many Sri Lankan IDP camps are still limited to the international journalists and aid workers and the information are suppressed. So it is hard to hear the voices...

Myanmar: Collapse of an Ancient Pagoda

An ancient pagoda in Myanmar collapsed while it was going under renovation, killing at least 5 people. The 180-foot Danoke Pagoda in Yangon Division was originally damaged during Cyclone Nargis...

Cuba, USA: OAS Says “Yes”

After 47 years, the Organization of American States has lifted its ban on Cuba's admission from the group, with most member states restoring ties with the island nation. The United...

Israel: Obama focused on things with unite, not divide

Jordan: Reactions to Obama's Speech

Jordan: Angry at Commercial Shoot

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