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5 July 2009

Stories from 5 July 2009

Armenia-Azerbaijan: Teenage bloggers meet

Iraq – Sovereignty?

"It is like deja-vu all over again. How many times will the media declare Iraqi Sovereignty and us bloggers are expected to stand up and respectfully applaud?" writes Salam Adil...

Uruguay: One Year Anniversary of Knitting Club

Paraguay: The Passing of “Píter”

Paraguay: Health Park in Asunción

Azerbaijan: Canine reflections

Scary Azeri in Suburbs features a special guest post from her Baku-born Rottweiler who compares life as a dog in the United Kingdom with that of Azerbaijan.

Azerbaijan: Alphabet(s)

Armenia: Rock ‘n Roll kitchen

Israel: Keeping Cool in the Jerusalem Heat

Palestine: Dealing With Settler Attacks

Bahrain: A Different Version Of Events

Brazil: The Navigation System for Visually Impaired People

Japan: Amano elected as IAEA chief, some doubts

Japan: Eight endangered languages in the Japanese archipelago

In February UNESCO presented the Atlas of the World's Languages in Danger, giving an accurate and worrying description of the languages considered endangered (about 2,500). Among these eight belong to...

Armenia: Fugitive newspaper editor detained, starts tweeting

Armenia: Georgian controversy

Brazil: Coffee and Milk, or Water and Vinegar?

Iran: Stand by me

India: Rain In Mumbai

Iran:The head of Judiciary targets hostile websites

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