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14 July 2009

Stories from 14 July 2009

Georgia: Controversial online game

Georgia: Nationalist Pop

Syria: Allergic to Religion?

Syria: Ode to Blogging!

Morocco: Changing Nothing and Everything

As summer in the kingdom wears on, bloggers across Morocco all seem to be talking along the theme of change. From the foreign experience in Morocco to the freedom (or...

Turkey: Google Sites Banned?

Iraq: Alcohol in Iraqi Kurdistan

Barbados: Dark Day for Windies

Cuba: Remembering Segundo

Dominica: Tourism Development?

Trinidad & Tobago: Crime Reporting

Malaysia: No to English in Science & Mathematics

No more English in science and mathematics by 2012 in Malaysia. That is the long overdue decision from the Ministry of Education on the policy of teaching science and mathematics...

Barbados: Man Power

Russia: Moscow election posters

Pakistan: Is the proposed E-crime bill a form of Democratic Dictatorship?

Russia: Sources of sectarianism

Russia: Barring appeal to the Court of Europe

Nabucco: Running out of gas

Czech Republic: Sixty percent of Czechs support death penalty

Belarus: The Grünwald pillow battle

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