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September, 2009

Stories from September, 2009

30 September 2009

Serbia: The Death of a French Football Fan

Brice Taton, a 28-year-old French citizen and a fan of the Toulouse football team, was brutally beaten by fans of the Partizan football team in downtown Belgrade on Sept. 17,...

Nepal: Towards A More Humane Dashain Festival

Nepal's biggest religious festival Dashain is celebrated all around the world by the Nepalese diaspora. This year's Dashain in Nepal was a bit controversial, with animal rights activists calling for...

Georgia: An Azeri Wedding

Japan: Anime Character ‘Masuo-san’ on Twitter

Sazae-san, a comedy chronicling the lives of the fictional Isono family, is one of Japan's longest-running and oldest comic strips and animations. The animated series first aired in 1969 and...

Denmark: International bloggers meet up to think about climate change

Copenhagen hosted the launch event of the European Blogging Competition TH!NK ABOUT IT - Climate Change, bringing together 92 European bloggers, and special guests from Brazil, China, India, Mexico, South...

Barbados: First H1N1 Death

USA: Immigrant Students in National Day of Action

The National Dream Act Day of Action was initiated by the United We DREAM Coalition and was supported by dozens of organizations across university campuses in the USA last week.

Jamaica: Blogging About Climate Change

Trinidad & Tobago: Digging a Hole

Bermuda: Green Party

Jamaica: Children & Violence

Pakistan: Who Is Running The Country?

Bangladesh: The State Of Women

Pakistan: Banned drug available at pharmacies

Sri Lanka: Testimonies Of Detained IDPs

India: 100th Podcast At Indicast

Iraq: Ready for January elections?

Lebanon: How Lebanese is Hummous?

Bahrain: Observations from Dubai

Oman: Lost in The Lost Symbol

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