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15 October 2009

Stories from 15 October 2009

Bolivia: Diversity of its Image Abroad

Greek Posts on Blog Action Day '09

This year's Blog Action Day was aimed at raising awareness about climate change. More than 150 Greek bloggers registered to participate.

Reading the world on Blog Action Day

More than 9000 bloggers are devoting a post to climate change today as part of Blog Action Day, an annual initiative started by Change.org to unite the world's bloggers in...

Bahamas: Crimes Against Tourists

India: Pedal For Rights And Climate Change Awareness

Pakistan: Attacks In Lahore

Sri Lanka: Anonymity For The Scribes

Bangladesh: Article On War Criminals Censored

Trinidad & Tobago: Celebrations

Trinidad & Tobago: Set Up?

Caribbean: Celebrity Twitter

Turks & Caicos: Hail To The Chief

Trinidad & Tobago: Media & the People

How the recession has affected motherhood

Conversations for a Better World

When the economies of world plummeted late last year, that “motherhood” would be a victim of the spiraling trend might not have been foremost in the minds of most. However,...

Cuba: Blog Marks First Anniversary

Jamaica: Buju Meets With Gays

Safeguarding the world's cultural heritage

Many organisations working to preserve global cultural heritage - both tangible and intangible - have been using online media to support their efforts.

Puerto Rico: The National Strike (update)

Early this morning thousands of people began to flood the main avenues and highways of San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, as part of the national strike that aims...

Nepal: Bio-gas Revolution

In Nepal almost 87% of households depend on firewood as the primary energy source. However Biogas plants are emerging in Nepal in great numbers starting a green revolution.

USA: Native Americans exploitation in Sedona ‘sweat lodge’ deaths

Two people died and 19 were treated in hospital after attending a "Spiritual Warrior" sweat lodge session organized by self-help expert James Arthur Ray. Bloggers discuss the misappropriation of Native...

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