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19 October 2009

Stories from 19 October 2009

Argentina: Travelcamp Buenos Aires 2009

Honduras: Miracle Qualification to World Cup

Armenia: Oligarch's staff allegedly implicated in animal cruelty scandal

Facebook users today posted links to a video shot at what is alleged to be the private zoo of a local oligarch and MP. No stranger to controversy, the latest...

Trinidad & Tobago: Who's to Blame?

India: The Way Festivals Are Celebrated Now

Trinidad & Tobago: Open Content

Suriname: Personal History

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Yes or No

Jamaica: Change Takes Time

Little Bangladesh In Los Angeles

Ghana: Blog Action Day ’09

On Blog Action Day, Ghanaians interrogated world leaders, took issue with World Bank papers, introduced new web sites and wondered why there was so little discussion about climate change in...

Maldives: Photos Of Underwater Cabinet Meeting

Japan: Urban renaissance

Bangladesh: No Business Channel

Pakistan: The Strategy To Win Against The Attackers

Mongolia: Only Mongolians Can Protect Mongolian Rangelands

China: Fisherman buys newspaper Ad to thank government

China: Does Internet matter?

United Kingdom: ‘Super injunction’ lifted on Côte d'Ivoire waste dumping report

Trafigura, the British oil trader, has finally released The Guardian newspaper from a secret injunction preventing it from reporting the so-called Minton Report, after an extraordinary week of online activity.

Russia: Election Fraud and Blogging

Reports of vote-rigging in the local elections, which took place in 75 of Russia’s 83 regions on Oct. 11, spurred protests by citizens and politicians in Moscow - and quite...