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10 November 2009

Stories from 10 November 2009

Americas: The Mayan Civilization Blog

India: Women Farmers Stand Against Climate Change

Conversations for a Better World

A group of women in India have demonstrated that despite the existing gender inequity and their low economic status, they can become a powerful resource to tackle climate change and...

South Africa: South African national anthem for English speakers

Zimbabwe: Ruling in Deputy Agriculture Minister Designate postponed

Sri Lanka: Support The IDPs

India: Delhi Metro Rail Project Is Not A Solution

Maldives: Girl Slaves

Kenya: Google Adsense paying in Kenyan Shillings

Sri Lanka: Tariff Protection

Liberia: Taylor accuses Britain of transporting arms to Sierra Leone

Bangladesh: DST Woes

Russia: Flashmobbers Connect With Each Other Via USB (photo)

Malawi: Fighting poverty with social enterprise

Cameroon: From “kind” thieves to mobile credit as legal tender

The nearly 20 million inhabitants of Cameroon are facing rising levels of criminality. Bandits even stormed the national headquarters of the police and the Ministry of External Relations (Foreign Affairs)...

Guatemala: Economic Blog by Mario García Lara

Cuba: Of Victims & Violence

Trinidad & Tobago: Steups

Antigua: Sir Stanford?

Trinidad & Tobago: Getting Closer

Bermuda: Young Black Males

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