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23 November 2009

Stories from 23 November 2009

Macedonia: Singing Skopjans

An ad hoc choir "Singing Skopjans" performs civic activism through songs, using social media to spread their message.

Brazil: Capoeira on the big screen

Russia: Anti-fascists Mourn Murder of Activist Killed By Neo-Nazis

Sri Lanka: The ‘Dear 16 Year Old’ Meme

Pakistan: Join The Force

India: Wither The Thoughts Of Mumbai Attack?

Kazkahstan: Astana Cycling Team Is Back to Life

Colombia: The Tradition of Arepas in the Afternoon

In Colombia, the time between 3 and 6 pm is usually reserved for coffee or hot chocolate along with the typical arepa or other baked goods. This has become a...

Kyrgyzstan: Prices for utilies are skyrocketing

Turkmenistan: Influenzastan

Uzbekistan: Presidential daughter's self-promotion

Afghanistan: US opens new prison

Afghanistan: Counting the cost of war

Broadband In India: Ideas

Japanese concepts through images and videos

Mongolia: Edurelief project “Laptops for Teachers”

Bangladesh: A Remarkable Export Performance

Afghanistan: UK tends to quit

Uzbekistan: Authorities Free Sanjar Umarov

Kyrgyzstan: A power play beginning?

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