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24 November 2009

Stories from 24 November 2009

Nepal's Peace Process Faltering

Nepal's fragile peace process is faltering amidst increasing clashes between the Maoists and the government. The Maoists are threatening to go on indefinite strike if their demands are not fulfilled.

Egypt's First Adult Graphic Novel Officially Banned

Magdy El Shafee's adult graphic novel Metro has been banned in Egypt, following a court order. Bloggers and Facebook users react to the decision, which they say is yet another...

UAE bans Talk Show On Request From Pakistan

Sri Lanka: Potentials Of Fishing Industry

Maldives: Child Marriages and Sexual Abuse Laws

Egypt: President Mubarak and the Egyptian Dignity

Egyptian Facebook users continue to discuss the ramifications of the aftermath of the Algeria vs Egypt football final, which saw Algeria qualifying to the World Cup finals in South Africa...

Bhutan: Magazines Without Sponsors

Malawi: President seeking more power

Trinidad & Tobago: CHOGM

Georgia: Why?

Can ICTs aid small-scale farmers?

The Future of ICT for Development

The world's small-scale farmers grow a large amount of food and provide many important jobs in rural areas. However, they do their work at great economic and environmental risk. How...

Jamaica: Celebrated Athletes

Jamaica, Bahamas, U.S.A.: Copyright Options

Trinidad & Tobago: On Sex

India: Prime Minister's US Visit

Slovakia: Mobile Internet Providers Put an End to Internet Neutrality

This month, a second Slovak mobile internet provider has kept its promise and started filtering internet access for its customers. While officially the goal is to block child porn, things...

Ecuador: Technical University in Loja Hosts Campus Congress

The Technical University of Loja, Ecuador will be the host of several days of educational and technological events. One of the organizers is Carlos Correa Loyola, who spoke to Global...

Russia: Mansion of The President Has A Lot To Offer

Japan: Secondhand books to loose yourself in

China: Endless search for distinguished talent

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