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3 February 2010

Stories from 3 February 2010

Paraguay: Footballer Salvador Cabañas Recovering After Shooting

In the early morning of January 25, Paraguayan footballer Salvador Cabañas was shot in the head during an altercation in a Mexico City bar bathroom. Although he is slowly recovering,...

On Indo-Bangla Relations

Nepal: Gulf Returnees

Sri Lanka: Reason For Rajapaksa's Landslide Victory

Pakistan: How Not To Be Hacked

Pakistan: Economic Performance Between 2001 and 2008

Talking to Trinidadian journalist and blogger Andre Bagoo

An interview with Trinidadian journalist Andre Bagoo, who writes hard-hitting political coverage for the daily press, and innovative, wide-ranging cultural commentary on his blog PLEASURE.

Trinidad & Tobago: Common Courtesy

Trinidad & Tobago: Judge & Jury

Trinidad & Tobago: Local Rasputin?

A ‘climate of fear’ at the Thai-Burma border

Conversations for a Better World

Between 1.5-2 million Burmese refugees live in Thailand. For many reasons, this young, traumatized population knows little about reproductive health, which underscores the need for peer health educators and improvements...

Cuba: Identifying with Mandela

As Liberia stabilizes, youth begin to talk about sex

Conversations for a Better World

As Liberia continues to emerge from its horrific civil war, many fear the combination of extreme poverty and risky sexual decisions will increase the country's HIV/AIDS rate and the number...

St. Lucia, Jamaica: Commonwealth Writers

Taiwan: Studying in a doctoral program

Russia: Threat to dispose of parliamentary chairman

Bosnia: Croats call for secessionist referendum?

Japan: For a military base-free Okinawa

China: Race and racial conflicts

Costa Rica: Online Videos add Humor to Presidential Elections

The Costa Rican Presidential elections are this Sunday and through videos, many Costa Ricans are expressing their concerns regarding the candidates and the future of their country through parody and...

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