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11 February 2010

Stories from 11 February 2010

Haiti: Why All The Stories About Orphans?

A month after a seven-point earthquake destroyed much of southern Haiti, the fate of children, and particularly orphans, has become the main story in many corners. But Haitian voices on...

Mexico: Monarch Butterfly Migration in the Americas

Between Mexico, Northern United States, and Canada the migration of the monarch butterfly has astonished residents and tourists dating back to ancient times, and have played an important part in...

USA: Undocumented Students Begin Week of Action on February 22

During the week of February 22, supporters of the DREAM Act -- a proposed federal bill that could assist more than 65,000 undocumented students to obtain a pathway to legal...

China: Twitter revolution

Haiti: Aristide as an Ally

Suriname: Going Classical

Trinidad & Tobago, Haiti: Preparing for an Earthquake

Trinidad & Tobago: “The Garden Want Water”

Jamaica: Prison Riot

Iran: Clashes in Tehran

Pakistan: The Taliban Succession

Japan: Guide to Tokyo Gallery Geography

India: Paypal Trouble

Bangladesh: Bangla Spell Checker Add-on For Firefox

Iran: Demonstration in Isfahan

India And Apple

Iran: Protesters ask for referendum

China: The end of 32-year-long football “Korea-phobia”?

China’s football (soccer) team beat South Korea by 3-0 in the East Asian Men’s Football Championship in Tokyo on Wednesday. The victory created a storm of euphoria among China’s sports...

Australia: Climate Change Election a Step Closer

Even before the Copenhagen Climate Change conference the Australian Opposition parties had dumped their support for a Cap and Trade scheme and their leader Malcolm Turnbull. Last week new Liberal...

Japan: When forced confessions lead justice astray

The recent Ashikaga case [en] saw a man acquitted after serving 17 years in prison after being convicted of murdering a child because of inaccurate DNA tests. It has once...

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