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24 May 2010

Stories from 24 May 2010

Caucasus: Eurovision girl power

Caucasus: Eurovision Social Media

With the first semi-final in this year's Eurovision Song Contest due to take place tomorrow, activity on blogs, social media networks and micro-blogging sites in support of entrants from Armenia,...

Russia: Moscow Government Abandons Social Media

Bhutan: Why Is It Important For A Politician To Blog?

Trinidad & Tobago: Election Graffiti

Bangladesh: The First Bangladeshi Conquers Everest

Jamaica: Don't Worry

Trinidad & Tobago: People's Party Position

Nepal: Why Not To Fear The Maoists?

Trinidad & Tobago: Ways of Voting

India: River Bath Festivals

Bermuda: Happy Bermuda Day!

Jamaica: State of Emergency

Things are starting to unravel in Jamaica, as the drug money link between dons and politicians, starts to get the media attention it deserves. The United States want Christopher ‘Dudus’...

Peru: Schoolgirl Questions US First Lady About Immigration Reform

During a recent visit to a Maryland school, US First Lady Michelle Obama received a question from a schoolgirl of Peruvian descent, who asked why people without immigration papers were...

Guinea-Bissau: Political Situation still Unstable

Eto'o's Success Lifting Cameroon ‘s Hope

After the success of his Italian club Inter Milan in the UEFA European Champions League, Cameroonian football star Samuel Eto'o is the toast of the town and his country. Cameroonian...

Iran: “We are unemployed”

Bahrain: The Nazi is Coming

Japan: 1300 years in the making, celebration in Nara

While both culturally and physically a long ways from the modern capital of Tokyo, tracing back well over a thousand years into Japanese history one comes across Nara, a quiet,...

Egypt: Fat7enha Forga Launched

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