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9 July 2010

Stories from 9 July 2010

Peru: Emergency in Huancavelica Caused by Mine Tailings

The Opamayo River in the Huancavelica region was contaminated with mine tailings when a deposit suddenly yielded and its contents spilled on the waters of the river, which is already...

Nigeria: Who changed the President's mind— Facebook or FIFA?

After receiving hundreds of comments on his Facebook page, Nigeria's President reversed a controversial suspension of the country's national football team. But was the President's change of heart really a...

India: Delhi Wall Project

Sri Lanka: Fast Unto Death Campaign

Nepal: Prachanda Cannnot Be Prime Minister

Haiti: World Cup Passion

African Soldiers on the Champs Elysees on Bastille Day

France's invitation to the armed forces of former colonies to join the parade on the Champs Elysees on July 14 is a subject of great controversy among African bloggers. Many...

Jamaica: Bolt Does It Again

Trinidad & Tobago: Undeserving?

Cuba: Hunger Striker Ends Protest

Jamaica: After Dudus

Russia-USA: Death of a defected spy

Estonia: Sangaste castle

South Africa: Extraordinary masquerades as ordinary

Rwanda: Remembering Jean-Léonard Rugambage

Croatia: EU and the Euro

Uganda: Hive Colab launched

South Africa: Follow Highway Africa Online

Somaliland: Elections in Hargeisa

Hong Kong: One frequency three radio channels

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