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21 July 2010

Stories from 21 July 2010

Benin: Interior Ministry Repudiates Wolosso Dance Before His Dismissal

Morocco: A Young Blogger Greets the World

Salma started blogging at the age of six to keep in touch with friends and family. Under the supervision of her parents, this young Moroccan blogger likes writing short stories...

Egypt: Television's 50th Anniversary

Armenia-Azerbaijan: There is only humanity…

India: Sexual Assault Prevention Tips

Botswana: Court denies Bushmen access to water

Kenya: The Kenyan driving experience

Somaliland ready to join international community

Sri Lanka: A Militarized State

Guyana: Party or Country?

Nepal: Madesh Parties Boycott Elections

Jamaica: Reggae Time

Jamaica: Abuse of Power?

Trinidad & Tobago: Colourful

USA Internet Governance Forum Meets Today

Trinidad & Tobago: Housing Policy

South Korea: A National Mourning on A Vietnamese Bride's Death

A young Vietnamese bride was killed by her Korean husband in Korea. Korean bloggers express their condolences to the tragic death of a young wife while urging the government to...

Bangldesh: What Youth Think About Mobile Phones

Maldives: Romance with Democracy at Stake

On June 29, 2010, the whole Cabinet of the government of the Maldives submitted their resignation. Thus began a highly politicized drama in the Maldives; one that threatens the country’s...

Kazakhstan: Bloggers see China’s “weaponless invasion”

Posts about China-related topics are quite frequent in the Kazakh language blogs. Here are some of them, the most recent ones.