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5 August 2010

Stories from 5 August 2010

Haiti: Saying “No” to Monsanto

Monsanto has been a controversial company for some years now, mainly because it is a major producer of genetically modified seed (reportedly selling as much as 90% of the genetically...

India: Letting Go of Kashmir

Bangladesh: Road To A Secular Nation?

Indians In Singapore

Brazil: Last day on protest by tribe trying to prove its existence

Sri Lanka: Partially Accessible In Sri Lanka

India: The Assam Conflict And The Role Of The Press

Pakistan: Anger Mounts At President's Apathy

As Pakistan is hit by the most devastating floods in over 80 years and is marred by rising violence in the country's metropolitan hub, bloggers vent their anger and frustration...

Bangladesh: Visitors Share Their Thoughts On Grameen Ventures

This summer, eight students and faculty members from the Master of Public Administration program of the Northern Kentucky University in Kentucky, USA are completing an internship at Grameen Bank in...

Russia: Pro-Kremlin Youth Movements Allegedly Forge Photos

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Kenya: Welcome to Kenya 2.0

Kenyans have decided. Kenyan citizens have overwhelmingly voted "Yes" in Kenya's referendum on a new constitution. Leaders of the "No" camp have admitted defeat. Bloggers are celebrating and welcoming the...

Cuba: Gallo's Garden

Anguilla: On Corruption

Revisiting Vietnam's “hot bloggers”

Thailand: 14th Thai Short Film & Video Festival

Jamaica: Managing Dengue

Laos: Where are the locally-made garments?

Laos: Protecting the tiger population

Indonesia: Labour rights violations

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