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17 August 2010

Stories from 17 August 2010

Soviet History: “What Stalin Said About Hiroshima”

Jamaica: R.I.P. Seya

Cuba: About the Law

Jamaica: Art About Dudus

Haiti: Reparation?

Jamaica: Garvey's Birthday

Morocco: The Ramadan Diaries

As the month of Ramadan begins, Moroccans share thoughts, reflections...even recipes. Jillian York has the story.

Bhutan: Civil Service Examination Needs Revision

Maldives: Homosexuality Criminalized

Google assists Pakistan flood relief efforts

Jordan: Reema, We Refuse to Let You Die in Vain

A 35-year old mother of three was shot by her husband during her sleep in Jordan. The reason for this murder? Her husband believes that his wife was a "victim...

India: Monitoring traffic violations on Facebook

A new initiative by the Delhi Traffic Police is highlighting questions of citizen engagement and government use of social media in India.

Liberia/Mexico: Mexico Vs Liberia: An informal comparison

Africa: Putting arts and culture on SADC's agenda

Zambia: The Attorney General Vs Dr. Frederick Chiluba

Sierra Leone: Sierra Leonean Kansas City Wizards soccer star

Malawi: Man with no hands and disabled legs repairs radios

Somaliland: Challenge for openly gay president

Chad: Ten places to visit in Chad

South Korea: Shrewder Commercials As Viewers Get Smarter

In South Korea, an indirect type of commercial was apppeared in the country's largest network's prime time news. It was a netizen who caught it, proving once again that the...

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