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9 September 2010

Stories from 9 September 2010

Russia: Tens of Thousands of Muslims Celebrate Uraza Bairam

RuNet Echo

Russia: Pictures of Burnt Villages in Volgograd Region

RuNet Echo

India: No Safeguard Against Misuse Of Law

El Salvador: Gangs Paralyze Transportation for 72 Hours

India: Under-reporting Communal Clashes In Bengal

Nicaragua: Should More Politicians Join Social Networks?

Peru: Controversy Over Legislative Decree 1097 and Human Rights

The enactment of Legislative Decree 1097 by the Executive led to a wave of criticism; Human Rights advocates claim that members of death squads currently in prison and high-level officials...

South Korea: Number One Suicide Country

Bangladesh: Koran Burning Is Unchristian

Cuba: Change the Model

Bahamas: Cemetery Solution?

Trinidad & Tobago: Love vs. Hate

Trinidad & Tobago: Fear Factor

Trinidad & Tobago: Same Old

Cuba: Our Lady's Birthday

Jamaica: Dudus’ Date

China: Activist Chen Guangcheng Released after Serving Full Sentence

Taiwan Without Petrochemical Industry…

What would have happened had petrochemical industry ceased to exist in Taiwan? The Industrial Development Bureau (IDB) under Taiwan's Ministry of Economical Affairs has tried hard to convince Taiwanese citizens...

Guinea Bissau: Reconstructing the Puzzle of Colonial War Memory

Cape Verde: Six Cities Become Twenty Four

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