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10 September 2010

Stories from 10 September 2010

Russia: Wheat Export Ban Triggers Worldwide Panic

A new Russian ban on grain exports, including wheat, has created a panic over how the move will impact wheat prices and food security. Russia is among the world's top...

Angola: Journalist Killed for Unclear Motive

Mexico: Third Murdered Mayor Raises Questions About Spreading Drug Violence

El Salvador: A Festival of Lanterns Amid Gang Threats

Venezuela: Will the Economy Really Improve?

Ghana: Cassave peeler and sweet sleeping child

Kenya: PayPal Users Can Now Receive Money

D.R of Congo: Why are peacekeepers so bad at protecting civilians?

Zimbabwe: Mugabe Must Go Now

D.R of Congo: Kabila's dislike for large diplomatic gatherings

Ghana: Andikra Cloth Symbols

China and Japan: Reactions on Chinese Fishing Boat Captain Arrested by Japanese

Azerbaijan: Opposition bloc unveiled

South Korea: Daughter's Hire Sparks Public Outrage

It is disturbing but universal fact of life. People from the priviledged class get a fancy job easily. In South Korea, a recent hiring of the Foreign Minister’s daughter into...

Asia: Videos on Drug Abuse and Detention Centers

Drug abuse detention centers in Asia are in the spotlight. Although some Asian drug addicts go in voluntarily to kick their habit, in some places, this has led to routine...

Brazil: The Political Spectrum of Narcotics

Azerbaijan: Ramadan in Sheki

Brazil: Independence Day and East Timorese Self Determination

Ecuador: Citizens Attempt to Remove President Rafael Correa from Office

Through the web, using YouTube and his blog, journalist Carlos Vera has spread his plan to constitutionally remove President Rafael Correa from office. Other bloggers have also given their opinion...

Nigeria: Corruption and Politics in Football Elections

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