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4 October 2010

Stories from 4 October 2010

Japan: Economic crisis and demography

Nigeria: Government was warned of bomb blasts in Abuja

Exiled Tibetans Protesting Seizing of Ballot Boxes In Nepal

Angry Tibetans around the world are condemning Nepal’s actions in confiscating their ballot boxes by protesting in front of the Nepalese consulates. In New York, despite the rain, they carried...

Trinidad & Tobago: Media Inaccuracies

Video: French Burqa Ban Protest in Minishorts and Niqab

Bermuda: On the Deficit

Jamaica: Parboosingh, the Pioneer

Morocco: Popular Blog Turns 5

Morocco: What do Moroccan and Djiboutian Education Have in Common?

Nepal's Leadership Vacuum: No End in Sight

Last Friday (October 1, 2010) the ninth bid in Nepal's parliament to elect a Prime Minister failed. This prolongs the country's political crisis which began with the resignation of Prime...

Peru: Mayoral Elections as Seen by Bloggers

On Sunday October 3rd, Peruvian citizens participated in three simultaneous electoral processes for mayoral, district and regional authorities. Additionally, they also voted on a referendum to decide about contributions paid...

Azerbaijan: Violations reported as parliamentary elections approach

As parliamentary elections approach in Azerbaijan, candidates go through the final registration process. However, the process has not been without allegations of violations and the frustration not only of candidates,...

Trinidad & Tobgo: More on CLICO

Mexico Commemorates World Animal Day

Ecuador: The Indelible Images of September 30

Guatemala: Dia del niño, Children's Day, in Antigua

Jamaica: Social Not-working?

Egypt: Kareem Amer's Sentence Ends on November 5

Bahrain: Free Blogger Ali Abdulemam

Morocco: Farewell Nichane

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