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8 January 2011

Stories from 8 January 2011

Nepal: Tackling Sport Injuries And Death

Nepal: Energy Potential Not Harnessed

Algeria: 3 killed and Hundred Injured in Protests

Pakistan: Death Of Liberal Thought?

Bhutan: Criminalizing The Use Of Tobacco Stirs Outrage

Starting this month the Bhutanese government has started implementing its draconian “Tobacco Control Act,” which was enacted last year. According to this act, any citizen in defiance can be charged...

Mozambique: Death of an Iconic African Artist, Malangatana

Ghana: Python African Tour comes to Ghana

Kenya: Disband Parliament before they disband everything

Sudan: Northern Sudan is no less “African” than Southern Sudan

Voters in Southern Sudan will vote in a referendum that is mostly likely to split Africa's largest country into two. If Southern Sudan separates, African states will therefore increase from...

Sudan: Follow Southern Sudan Referendum on Twitter

Malawi: MAM's Digital Recording Studio

North Korean official twitter and website hacked

Intense cyber attacks were inflicted between South and North Korea. Sparked by one South Korean net user posting an insulting poem about the Kim family on the North Korean official...

Japan: Firewalking Festival

Thailand: Children's Day

Thailand, Cambodia: Videos before border arrest

North Korean Twitter Account Hacked by S.Koreans

Trinidad & Tobago: Farewell, Sir Ellis

Cuba: Layoffs Begin

Barbados: Mara Thompson Enters Politics

Jamaica, U.S.A.: Effects of Fireworks

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