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17 March 2011

Stories from 17 March 2011

Pakistan: Sharia Law Saves CIA Agent

India: How To Avoid Writer's Block

Bhutan: The Prime Minister Speaks

Haiti: Winds of Change?

Haiti: Aristide's Return

Pakistani vs. Indian Pressure Cookers

Cuba: The Malecón

Sri Lanka: The Lives In The North

Trinidad & Tobago: What Mothers Do

Cuba: Linares to be Released

The Plights of Pakistani Workers in Bahrain Protests

Bangladeshi Workers Evacuated From Libya Faces Uncertain Future

Haiti: Election Violence Escalates

Election-related violence in Haiti appears to be escalating. As Haitian presidential candidate and legal scholar Mirlande Manigat set out to begin a campaign rally in Mirebalais yesterday, her convoy was...

Russia: Reaching Out to the President

RuNet Echo

Many projects have been recently created in Russia on the basis of crowdsourcing (or user-generated content (UGC)), when information on any particular topic is collected by internet users. Almost each...

Libya: All Eyes on Benghazi (Video)

Benghazi is the Libya's second-largest city and the political heart and rebellious soul of the movement against Libyan dictator Colonel Muammar Al Gaddafi. With once fast-charging rebel forces now under...

China: Day two of salt-buying panic

Japan: Crisis Management PR Lessons from Cabinet Secretary Edano

PR professional Takashi Kurosawa appreciates Cabinet Secretary Edano's style of communication, detailing what he's doing right in the blog post "10 Things We can Learn from Cabinet Secretary Edano from...

Peru: Civic-Mindedness During Election Year

Paraguay: One Laptop for Every Child

Latin America: Getting Ready for President Obama's Trip