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April, 2011

Stories from April, 2011

30 April 2011

Brunei: Health Promotion Blueprint

East Timor: Tourism potential

Italy: Initiative in Support of Ai Weiwei

Argentina: Writer Ernesto Sabato Dies at Age 99

Zambia: Live Updates of FAZ AGM

Nigeria: Nigerian Governor on Twitter

South Sudan: Prose/Poetry Magazine for South Sudan

Chad: White Gold Opens Income Stream For Women

India: Kerala’s Debate On Endosulfan

As the debate on the pesticide EndoSulfan is gaining momentum in the Stockholm Convention in Geneva; Kerala, the southern state of India is up in arms online and on the...

Canada: Indigenous Teens Share their Values on Video Contest

Indigenous teens in four different Canadian communities share their hopes, stories and dreams in a series of short videos in "My Space. My Story" where they speak about things that...

29 April 2011

Serbia: Bloggers Discuss Plans to Erect Monument to Late Azeri President

One of Belgrade's nicest parks has recently got renovated - thanks, partially, to a donation of 2 million euros by the Azerbaijani government. The news that has been stirring controversy...

Cuba: Silvio and Pablo

Cuba: Reflection on the Communist Party Congress

Puerto Rico: Puerto Rican Rock Music

India: 3G Mobile Technology And Rural India

Pakistan: We Serve Better Food At Our Weddings

Bahamas: Grasping at Straws?

Barbados: Barrow's Beach

Colombia on Red Alert After Heavy Rains

Colombia is on red alert due to heavy rains. Residents of 28 departments suffer extreme hardship: flooding, landslides and sudden increase in rivers and streams have left more than three...

Zambia: President's Son Threatens Journalist

A senior Zambia journalist recently received threats from the son of the Zambian president Rupiah Banda, James, following a story that appeared on the Zambian Watchdog, a leading investigative journalism...

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