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19 April 2011

Stories from 19 April 2011

Sri Lanka: UN Panel Report Causes An Uproar

An United Nations (UN) advisory panel, led by former Indonesian Atty. Gen. Marzuki Darusman, has submitted a report to the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, in which they find credible evidence...

Nicaragua: Holy Week in the Countryside

Bolivia: Sharing a Meal with Aymara Women

Pakistan: Deaf And Dumb Policy On Balochistan

India: Higher Education, An Opportunity Lost

Bermuda: Doing Less With More

Trinidad & Tobago: Autism Awareness

Haiti: The Democratic Process

Trinidad & Tobago: Problem or Solution?

Cuba: Reaching the Limit

Pakistan: In Support Of The Burqa Ban

St. Lucia: Cricket – Symbol of Wider Malaise?

Barbados: Hot Cross Buns

Jamaica: Patwa

Brazil: Satire of Middle Class Problems

Brazil/Japan: Bridge Blogging Post-Earthquake News

Bhutan: What's Good With The Facebook Ban At Office?

India: Dr. Binayak Sen Is Free

Kenyans Continue to Dominate International Marathons

Kenyans continue to dominate major international marathons. Kenyan runners won both London and Boston marathons. Blogger Dave Solomon criticizes IAAF's decision to deny Kenya's Geoffrey Mutai the distinction of running...

Syria: Emergency Law Lifted as Protests Continue

There were mixed feelings in Syria today as President Bashar Al-Assad announced an end to the emergency law that has been in place in the country since 1963. The country...

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