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27 July 2011

Stories from 27 July 2011

Belarus: Overview of Political and Economic Situation

Colombia: Dancing Police Welcome Soccer Players

In Medellin, Colombia, police officers welcomed England's U-20 soccer players at the airport with a dance, making a good impression on visitors but raising concerns on security for some locals.

Bhutan: Tour De Bhutan

Mexico: 17 Dead After Jail Riot in Ciudad Juárez

Sri Lanka: One Million Users On Facebook

Nepal: Bloggers Sign Code of Ethics

Colombia: Singer Joe Arroyo Dies

Colombian salsa singer Álvaro José Arroyo González, better known as Joe Arroyo, passed away on July 26 in Barranquilla. On Twitter, blogs and websites his fans reacted to the news...

Jamaica: Public Outbursts from Diasporan Women

Cuba: Tired July 26 Celebrations?

Jamaica: An Anime Nation to be Reckoned With

Bermuda: Waiting in Vain for PATI

Jamaica: Unimpressed with Minaj

Russia: Policeman that Promised to “Rob and Kill” Dismissed

Russia: While LiveJournal Experiences DDoS Attack (Again), Users to Twitter and Facebook

Angola: Bloggers Meet Rappers for a Socially Responsible Soccer Match

China: Double Frontage

China: Chengguan kill handicapped street vendor in daylight

South Korea: Tweet Photos of Downpour

China: Ministry of Railways

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