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18 August 2011

Stories from 18 August 2011

Slovenia: Former PM Andrej Bajuk Dies

Hungary: Economic Crisis

Libya: Anxiety and Hope as Revolutionaries Edge their Way to Tripoli

As Libya's revolutionaries edge their way towards the capital Tripoli, Libyans share their hopes and anxiety on Twitter. Here is part of the conversation being tweeted tonight.

Lebanon: Special Tribunal Unseals Indictment

Egypt: A Cultural Revolution

Algeria: Not Arab Revolutions

Kuwait: Fined for Bad Breath

Bahrain: The Plight of Unfairly Dismissed Employees

Egypt: Assad's Massacres Continue in Ramadan

Egypt: Graffiti War Continues

Chile: Indigenous People's Education and Chilean Law

Uruguay: The State's Role in Financing the National Football Team

Cuba: The Life of an Exile

Bermuda: BAD Call to Boycott

Cuba: From the Mouths of Las Damas

Belize: Breakfast Fare

Chile: Live Streaming of August 18 March for Education Reform

Jamaica: Harmony with Nature

World: Write a blog post and win up to 3,000 Euros

Russia: Alcohol Consumption Down

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