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5 September 2011

Stories from 5 September 2011

North Korea, Country in a Long Coma

Azerbaijan: Eurovision and visas

Bangladesh, India: Dispute Over Land And Maritime Boundaries

Bangladesh: A Real Reckoning On 1971

Honduras: The Road to Becoming a Top Coffee Producer

Ecuador: ‘Campus Party Quito’ from October 19-23

Uruguay: UN Peacekeeping Troops Allegedly Raped Haitian Man

Blog Carnival: Nicaragua – Migration

Global Voices in Spanish has the pleasure of announcing a new edition of its Blog Carnival. This time we invite bloggers and netizens in or from Nicaragua to participate by...

Sri Lanka: The Hunt For Women Bloggers

Chile: ‘Influential’ Twitter Users Have Lunch With the President

On August 24, Chilean President Sebastian Piñera invited 15 influential Twitter users to have lunch in La Moneda - the presidential place - to hear their opinion and to discuss...

Swaziland: King Mswati Must Go

China: “Free Lunch” for Rural Students via Micro-Donations

To help improve education in rural China, a new project by Guangzhou-based charity activist Liang Shuxin called “Free Lunch” is raising online micro-donations to deliver lunch meals to impoverished school...

Pakistan: Empowering Youth for a Better Tomorrow

Institute of Peace and Secular Studies is a humble, community youth organization in Lahore, Pakistan which aims to empower Pakistani youth and encourage them to face up to today’s challenges...

Brazil: Launch of a Committee for the Palestinian State

Trinidad & Tobago: Road Block Survival Tips

Dominica: On a Single Regional Economy

Trinidad & Tobago: The Government & Social Media

Barbados: Leaked Cable & CL Financial

Guyana: Literary Award Winners

Russia: Digital Graveyard Launched

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