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11 September 2011

Stories from 11 September 2011

Pakistan: Rain In Karachi

Bulgaria: Ruling Party Uses Children's Holiday Posters in Election Campaign

Ukraine, Russia: “A New Stage in the Gas War”

Bangladesh, India: Hasina-Manmahon Summit – A Post-dated Review

Bangladesh: Human Trafficking – A Modern Slavery

India, Bangladesh: Agreements Between Both The Countries

Peru: ‘Mistura’ Gastronomic Festival Kicks Off

Peruvians are very proud of their cuisine. When living abroad, they often say the thing they miss the most is the food. From September 9-18, the country will celebrate Peruvian...

Iran: Photos from a Candlelight Vigil for 9/11 Victims

Denmark: No Voting Rights for Danes Abroad

Arab World: Remembering September 11

Twitter users from across the Arab world paid tribute to the 3,000 victims of September 11 as the world recalled the horrors committed by Al Qaeda terrorists who flew four...

Guatemala: Following the General Election

Today, September 11, 2011, Guatemalan citizens will elect local, municipal, legislative and executive authorities. Hundreds are working from early in the morning until midnight to make democracy a reality. Although...

USA: Amnesty Campaign to Save Death Row Inmate Troy Davis

Cote d'Ivoire: Ending the Culture of Corruption

South Korea: Google Raided Over Alleged Antitrust Violations

Google's South Korea offices have been raided by Korean regulators for a third time on September 6, 2011, over alleged antitrust violations. The raid has reignited numerous debates online about...

United States: Latino Perspectives on the Anniversary of 9/11

This year marks the 10th anniversay of the attacks on New York and Washington that changed the course of history. While the media remembers the victims and this decisive moment...

Kyrgyzstan: 83 Candidates Register for Presidential Elections

Kyrgyzstan, famous for its political unrest, will have a presidential election in October 2011. No fewer than 83 Kyrgyz citizens have registered to participate in the race for the presidency....

India: Lax Security at Chandigarh Railway Station

India: A Magazine For Chakma Community

Azerbaijan: Caspian Dreaming…

Japan: The Case of an Exposed Online Pseudonym

The sudden shutdown of "Diary of an ex-NEET who works overseas", a popular anonymous blog that criticized Japanese working ethics, has spurred discussion about anonymous activity on the Internet.

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