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2 May 2008

Stories from 2 May 2008

Russia: Political Cartoons

Hungary: May Day

Ukraine: Political Joke

Kuwait: Activity Filled Week

It was an activity-filled week for Kuwaiti bloggers, who spent time in a shooting range, doing charity work and weighing their options for the parliamentary elections later this month.

Russia: Putin's Legacy

Russia: Ingush Opposition and FSB

Global: The price of food, the cost of despair

The crisis of skyrocketing food prices is affecting all economic groups in every corner of the world. Every day, it seems, high-priced food sends another country lurching through some crisis:...

Serbia: Election Options

Pakistan: A 20-20 cricket league in 2009

Bangladesh: ration for workers vs. profit sharing

Americas: Insufficient Actions and Solutions for Food Crisis

Prices and shortages of food can be seen across Latin America, as many people are becoming desperate with the situation. Blame is being placed on the farmers and blame is...

India: Recipes from Bengal

Nepal: Uncertainty after election

Bahamas, Haiti: Food Challenges

Middle East: Police Meet Workers on May 1

May Day is the day workers around the world rally for better working conditions and higher wages. In the Middle East, bloggers mark the day with posts and photographs reporting...

Angola: Immigration or identity?

Mozambique: Not much to celebrate on the Workers’ Day

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Food Crisis?

Israel Dumping Raw Sewage on Palestinians

Trinidad & Tobago: Not Me and the Monarchy?

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