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28 February 2012

Stories from 28 February 2012

Sri Lanka: Abductions On The Rise In Sri Lanka

Pakistan: Congratulating Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy

India: Cheap Tablet, Unaffordable Mistake

Trinidad & Tobago: Carnival is My Time

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Palestine: “Diwan Ghazza” and the Gaza Book Club

Yasmeen El Khoudary introduces an initiative by young bloggers in Gaza called Diwan Ghazza, and the Gaza Book Club.

Cuba: Dialogue with the Opposition?

Jamaica: Inmate Beatings

St. Lucia, Trinidad & Tobago: Priestly Poetry & A New Literature Partnership

Syria: Injured French Journalist Edith Bouvier Still Trapped in Besieged Homs

Le Figaro's Edith Bouvier and British photographer Paul Conroy, managed to survive the attack that killed two journalists in Homs, Syria. Conroy has since made it out but Bouvier remains...

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