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31 August 2012

Stories from 31 August 2012

India: Dowry And The Boys

Pakistan: Conflicting Reports in #SaveRimsha Blasphemy Case

The blasphemy law in Pakistan has been the focus of a heated debate yet again, after a minor christian girl named Rimsha was accused of blasphemy and was sent to...

Ukraine: Taras Polataiko's ‘Sleeping Beauty’ Project

Macedonia: Demanding Triumphal Welcome for Paralympics Champion

Sri Lanka: The 3rd Annual #TweetupSL is Tomorrow

Armenia: Ties With Hungary Severed Over Prisoner Row

Following Hungary's release of an Azerbaijani army officer convicted of murdering an Armenian soldier, Armenia has severed diplomatic ties with the Central European country.

Turkmenistan: Hip-Hop Key to Regime Survival

Portuguese, a Global Language?

‘Free’ Kyrgyzstan Marks Independence

Mali: Can Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb Be Stopped?

The solution to the Mali crisis seems to be vanishing as time goes by. It has been five months now that the country has been divided into two parts. Julie...

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