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4 January 2014

Daily archive · 4 posts

Stories from 4 January 2014

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Let's Talk About Positive Things

We share a selection, chosen by our very own translators, of the most positive news in 2013, or what had the greatest impact on them, following the posts we published.

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Opposition Rallies and Public Gatherings Now Banned in Cambodia

After the dispersal of striking workers in Cambodia, the government has banned Opposition rallies in the capital. Even the public gathering of two persons is now prohibited by the police.

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Why the Opposition is Boycotting the Election in Bangladesh

Most political parties in Bangladesh will not be participating in the upcoming general election. They want a neutral caretaker government to oversee the process.

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154 Elected in Bangladesh Before Any Votes Are Cast

So many parties are boycotting the upcoming general election, that most of the winners have already been decided.

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