Stories about Farsi from October, 2011
Several Iranian bloggers joined Libyans in celebration on Thursday, after longtime Libyan dictator Moammar Gaddafi was killed. Some bloggers longed for the end of dictatorship in Iran, as they shared in Libyan joy for a liberated country.
See the history of Iranian women's dress and clothing in Iran for 25 centuries in photos at rounash.com [fa].
Accusations of an Iranian plot to assassinate Saudi Arabia's ambassador in the United States has captured the front page of websites and newspapers around the world. Iranian blogger opinions on this “stranger than fiction” story are diverse as ever.
Seven million Cameroonian voters were called to elect their next president on October 9, 2011. However, the question of the abstention seems to be the great winner of this ballot, in particular that of Cameroonians living abroad. Julie Owono reports.
The recent suicide of two associates of an imprisoned Iranian human rights activist has captured the attention of Iranian bloggers. The International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran is calling for an immediate investigation.