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· April, 2005

Stories about Breaking News from April, 2005

28 April 2005

Blogging from Togo – Views of the Post-Election Protests

The post-election situation in Togo is getting increasingly complicated. Faure Gnassingbé, the son of deceased Togolese leader Gnassingbé Eyadema, has claimed victory with 60% of the votes counted in Sunday's...

27 April 2005

Isaac Mao's take on the China protests

Isaac Mao believes theres not more to the anti-Japan protests than just government manipulation: Just in these two days, China gov tighten the control of internet to prevent from any...

26 April 2005

Bahrain Imposes Web Site Registration Requirement; Bloggers Worried

Bahrain's Ministry of Information is requiring all Bahraini Web sites – hosted inside or outside the country – to register with the Ministry. Webmasters will be legally responsible for content...

19 April 2005

How can we promote Chinese-Japanese dialogue online?

Joi Ito has a thoughtful post responding to the anti-Japanese demonstrations in China. An excerpt: As a Japanese who has a great deal of sympathy and empathy for China, what...

18 April 2005

Chinese Bloggers’ Reactions on Recent Anti-Japan Protest

Despite government restrictions, hundreds of blog posts were able to make their way through to the internet, providing a wide range of information and opinions on the Anti-Japanese protests that...

7 April 2005

Isaacmao.com blocked

Isaac at the Harvard Global Voices gathering, photo by Jeff Ooi. As some of our readers have pointed out, Isaac Mao's site – isaacmao.com – is being blocked. Isaac gives...