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· October, 2005

Stories about Breaking News from October, 2005

India, Pakistan: Kashmir Border Opened to Aid Quake Victims

India, Pakistan: Kashmir Border Opened to Aid Quake Victims

India: Bomb Blasts In Delhi

India: Bomb Blasts In Delhi

Pakistan: Emergency/Broadcast Radio for Quake Survivors Urgently Needed

Pakistan: Emergency/Broadcast Radio for Quake Survivors Urgently Needed

Iran: Blogger in Jail

Pakistan: Shelter for earthquake victims

Pakistan: Shelter for earthquake victims

Lebanese and Syrian Bloggers Early Reaction to Mehlis Report

The Lebanese Blogger Forum came to this Conclusion: There is probable cause to believe that the decision to assassinate former Prime Minister, Rafik Hariri, could not have been taken without...

Mexico: Hurricane Wilma Approaches

Saddam's Trial Roundup

Saddam's trial was a breaking news of the day, here is quick roundup. Some for the trial, others against. Some emotionally, others legally. Akba of IRAQ RISING says: I don't...

Tunisia: Hunger Strike and Censorship

Neila Charchour Hachicha writes that the PLM’s web site, which was the unique political website accessible in Tunisia has been censored today. “However we want you to get the declaration...

Trinidad and Tobago: Yet Another Bomb Blast

Hurricane Stan Update from Oscar Mota

I just got done instant messaging with Oscar Mota who has been covering hurricane Stan's destruction on Guatemala at DesdeGuate.com from his home in Guatemala City. What follows are translated...

South Asia: Initial reactions to the Earthquake

South Asia: Initial reactions to the Earthquake

Singapore: Blogger jailed for posting racist remarks

Two Singaporeans accused of posting racist remarks online have been sentenced to jail today, reports ChannelNewsAsia tonight. Benjamin Koh Seng Huat, 28, was sentenced to one month's jail, and separately,...

Saudi Arabia Blocks Blogger and Flickr, Again

Two days ago, the Internet Services Unit (ISU) at King Abdul-Aziz City for Science and Technology (KACST), the governing body of the internet in Saudi Arabia, have blocked Blogger, denying...

Tunisian online protest blocked

As Tunisia prepares to host the controversial World Summit on the Information Society in November, Tunisian opposition activist Neila Charchour Hachicha informs Global Voices that the online freedom of speech...

Bali bombings 2: Suicide bombers captured on camera

Indonesian bloggers reacted almost instantly hearing the news of another bombs explodes in Bali. Google Blogsearch recorded 157 blogs in Indonesian language posting about Bali Bombing on 1st October just...

Bali bombings: Bloggers respond

Bali Blog has an eyewitness account from a man named Nick who was not far from the blast. Javajive (written by an American living in Java) says Indonesian TV has...

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