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· May, 2007

Stories about Breaking News from May, 2007

Kuwait: Loose Lion

Lebanon: Fighting Toll

Lebanon: Fighting Continues for Third Day

Lebanon: Fighting Update

Lebanon: Attrition War

D. R. Congo: Park Rangers Attacked, Flying over Katanga, Music meets Social Activism, and Ants 2 – Brian 0

Access to the Internet in the Democratic Republic of Congo is gradually improving (World Bank figures suggest there are already over 6 million users), but will remain prohibitively expensive as...

Lebanon: Violent Clashes and an Explosion

The clashes between the Lebanese army and the organization of Fatah al Islam, as well as the explosion in Ashrafieh (Beirut), took precedence over all other news and blog posts...

Bukavu on the Congolese-Rwandan border: A city at the crossroads of conflict

Kakaluigi, a foreign missionary who has lived in the eastern region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) for 35 years describes a feeling of apprehension about the future...

Lebanon: Updates on Clashes between Army and Fatah el Islami

Lebanon:Clashes between Army and Fath Al-Islam in North

Kazakhstan: A President for Life

On 18 May the Parliament of Kazakhstan adopted the changes into the Constitution in the second reading. According to one of the amendments, the first president of Kazakhstan will no...

China: Citizen blogger treading new ground?

With all the hype and money behind web 2.0 citizen media in America, is it possible that one young Chinese vegetable farmer has been able to make more gains more...

Morocco's first English-language newspaper

Kenya: Presidential debate to stream online

Earthquake in Laos, Felt in Thailand

A 6.1 magnitude earthquake struck north western Laos on Wednesday afternoon. There are only a handful of bloggers inside Laos and no one has talked about the quake as of...

Egypt must release bloggers before UN Rights Council elections

Syria: A Challenger to Assad's Presidency

Arabeyes: Muslim-Coptic Clashes in Egypt

Sectarian strife rocked the quiet Egyptian village of Bahma in Giza on Friday over alleged plans to open a new church. Blogger Nora Younis (Ar) tells us what happened and...

Hong Kong: PLA berth at City Center

Egypt: The Bahma Clashes

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