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· December, 2006

Stories about Freedom of Speech from December, 2006

Iran:The Jailed Iranian Christian Converts

Iran:Kianoosh Sanjari is Out of Jail

The Blogoma backs Nichane while the major Moroccan Media ignore it

Morocco is celebrating Eid ul Adha next Sunday, so Merry Eid from the Moroccan Blogosphere(Blogoma). Let's joke about…Baby! The controversy over Nichane continues its escalation. Actually, and according to Farid...

Serbia, USA: What Serbs Think About America

In his blog post called “America is shaking”, Neven Andjelic shares his opinion on the United States (SRP): This big country is shaking. A number of events have caused the...

Russia: Nazism and Anti-Fascism

Poland: Offensive E-Cards

Hungary: 2006 Politics Review

Bulgaria, Libya: Tripoli Six Death Sentence

Iran:A blogger shares her feeling about her filtered blog

Bermuda: Poison comment debate

Russia: Litvinovich on Beslan Report

Iran: Interview with Omid Memarian, Blogger and Human Rights Activist

Omid Memarian is a journalist and blogger, well known in Iran for his news analysis, regular columns and blogs in English and Persian. In October 2004 Omid was arrested, along...

GV Summit Delhi ‘06 Session Two: Outreach

At the Saturday meeting of last weekend's second annual summit, Global Voices’ South Asia editor, Neha Viswanathan, facilitated a discussion about outreach: who is blogging, why some communities aren't blogging...

Russia: Arkhangelsk Mayor For President

Iran: The word “women” is no more filtered

Bermuda: Joke about Premier turns serious

Anguilla: Convention vs. Corruption

Hong Kong: blogger alliance against Star Ferry demolition

Arabisc: Moroccan Authorities Lack Humour, says Blogger

In Morocco, a newspaper is being sued for publishing an article on jokes which Moroccans enjoy. Blogger Hjiouij thinks its not discussing religious issues that the authorities object to in...

Iran:Iranian President talks about Student Protest

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