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· April, 2007

Stories about Humanitarian Response from April, 2007

Sierra Leonean Blogosphere 101

My name is Vickie Remoe-Doherty. This is my first post as Global Voices author for Sierra Leone. I thought that my first post should introduce you to some notable blogs...

China: An Eye for an Eye

Iraq: The Wall of Segregation

China: Dog Abuse Triggered Internet Debate

Egypt: Sinai Bedouins Seek Refuge in Israel

Arabeyes: Palestinian Jordanian Anyone?

Jordanian blogger Hareega is furious that people avoid discussing racism in his society. He is particularly angry about the discrimination Jordanians of Palestinian origin go through in a country he...

Iran:Anniversary of the Armenian Holocaust in Tehran

Iraq: End the War

Myanmar: Helping Hand Blogs

People of Myanmar are well known for their gentle nature, kind heart, sincerity, generosity and a great helping hand. In Myanmar, various type of non profitable groups and non governmental...

Malawi: Malawian bloggers has four questions for Madonna

The Moroccan blogosphere reacts to the Virginia Tech massacre

These past few days, the world's eyes have been turned toward the Virginia Tech massacre; the Moroccan blogosphere in particular notes the connection that Fox News has tried to make...

Barbados: Cricket Legends Give Back

Virginia Tech, rumors and change: the Bangla blogosphere spans it all

Bangla blogs join the rest of the world in mourning the victims of the Virginia Tech shootings. Probashi raises the issue of gun control and points out that had a...

China: Community embraces orphan

Late last month, a husband-wife migrant laborer couple from China's poverty-stricken Henan province working in Beijing killed themselves, leaving two teenage children to fend for themselves. Last week, Beijing-based Sohu...

Serbia: Peter Handke

Hong Kong and Taiwan: Cross Border Citizen Reporting

China: A Bottomless Glass

Arabeyes: Esra'a Al Shafei – Your One-Stop-Cyber-Activist

At the age of 20, Bahraini university student Esra'a Al Shafei sure has a lot of chores to juggle. And it isn't classwork that is taking her time and sapping...

China: The lives of retired athletes

Madagascar: English as an Official Language, Tribute to Victims of Colonial Conflicts and Cyclones (Again)

It's been a busy couple of weeks for Madagascar: A referendum for an amendment on the constitution which includes the addition of English as an official language. Madagascar was also...

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