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· May, 2007

Stories about Humanitarian Response from May, 2007

Morocco: Free Haleh Estandiari

Sudan: satellite mapping of a conflict zone

Haiti, DR, Trinidad & Tobago: HIV in the Caribbean

Brazil: Possible Justice for Dorothy Strang

South Africa/Sudan: peacekeeper and bloggers returns home

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

There's never is a dull moment in Iraq and bloggers tell us why. This week's quick round up of Iraqi blogs discusses venturing out of your house in a war-torn...

Somalia: protesting against illegal invasion

Free Monem Podcast

Madagascar: Lack of Activity in Local Blogs in Times of Crisis Sparks Debate

Much has been written about the series of natural disasters that have hit Madagascar recently. Tomavana sheds some light on yet another crisis in the North-West region of Madagascar now...

China: The Student Bloggers Down In The Coal Mine

Afghan Whispers:1 May,Kidnappings and Problems in Iran

Õnne Pärl,a blogger and journalist from Estonia, writes about her 1 May experience in Kabul. She says, because of the mudjahedin parade in Kabul, there are suggestions to “keep low...

Bulgaria, Libya, France: Appeals to Politicians

Liberia: another look-how-crazy-these-Africans-are story

Somalia: things fall apart, but…

Ukraine: Chernobyl Scholar Serhiy Mirnyi

Labouring in Qatar

Like many of the Gulf States, Qatar is heavily dependent of foreign expatriate workforce to help fuels its growth. Demographically, Qataris make up less than 25% of the 800,000 people...

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