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· January, 2008

Stories about Humanitarian Response from January, 2008

22 January 2008

Egypt: Gaza In the Headlines

Eman Abd Al Rahman brings us the latest headlines from the Egyptian blogosphere decrying the suffering of Palestinians in Gaza. A four-day blockade has plunged Gaza in darkness, sparking international...

Pitch Black Gaza: Jordanian Bloggers React!

As the Israeli onslaught in Gaza continues this week, the death toll continues to climb. With many of the dead being civilians and the European Union labeling the Israeli offensive...

21 January 2008

Palestine: Gaza Under Seige

Bloggers around the region are adding their voices to an international outcry as the Gaza Strip falls into darkness. A four-day Israeli blockade on the strip has led to the...

Afghanistan: How to produce opium

19 January 2008

China: The Vagrants behind the Wall

Beijing, the host of 2008 Summer Olympics, is trying to show every bright aspect of its stable and harmonious to the whole world, however, when you are almost convinced by...

17 January 2008

Kazkahstan: Surviving or Prospering?

Kazakhstan is a country of contrasts, with no exaggeration: desperate poverty neighbors with arrogant wealth, economic growth is accompanied by decline of social sphere and expansion of state control, and...

Kazkahstan: Surviving in the Steppe

Uzbekistan: Labor Migrants

Colombia: Congressional Delegation and Release of Hostages

14 January 2008

Russia: Extremism Charges Against “Voice of Beslan”

Bosnia & Herzegovina, East Timor: A Comparison?

Egypt: Social Responsibilty and the Safety of Individuals

Egyptian blogger Amr Gharbeia (Ar) looks at the ethics of bloggers and the roles they play in exposing torture against victims. Are they victimising the victims even further by exposing...

Kyrgyzstan: Radiation Trains

Afghanistan: Opium Poppy Crops Eradication Disputes

11 January 2008

Kenya: Bloggers seek to heal a wounded nation

After a week of killings, looting and the political madness witnessed in Kenya after last month’s general elections, Kenyan Bloggers are blogging to heal a deeply wounded nation.

10 January 2008

Egypt: Chinese Goods

Chinese goods are swamping markets worldwide. Egyptians now have to deal with roving Chinese salesmen and women knocking on their doors. Tarek Amr brings us the story.

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