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· August, 2007

Stories about Humor from August, 2007

Guyana: A Few Things…

Japan: Robot cat

Guyana: Dark Side of the Moon

Georgia: UFO in Abkhazia

Bulgaria: A Wedding

Kuwait: Crazy Week for Bloggers

Kuwaiti bloggers had a crazy week, which started with an earthquake, or rather a small tremor, early on Saturday morning. The next day a blogger was arrested for a comment...

Tajikistan: Getting a haircut

Uzbekistan: Sarcastic sociologists

Guyana: Whine-Fest!

Arabeyes: It's All in a Sign

Signs are an important means to get first-hand information or advertise messages necessary for everyday life. But what happens when the signs are misleading and don't serve the purpose they...

Jordan: Arab-American Comedy Fun

Bahrain: Getting Into Gear and Going All the Way…

Our topics range from the highbrow to the lowlife this week, with an exhortation to read more books from across the Arab world, a child’s misunderstanding of a word in...

Cayman Islands, Jamaica: Elections Predictions?

Japan: Crazy for a Bug

A catchy tune about a funny-looking bug that bites people's bums and makes them happy, featured regularly as filler between children's programming on the national broadcaster NHK, is catching on...

Kenya: Political satire on Facebook

Guyana: Let There Be Light

Trinidad & Tobago: Costly Mistake

Malaysia: Fun Look at Sibu

Afghan bloggers irritated by Iranian TV series

The Afghan embassy in Iran has complained about an Iranian television series on Channel 3, Char Khoone, that depicts Afghans characters as villains. Several Afghan and even Iranian bloggers have...

Central Asia: Amusement parks

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