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· August, 2006

Stories about Migration & Immigration from August, 2006

Bangladesh: Diaspora Group Blogs


The most horrible of things has just happened to me….my RSS feed for the Kurdish blogs, well for lack of a better term..hiccupped…and all of my feeds are gone. So...

Russian-Language Blogs: Miscellanea (3)

Israeli blogger pilka writes (RUS) about a surreal experience of eating next to three clowns at a hospital in the wartime Haifa: […] I had breakfast with clowns today. I...

Senegal: Commemorating the Senegalese Riflemen of WWII

Africans in France: Riots’ First Anniversary

African Women This Month

Literature, music and blog redesigns are three of the themes in the African women's blogosphere this month. Molara Wood and Mama's Junkyard have both redesigned their blogs. Molara has chosen...

Ukraine: Chornovil Monument

Haiti: Travelling heavy

Caribbean: Exporting Carnival

Lebanon: One Week after the Cease Fire

Most Lebanese Blogs still reflect on the war and its aftermath. Some post photos of Lebanese trying to regain their lives and their efforts to fix that which was damaged....

Russia: Market Explosion and Plane Crash

Poland: Emigration to Europe and Crime

This Week In Palestine: Black & Blue

One week after the Israeli army brutally attacked a weekly non-violent legal demonstration against the wall in the village of Bil’in, August 18th saw yet another black and blue protest....

Armenia: Greek Demise

Bangladesh Blog Buzz:

What the Bangladeshi blogs are saying:

China: Blogs from the dark side

Does it goes without saying that the internet—particularly blogs and BBS'—is the place to go for unchecked and alternative voices in China? What about those blocked Chinese-language websites hosted overseas?...

Russia: Solzhenitsyn's Speech

Puerto Rico: Leaving

Jamaica, USA: Harry Belafonte

Haiti: The other side of illegal immigration

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