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· April, 2007

Stories about Migration & Immigration from April, 2007

16 April 2007

Ukraine: Family History

Nepal: Where have all the Sherpas gone?

Zimbabwe: Stock market gains, a peaceful prayer meeting, and economic opportunism

As the poor get poorer, the rich are only going to get richer in Zimbabwe. In this post, Mugabe Makaipa describes how Zimbabwe's stock market has grown 12,000% over last...

Israel: Second Holocaust Survivors

Bahrain: It's Raining Men

Syrian Blogsphere on Pelosi, Liz Cheyney, Parliamentary Elections, and Nargileh

In the last couple of weeks very important developments have taken place on the Syrian political arena. One was the controversial visit of the US speaker of parliament Nancy Pelosi...

Introducing the Qatari Blogosphere

“A little country with big heart” is how camper described the tiny (but rich) State of Qatar on its last independence day. While that's a nice quaint description, many in...

12 April 2007

India: Child Abuse, The Other Half and NRIs

A few days ago a study about child sexual abuse in India was released and the findings of the study were pretty disturbing. If you recollect Mira Nair's movie “The...

9 April 2007

Turkey: Friendship Concert Cancelled by Armenian Threats

Iraq: Meeting an Iranian in a Foreign Land

Jordanian Blogosphere: An Iris Also Blooms

The seasons are moving forward, the weather is moving forward, and the clocks have all sprung forward for spring. But controversy is in the air these past few weeks on...

Touring Libyan Blogs:Nalut Spring festival, mountain bikes in Libya, maturity, headless a short story, abuse of maids, and true love

Another week in Libyan blogs, this week Khadijateri attended the Nalut Spring Festival, all I can say that it is incredible, the photos. the people, the adventures. I made a...