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· February, 2008

Stories about Migration & Immigration from February, 2008

Trinidad & Tobago, Australia: de Boissiere Passes On

Jamaica, USA: Obama the Orator

Kosovo: Views from the Russophone Blogosphere

According to the Yandex Blogs portal, over 3,700 posts on Kosovo independence have appeared in the Russian-language blogosphere in the past three days. Some of these posts have received dozens,...

French immigration minister: ‘France isn't racist’

Caribbean: Castro – End of an Era?

The buzz in the regional blogosphere for the last 24 hours has undoubtedly been the retirement of Cuban leader Fidel Castro after nearly 50 years at the helm of the...

Pakistan: Goodbye Musharraf!

With the results of the elections in Pakistan becoming more clear, it is obvious that Musharraf, despite his promises hasn't won the confidence of the voters. Crow's Nest writes, reflecting...

Bangladesh: Hatered and a website

Cuba: Castro Steps Down

Somalia: Can a hijab-wearing blogger get a respectable job in the US?

This is our second roundup of Somali blogs discussing various topics including Somali politics, the challenges of wearing a hijab in the United States and the first Somali female pilot.

Kyrgyztsan: Hate Crimes in Russia Target Kyrgyzs

Afghanistan: London's Afghans Rally for Freedom of Expression

Kosovo & Serbia: Independence Blogging

Kosovo's declaration of independence from Serbia on Sunday, Feb. 17, has caused both celebrations and protests - as well as plenty of media coverage and an avalanche of blog posts....

Iraq: Jordan Pardons Overstaying Iraqis

China: Darfur, a reason to say No?

Is the Darfur issue a reason to say No to the 2008 Beijing Olympics? Spielberg nodded recently, while Mr. Bush shrugged, and Beijing frowned. But how about the common people...

Iceland: Hostility Towards Poles

Iraq: Treatment of Iraqis in Jordan

Jamaica: “InI”

Trinidad & Tobago, U.S.A.: Fired For Blogging?

Trinidad & Tobago: Commonweath Writers

South Korea: Irregular and Migrant Worker Movement

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