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· October, 2006

Stories about Protest from October, 2006

26 October 2006

Voices from South Asia

Bangladesh: - What does Bangladesh need now for a better future? Angelmorn has a ten point prescription. - Rifat of Close your eyes and try to see is critic about...

25 October 2006

Russia: Thoughts on LiveJournal/ZheZhe

The Second Blog War continues in Russia. Brad Fitzpatrick, the LiveJournal's creator, has now joined the discussion over at sup_ru LJ community: in English, he offers some explanations and apologies...

24 October 2006

Trinidad & Tobago: Anti-smelter movement gains momentum

Costa Rica Bloggers on CAFTA and other issues

The Tico Bloggers are posting on two main subjects this past week: the two day long CAFTA protests and the bill the government is writing which would ban weapon production...

Hungary: 1956 Myths

Belarus: Persecution Continues

Iran:Photos & Mousavi Khoini

China: dam project in tiger leaping gorge

23 October 2006

Bolivia: Border Military Bases and Internal Conflicts

The treaty between Bolivia and Venezuela to build military facilities on the borders with Paraguay, Chile, Perú, and Brasil is being discussed in political blogs from Perú and Chile. Chilean...

Belarus: Church Protest Rally

Ukraine: News Digest

Russia: Freedom to Blog

Kyrgyzstan: Demand for Reform

21 October 2006

Reunion: Blogging to Decrease Elected Official Impunity

Russia: The Second Blog War

(more buttons and userpics are here) The Russian-language blogosphere (commonly known as ZheZhe) is on fire: some users are shutting down their blogs, others are emigrating to the virtual Trinidad...

20 October 2006

Bermuda: Green Day

19 October 2006

Argentina: Where is Lopez?

Croatia: Online Discussions Overview

Some Croats feel nostalgic when they think about Tito's Yugoslavia, which broke into pieces in 1992. Turbo Kvrcko posts a funny “Wanted” image that depicts why he misses the good...

Iran:Government Bans Fast Internet

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