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· February, 2007

Stories about Protest from February, 2007

23 February 2007

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Dayton Accords Discrimination Case

Pakistan: Online freedom of speech as collateral damage?

This flash animation is converted from the Powerpoint Presentation made by Dr Awab Alvi for “The Battle for the Internet.” conference (His presentation can be viewed here-original file .ppt)  ...

22 February 2007

Israel: A Predictable Misunderstanding

Russia: Ivan Ushkov's Case

Armenia: A Real Alternative

Arabisc: Bloggers Rally to Kareem's Support

Egyptian blogger Kareem Sulaiman was today (Thursday) sentenced to four years in prison for defaming Islam and Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak on his personal blog. Despite a support site, petitions...

21 February 2007

Bangladesh: Painted with my brother's blood

Bangladesh: Celebrating the Mother Language day

Today is the International Mother Language Day, an annual event in UNESCO member states to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. This is mostly the international recognition of Language...

20 February 2007

Guinea, Senegal: Lansana Conté Must Leave if He Loves His Country

Hungary: A Podcast on Ciaran Tobin Case

Trinidad & Tobago: Adventures in energy

What Salvadoran bloggers are saying — unable to escape the past

The ghosts of El Salvador's twelve year civil war continue to surface in the news from El Salvador. First there was the story of Will Salgado, mayor of the city...

19 February 2007

Mexico: Campesinos Protest Gold Mine in Guerrero

Kazakhstan: Memorial Demonstration

Senegal: Poor Working Conditions for Workers at a Chinese Owned Factory

Arabisc: Pictorial Tour of the Middle East

Fed up of all the politics in the Middle East? Me too. This week we will take a pictorial tour of the region, making stops in Qatar, Bahrain, Tunisia and...

Deadwood cabinet stokes the fire of public ire in Zimbabwe

Facing unrelenting pressure for change, Zimbabwe's beleagured leader, Robert Mugabe, reshuffled his cabinet two weeks ago, but did little to aleviate the suffering of a nation that has been ravaged...

17 February 2007

Lebanon: Terrorist Attack and Hariri’s Commemoration

Two years ago, on February 14, a massive terrorist explosion targeting Rafic Hariri took away his life and the lives of many others. Fast forward, two years and many dramatic...

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