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· September, 2008

Stories about Protest from September, 2008

Belarus: Youth activists in strange accident

Macedonia: Fighting Corruption with Online Video

Iran:Anti discrimination petition

Jordan: A Popular Cafe Shut Down in Ramadan Crackdown

A popular cafe in in the Jordanian capital Amman was shut down by police for serving alcohol and food during Ramadan, among reasons. The action sparked a debate on the...

Armenia: Pro-Government Youth Group Formed

Korea: Teachers and Education

On the 15th of September, the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology (MEST) announced that they will make public the number of teachers who joined Korean Teachers & Education Workers’...

UK: Azerbaijani Gay Artist Deported

Another Malaysian blogger arrested

Vietnam: Dishonest gas stations

UK: Azerbaijani Gay Artist's Deportation Update

Cambodia: Online petition to save Boeung Kak Lake

Indonesia's anti-porn law

Russia: Where did the votes go?

Jamaica: Mining Woes

Moroccan Bloggers Strike for Erraji

When Moroccan blogger Mohammed Erraji was arrested last week, the blogoma's thoughts turned immediately to the case of Fouad Mourtada, the young man arrested earlier this year for impersonating Prince...

Azerbaijan: Gay Artist Detained in UK

Armenia: Opposition Momentum Declining

Thailand protests: Conflict of elites

Last Friday several East Asia bloggers held a virtual meeting to discuss the crisis in Thailand. The participants shared their insights about the ongoing protests and political struggles involving different...

Russia: “Extreme and Absurd, Violence and Art”

Iran:The Blogging Revolution

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