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· February, 2009

Stories about War & Conflict from February, 2009

DRC: Police raise revenue, but whom are they keeping safe?

Azerbaijan: Sumgait

Bangladesh: Why The BDR Massacre?

Bangladesh: Massacre Cannot be Justified

Bangladesh: Mutiny Is Over, But Question Remains

Yesterday it was a tensed day in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. The 33-hour long mutiny and siege by aggrieved lower rank officers of paramilitary forces BDR ended as they...

Arab Bloggers Rally Against the Judaization of Jerusalem

As Israeli authorities evict Arab residents and demolish their houses in Jerusalem, Arab bloggers are set on not letting this pass unnoticed. Another blogger calls for designating a week to...

Azerbaijan: Thoughts on Khodjali

Azerbaijan: Khodjali Anniversary

Syria: Violation of Terms of Service

Iraq: A different Baghdad

Iraq: Blogger's Birthday and Closed School

Bangladesh: Citizen Journalists Covering BDR Mutiny

Today morning Dhaka was rattled by a fierce gun battle inside the headquarters of Bangladesh Rifles (BDR – paramilitary border security force) situated in the heart of the capital. Rumors...

Palestine: Canada Speaking Tour

Bangladesh: BDR Mutiny And Gunfires

Pakistan: Media Responsible

Sudan: Mourning a Great Novelist and Musings on the ICC

After a long absence, a number of fascinating Sudanese bloggers, return to the blogosphere to rant, share their thoughts on recent events and vent. They're included in this roundup along...

Korea: Hillary Clinton's Visit

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited Korea. Rather than any other issues, North Korean issues were the major topic. Some people welcomed her on the street, raising signs, “Welcome,...

Sri Lanka: Failure Of LTTE

Armenia: Nationalist agitation in Georgia

Afghanistan: Prison, Poverty and Politics

While the Obama administration has announced that an additional 17,000 troops will be sent to Afghanistan to confront the rising insurgency, Afghan bloggers keep talking about the daily challenges facing...

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