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· November, 2007

Stories about War & Conflict from November, 2007

The Balkans: Media Coverage

Seesaw of Balkan Powder Keg follows Western media's coverage of the volatile situation in the Balkans: “My dear friends all over the world, especially in Europe, please do not say...

Bosnia & Herzegovina: More Srebrenica Victims

Srebrenica Genocide Blog reports on the excavation of the remains of 616 more Bosniak victims of the 1995 Srebrenica genocide in a mass grave located in an area nicknamed “Death...

Bosnia & Herzegovina, U.S.: Genocide Suspects to Be Deported

Srebrenica Genocide Blog reports on two genocide suspects to be deported to Bosnia after being convicted for lying on their U.S. immigration papers.

Russia: The Opposition(s)

A post and a subsequent discussion of the “strange symbiotic relationship between power and resistance” – in Russia and elsewhere – at Sean's Russia Blog.

Ukraine: Holodomor Commemoration

Taras Kuzio writes about the changing attitudes towards Holodomor. Ukrainiana posts photos from the Holodomor commemoration ceremony that took place in Kyiv Saturday.

Azerbaijan: Armenian Cemetary Deaths

Quoting various news sources, Blogian reports that three Azerbaijanis have died while trying to remove the wall surrounding an Armenian cemetery to make room for a new road.

Somalia: Somalia Journal: Riot

David Axe is currently visiting Somalia and blogs about his experience: “The first time we went to the tiny movie house near the Mogadishu seaport, with a mind to doing...

Georgia: Russian Peacekeepers

Steady State looks at how the Georgian authorities use public concerns over tensions and clashes with Russian peacekeepers stationed in the breakaway region of Abkhazia for its own political ends.

Ukraine: Luzhkov and Chernomyrdin on Holodomor

Moscow mayor Yuri Luzhkov said this about the vandalized Holodomor exhibit in Moscow: “It seems to me that this exhibit had one purpose: to disunite and alienate the Russian and...

Former Yugoslavia: Vladimir Arsenijevic's Piece

The Glory of Carniola discusses an article by a Serbian writer, which begins this way: “For all ex-Yugoslavs, but particularly for the Serbs, the Kosovo Albanians used to be simply...

Palestine: Impact of Fuel and Electricity Cuts on Gaza

The Israeli human rights organization Gisha has just issue a fact sheet on Israel’s collective punishment of the Palestinian people in Gaza and the impact of the electricity and fuel...

Qatar: Dubai Closes Pakistani TV Stations

“One of the ugly fallouts of the state of emergency in Pakistan was the media crackdown by Musharraf's regime,” writes Qatar-based blogger Abdurahman Warsame, who adds that the UAE closed...

Morocco: Women's Stories from Around the Globe

This week, Moroccan bloggers share their interest in issues affecting Muslim women around the world. From the treatment of gynecologists in Iraq to new workforce development initiatives in Morocco to...

Iraq: Emails from Readers

Neurotic Iraqi Wife posts emails she has received from readers in this post.

Colombia: Pictures of Senator with FARC Leaders

Colombian bloggers react to pictures posted by a press agency featuring a beret-wearing Senator Piedad Cordoba smiling and holding a bouquet of flowers while embracing FARC leaders during a recent...

Afghanistan: Another Bomb Hits Official

Carl Robichaud reports that another fatal suicide attack occured in a province of Afghanistan that has rarely seen violence before. Suicide bomb has hit governor's compound in Nimruz; another attack...

Azerbaijan: Trafficking

Blogian says that war and conflict often prevents Armenians and Azeris from looking at the similarities between the two nations. Unfortunately, one thing that both Armenia and Azerbaijan have in...

Russia: Election and the OSCE

A discussion of the upcoming Russian election and the situation with the OSCE observers over at Crooked Timber.

Sudan: What has been happening in Darfur?

Meskel Square blogs about what has been happening lately in Darfur, Sudan: “As you no doubt already know, the Sudanese government, the African Union, the United Nations and a smattering...

Cambodia: Khmer Rouge Hearing

Former Khmer Rouge prison chief Duch faces first day of hearing in Cambodia's Khmer Rouge court.

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