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· November, 2005

Stories about Photos from November, 2005

Kiswahili Blogosphere This Week

Cows, human beings and camels – Indian Ocean, Tanzania by Michuzi Official records in Tanzania and elsewhere state that in 1964 Tanganyika and Zanzibar united to form the United Republic...

Don’t Bomb Us – A blog by Al Jazeera Staffers

I've just got a tip from a staff member at Al Jazeera that they have just started a blog. Don’t Bomb Us – A blog by Al Jazeera Staffers is...

Images from Thailand: Tiger Dancer

“Tiger Dancer” by Scruffy Dan A dancer with a tiger mask prowls through a parade in Bangkok.

On the Menu: Food Blogs from Southeast Asia!

Take one former graphic designer, a retired corporate banking and management consultant, a civil servant, a teacher, an amateur photographer, an academic and a freelance journalist. Add generous dollops of...

Images from Morocco: Fishing Boats

“Fishing Boats” by Andrew Wales The fishing harbour in Essaouira, Morocco.

Images from Azerbaijan: Standing For Democracy

“Azadliq Supporter” by commonroman This photo shows a supporter of Azerbaijan's opposition Azadliq (“Freedom”) electoral bloc standing outside one of the bloc's buildings two days after last weekend's parliamentary elections....

Images From Indonesia: Hi, It Stop Working!

“Hi, It Stop Working” by Budi Sukmana A tuk-tuk driver in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia, pushes his stalled vehicle and its passengers to safety during a sudden downpour. Note: We...

Images from Palestine: Cameraman

“Cameraman” by Dave Berger

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