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· December, 2008

Stories about Photos from December, 2008

Maldives: Presence in Flickr

Bangladesh: Bloggers unearth the fake Taj Mahal scam

If you cannot visit the Taj Mahal at Agra (India) then the Taj Mahal will have to visit you in your home town. Since the last few days, we have...

Azerbaijan: Destruction of Ancient Cemetery Commemorated

Three years after a cemetery dating back to the 9th Century was deliberately destroyed in the Azerbaijani exclave of Nakhichevan, bloggers recall an ancient culture annihilated and condemn the world...

Iran: Saipa unveils new Iranian car

Jordan: Praise for Peru's Anti-Smoking Advertisement

Nigeria: James Iroha Uchechukwu wins photography prize

Eritrea: Architecture in Asmara

Taiwan: The government could not wait to harvest wild strawberries

The forced eviction of Wild Strawberries Movement at the Freedom Square this morning (Dec 11), just a few hours after the International Human Rights Day, shows the Taiwan government's hypocrisy...

Bahrain: Special Shaikh Sooka?

Palestine: Terrorist Dolls Not the Best Stocking Stuffer

“What could be more enjoyable for your kids this year than a doll resembling an Al-Qaeda terrorist?” asks Palestinian-American blogger Nawal of Bloggin' Banat. Maya Norton picks up the story...

Trinidad & Tobago: Artistry

Guyana: Flooding

Israel: Praying for Rain

The first hard rains of winter fell this week after months of waiting, causing all of Israel to breath a sigh of relief. Jews, Muslims and Christians were also united...

Cuba: Human Rights Day

Today is International Human Rights Day - an annual reminder of the day on which the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights back in 1948....

DR Congo: Subversive photo montages

Greece: Riots in Athens Continue

For the past three days, the capital of Greece, Athens, has been rocked by demonstrations and rioting as thousands have taken to the streets in protest at the fatal shooting...

Brazil: Deadly chemical leak kills 80 ton fish in Rio de Janeiro

On November 18, a leak of deadly endosulfan pesticide into the Pirapetinga river killed over 80 tonnes of fish, plus water hogs, tortoises, birds, and others creatures. The tragedy was...

Egypt: Defining Terrorism

How does a child define terrorism? Tarek Amr from Egypt brings us this conversation from the Egyptian blogosphere.

Trinidad & Tobago: Flower Child

Jordan: Photographs from Recent Art Expos

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