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· October, 2005

Stories about Weblog from October, 2005

31 October 2005

Recently in Argentina

As always, “[ES]” refers to posts in Spanish. All other linked pages are, at least partly, written in English. Diego Sarraseca, an Argentine living in Los Angeles, wrote a trilingual...

From the African women's blogsphere

On 26 October, Togo became the 15th country to ratify the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa thus ensuring...

This Week in Palestinian Blogs

Three major issues forced themselves to appear on Palestinian blogs this week: 1) The so called Gaza disengagement, 2) The discriminatory Apartheid Wall (which imprisons Palestinians in the largest jail...

30 October 2005

Images from Myanmar (Burma): Concentration?

‘concentration’ by awfulsara “A young monk by candlelight, brow furrowed in not quite peaceful contemplation.”

India, Pakistan: Kashmir Border Opened to Aid Quake Victims

India, Pakistan: Kashmir Border Opened to Aid Quake Victims

A peek into the Bangladesh blogosphere

Let us take a look into some of the blogs of and about Bangladesh

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

Adib talks about bird flu, giving a complete explanation of the virus and it's dangers, as well as how much risk there is that it could reach Tunisia through bird...

From the Egyptian blogs

Some bloggers are angry over the news of the 14 years old kid who is facing death sentence in Saudi Arabia. Freedom for Egyptians and Ritzy are pointing that the...

Indonesian blogosphere: Season of forgiveness, Indonesian poor and parliament member salary increase

Next week on Thursday, million of Indonesian are going to celebrate Eid ul-Fitr that mark the end of Ramadan, the month of fasting, this simply the biggest holiday in Indonesia...

29 October 2005

India: Bomb Blasts In Delhi

India: Bomb Blasts In Delhi

First post from the Israeli blogosphere

Israelis who blog in English are mostly native speakers who immigrated to the country as adults. They include non-Jews as well as Jews, represent a wide range of religious beliefs...

Pakistan: Blog-o-rants

Pakistan: Blog-o-rants

From the Jordanian Blogosphere

Photography taken in the National Music Conservatory in Amman, Jordan. “Girl Playing the Flute” by Sabri Hakim This week marked two celebrations- Jordan's Al-Faisali brought home the first-ever Asian trophy...

KenyanSphere This Week

Sidaki has a very interesting analysis of events in America and comes to the conclusion that among the things Americans are reluctant to receive on their soils are British beef,...

28 October 2005

Hurricane Wilma Through Monterrey's Eyes

Last week's theme among bloggers here in Monterrey, Mexico was hurricane Wilma. We have all kinds of point of views about the subject. Reading goleech, we have a very valid...

The Caribbean Blogosphere: Some observations

Anglophone Caribbean bloggers have been relatively quiet this week, so I took the opportunity to chat via IM with my fellow Trinidadian blogger Nicholas Laughlin about some of of the...

Cambodian Blogger Little Sopha Learns How To Rock

Blogger Little Sopha with member of Michael Learns To Rock Band, in Russian Market, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. According Tharum the news that the touring schedule of a Danish rock...

Voices from South Africa

South Africa has been painted as being a political wonder, and our transition to democracy is often described as a miracle. The country tries very hard to present an image...

Images from India: Churchgate Station in Mumbai

Images from India: Churchgate Station in Mumbai

27 October 2005

Kiswahili Bloggers this week

Tanzanian Kiswahili bloggers continue to write about the presidential and parliamentary elections taking at the end of the month. Mwandani comes across an open letter of advice addressed to the...

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