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· November, 2005

Stories about Weblog from November, 2005

30 November 2005

The Week That Was – Bolivian Blogs

The most comprehensive poll to date really got the ball rolling with an increase in discussion about the December 18th Presidential Elections in Bolivia. In addition to the election of...

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

This week was fairly quiet in the Kurdish Blogosphere compared to week's past. Many Kurds have been focused on the upcoming/ongoing trial of Saddam Hussein. One such blogger, Kurdo from...

Sri Lanka: Children in the Conflict

Sri Lanka: Children in the Conflict

Turning Point in Venezuelan Legislative Elections

Next Sunday, December 4, is election day for Venezuelan National Assembly deputies. The electoral race had been taking place without much ado from voters, and according polls projected abstention was...

Nigerian Blogosphere

Dabar Objects starts us up this week with “Nigeria and ECommerce: We must be joking”. He pointed out issues about Nigeria doing eCommerce successfully. He discussed why he thinks that...

The Darfur Crisis: Bloggers Speak

The western Sudanese region of Darfur made the headlines for a significant portion of last year when millions of civilians were displaced by fighting between rebel groups and the pro-Sudanese...

Bangladesh bombs: Blog buzz

Yesterday 9 people were killed in Bangladesh in suicide bombings in two court premises. Read what the bloggers around the world are saying about this.

29 November 2005

Costa Rica: Impact of the Internet on the 2006 Presidential Elections

La versión original de este artículo está disponible en español. These presidential elections have had a special element as they are the first elections where the internet has played a...

Iranian Blogs: Unrest in University, Ahmadinejad in UN

Government chose a cleric and university Professor, Ayatollah Amid Zanjani, as chancellor of Tehran University. There are many questions and concerns about his education and conservative political background. Fanous (...

Voices from Zimbabwe Plus

The people of Zimbabwe gave the ruling ZANU-PF and indeed all forms of purposeless politics their boldest affront to date as very few Zimbabweans turned up to vote during the...

28 November 2005

Presidential Election: Blogs and politics

We are 13 days from the presidential election. Every night, on TV, before the news hour, the 4 presidential candidates, belonging to different parties or coalitions, have the legal option...

This Week in Palestinian Blogs: Ending Occupation is What Really Matters to US

Rafah border was opened on the 25th of Nov, congratulations to all Palestinians! On Rafah crossing, Rafah Pundits say the agreement reached between Palestinian and Israeli authorities state that Israel...

Welcome To The Lebanese Blogosphere

Yesterday, Anton Efendi from Across the Bay, posted this picture: It shows the Prime Minister planting a fatherly kiss on May Chidiac's forehead. May Chidiac is the Journalist who lost...

This week in the African Women’s Blogsphere

November 25 is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and marks the beginning of 16 Days of Activism on violence against women and children in which...

China: Water Crisis in Harbin

Harbin, a city in northeast China, has been suspended from water supply for four days due to contamination over its water by spill from a local chemical factory after an...

27 November 2005

Recent Posts From Peru

La versión original de este artículo está disponible en español. What follows is a small review of some recent posts chosen from various Peruvian blogs; posts that in one or...

From Indonesian Blogsphere

A Fatih Syuhud blogging from India, has a series commentary posts about Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, President of Republic of Indonesia visit to India.

Iran:EarthQuake

(November 27 14:30 Brussels Time):According to BBC Several dead in south Iran quake :A powerful earthquake has hit southern Iran, damaging several villages and killing at least five people and...

Nigerian blogoshpere this week

Jangbalajugbu-Homeland Stories posts on the Global Voice workshop, “Expression under Repression”. He felt honoured as he says: I am glad I attended the sessions as I was able to see...

26 November 2005

This week in Israel: a “political earthquake” and lots of fun stuff – not just politics

This week, much of the Israeli blogosphere is in a tizzy over what the media lost no time in dubbing a “political earthquake”: Ariel Sharon has left the hawkish Likud...

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