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· October, 2005

Stories about Weblog from October, 2005

Images from Japan: Sushi

“Sushi” by Sekihan A young woman ponders the display at a sushi restaurant in Tokyo.

Pulse of the Saudi Blogosphere

This week, Abu Hamad has a question to his Saudi readers: “what would you do if Bush and his “junta” decided to invade Saudi?” He thinks that with current state...

This weeks voices from Nigeria and Ghana

Chippla reports on the Belleveiw plane crash in Nigeria last weekend. He talks about the first few hours after the plane crashed. He gave an account of Nigerian's perception of...

Nepal: Kantipur FM, Democracy and Media

Nepal: Kantipur FM, Democracy and Media

The Week That Was – Bolivian Blogs

The buzz continues within the Bolivian blogosphere with the publication of the most recent article in the Bolivian press. The Extra section of El Deber featured the three creators of...

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

This week marked the beginning of a trial for Saddam Hussein, not only is this trial an unprecedted event, but the question that lingers is that can he really be...

Pakistan: Emergency/Broadcast Radio for Quake Survivors Urgently Needed

Pakistan: Emergency/Broadcast Radio for Quake Survivors Urgently Needed

Video: Scenes from a Bangladeshi Telecentre

Video montage of a telecentre based at a girls school in Comilla, Bangladesh. The telecentre is run by Relief International's Schools Online program, which coordinates 20 telecentres across the country.

South Asia: Blog Quake Day

South Asia: Blog Quake Day

Voices from Zimbabwe Plus 3

Welcome to the inaugral edition of the “Voices from Zimbabwe Plus 3″ where I hope you'll find news from several small African blogospheres. Zimbabwe:-In what has now known as the...

FLOSS Debate at BytesForAll

FLOSS Debate at BytesForAll

Costa Rica and its Future with Today's Politicians

Este artículo también está disponible en español Translation by David Sasaki In the last few years, politics in Costa Rica have changed radically compared to what was known 10 years...

Images from Ile-Ife, Nigeria – A Spiritual People!

A Spiritual People by Jangbalajugbu-Homeland Stories Nigerians were rated as the happiest people on earth some time ago – the reason is simple. Nigerians are a spiritual people!

Iranian Clerics & Blogging: Ayatollah Goes Virtual

More Iranian clerics are blogging and share their ideas, beliefs and daily life on internet. It is amazing that clerics who control literally everything in country need blogs to express...

Effect Measure on Facing the Global Bird Flu Threat

With recent reports of avian flu in Western Europe, the disease is clearly no longer East Asia's problem. It's a dilemma for the world. Last week I emailed Revere, the...

Religious harmony severed in Egypt

The Egyptian blogosphere has been agitated by the events in Alexandria that shook the country. Four died (3 killed by riot poilce), tens wounded and 100 detained after 5000 angry...

Pakistan: Shelter for earthquake victims

Pakistan: Shelter for earthquake victims

Images from Afghanistan: Winter Streets in Kabul

“Winter Streets in Kabul” by TKnoxB Cabs share the snow-covered streets with men on bicycles in Kabul last winter.

This Week in Palestinian Blogs

In The Electronic Intifada, Palestinian DAM, the first Arab World rap group from Lydd and US based band the Philistines take NYC's East Village by storm! Their CD is finally...

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

The 7th Tunisian blogger meetup was held last Saturday. We met for a Ramadan dinner, then spent the evening together. We talked about everything; Ramadan, religion, blogging, new blogs, WiFi,...

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