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· December, 2005

Stories about Weblog from December, 2005

24 December 2005

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

The 9th Tunisian Blogger Meetup will be taking place on Sunday, December 25th at Café 112 in downtown Tunis, at the end of Palestine Avenue. The results of the Tunisian...

21 December 2005

Elections in the Bolivian Blogs

Editor's note: I was so impressed with Miguel Esquirol's summary of blog commentary on Evo Morales’ presidential victory in Bolivia that I asked our ever-growing army of translators to offer...

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

This was my first week of using a feed aggregator for watching the Kurdish blogs and I am not sure how I feel about it. Part of me really enjoyed...

Khatami goes Blogging, Air Crash & survivors, Bread & Freedom!

According to Zannevesht, Iranian female blogger & journalist, former President Khatami has decided to go blogging at the end of this week. His blog , Khatamionline, is ready without a...

20 December 2005

Report from the WTO Demonstrations in Hong Kong

The Sixth WTO Ministerial Conference was held in Hong Kong, 13-18 December 2005. Thousands of anti-globalization campaigners, especially South Korean farmers who has been opposing the opening of their rice...

A Quick Trip into Chile

A good way make a virtual Chilean trip, is by getting to know Chileans blogs about, food, customs, and culture. In La Buena Vida (ES) ( “The good life”) Alvaro...

Nigerian blogoshpere this week

Following three recent airline crashes in Nigeria Chippla has written an excellent series of reports on the Nigerian Aviation Sector. The reports examine each of the crashes, the response of...

19 December 2005

Evo Morales: Bolivia's New President

“Grandmother and Grandson After Voting” (Photo Copyright 2005 Jonathan Lieberman) Este artículo también está disponible en español. It would seem that Bolivia has found itself a new president-elect in Evo...

Afghan Blogs: Justice & War Crimes, Fighting Drugs and Parliament

Afghanistan's government recently announced it plans to address war crimes and other abuses that took place during the decades of conflict in the country. Afghan Reality writes about the importance...

This Week in Palestinian Blogs: Once Upon a Time

Photo credit: Raising Yousuf Little Yousuf (one year and 8 months old) played in a pumpkin patch in Maryland and fed some pet goats while in the US. Few days...

18 December 2005

Bangladesh Blog buzz

Read what's happening in the Bangladesh blogosphere lately.

News From Chinese Blogosphere

1 Buzzwords in 2005: As the end of year 2005 approaches, Baidu, the largest search engine in Chinese released its hottest words in (in ZH)Chinese internet; the top ten was...

Cambodia: Voices from Cambodian blogosphere

Ministry of Information has ordered all radio and television stations to stop reading news article of print newspapers. This move is considered as an attempt to maintain professional journalism in...

17 December 2005

Turkey is Typing….

It has been a quiet week in the Turkish blogosphere, some of my favorite bloggers such as Turkish Torque and Talk Turkey have been silent. Mavi Boncuk and Erkan's Field...

From the Jordanian Blogosphere

Some interesting and controversial social topics are being discussed in the Jordanian blogosphere this week. Freedom of Speech Freedom of speech is not a given commodity in the Arab world,...

16 December 2005

Selections from the Caribbean blogosphere

Barbados – Campfyah, writing from Caracas, fills us in on some of his Christmas activities and Barbados's participation in an international Christmas charity fair. – In a post which sparks...

Echoes from the Tunisian Blogosphere

The first Tunisian blog awards Tunisie Blog Awards 2005 have been launched to promote the Tunisian blogosphere even more, encourage bloggers to work more on their blogs and give credit...

Voices from Kiswahili Blogosphere

Mawazo na Mawaidha from Kenya follows closely localization of different versions of computer software and programs in Swahili. This week he writes and comments briefly on the launching of Swahili...

Pakistan: Blog-o-furious

Over the course of the last few months, the responses to my personal blog have become “interesting” to say the least. I am not talking about the usual comments posted...

Egypt: Elections ends and more

Finally the elections of the People's Assembly (the lower house of the Egyptian Parliament) are over. With a bloody end and surprising results, that would probably heat the political debate...

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