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· December, 2005

Stories about Middle East & North Africa from December, 2005

31 December 2005

Turkey is Typing….

Greetings for the new year! Yogurtland, Turkish Torque, and Talk Turkey would like to extend their greetings for a Happy New Year as well. If you happened to be celebrating...

Echoes from the Tunisian blogosphere

The results for the Tunisian Blog Awards were announced, here in French and here in English. Tarek writes about “Tree of Paradise”, an exhibition of mosaics at the Brooklyn Museum...

28 December 2005

About blogging in Morocco

Although blogging in Morocco is a new “fashion”, it is spreading with a high speed among Moroccans from all ages and different activities. You have the Doctor , the politic...

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

Happy Holidays from the Kurdish section of the blogosphere! The Kurdistan Bloggers Union writes about security cameras being installed in the Southeast of Turkey to monitor the Kurdish population there....

27 December 2005

Iranian Blogs & 2005

Iranian blogs continue its dynamic existence in 2005 and Persian language has become second most used language (After English Persian ties with French) in Blogosphere. Here we look at some...

Jordan: World Youth Peace Summit in Jordan

United Arab Emirates: Money Laundry

Bahrain: Bahrain International Airport Demonstrations

26 December 2005

Iran: Christams!

Bahrain's roller-coaster week in review

For a country as small as Bahrain, there certainly seems to be quite a lot happening which are diametric opposites!

Syria: Domestic Policies

Syria: Syrian Youth

24 December 2005

Iran: Bus Strike!

Turkey is Typing….

While many Turks do not celebrate Christmas, many-especially University students-are taking advantage of the winter break to head home and spend time with their families. Istanbul is covered in snow,...

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