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· April, 2008

Stories about Middle East & North Africa from April, 2008

Kuwait: No to No Pants Day

Bahrain: Why are Adult Sites Popular?

Jordan: That Toyota Ferrari

Kuwait: Weird Dust Storm

Lebanon: Remove the Mufti

Jordan: A Day at Work

Bahrain: A Tale of Two Villages

Egypt: Facebooking the Struggle

After little less than a month following the April 6 strike, during which a number of prominent Egyptian bloggers and internet activists were arrested, preparations for the next round of...

Qatar: Online Community Comes to the Aid of Workers

Qatar Living members are rallying to help an offline community of 600 workers who have lost all their belongings after a devastating fire broke out in their labour camp, writes...

Iran: Hunger Strike in Sahand University

Iran:Protest against Persian Gulf “renaming”

Kuwait: Remembering Chernobyl

Jordan: Mixed Signals

Saudi Blogger in Coma

Kuwait: Congrats Manchester United!

Kuwait: Speeding Foreigners Unwelcome

A new traffic law which ejects foreign traffic violators from the country, is creating waves in Kuwait. While one blogger asks what the fuss is about when other countries have...

Iran: Remember Iranian Cheetahs

Armenia: Torchlight Procession

Bahrain: Food, Money and Traffic

Bahraini bloggers are sticking to the important subjects this week: food, money and traffic congestion, writes Ayesha Saldanha who brings us the latest vibes from the local blogosphere this week.

Egypt: The New Governorates

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