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· April, 2010

Stories about Middle East & North Africa from April, 2010

Iran: Hard-line blogs got filtered

Iran: Cloudy sky and Tehran

Iran: Opposition leader issues message for workers

Iran: A ‘Green’ Labor Day (At Least Online)

The Iranian Green Movement is planning to make International Workers Day on May 1 a “green” day. The post-election opposition movement has not held any important demonstration since their last...

Egypt: Gearing up for May 2 Protests

Egypt: Saudi Arabia Blocks ElBaradei's Site

Tunisia: Killing the Web

Bahrain: Mideast Tunes Launched

Jordan: The Nursing Profession

Bahrain: Salman and Threatened Voices

Bahrain: Going Commando

Bahrain: Car Parks and Corpse Washers

Bahrain: Mideast Youth Gallery Launched

Algeria: Mauritania's Language Struggle

Algeria: Since 1989

“Boobquake” to challenge claims of Iranian cleric

A Purdue University student in the United States is asking women around the world to show a little cleavage or a little leg on Monday as a humorous test to...

Egypt: Economic Vegetarians

Red meat prices have risen dramatically in Egypt in recent weeks. Amidst calls for meat boycotts, many Egyptians are being pushed to vegetarianism due to high prices.

Morocco: First Gay Online Magazine Launched

Egypt: Let's Shoot those Protesters!

In a debate on recurrent demonstrations, Egyptian ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) members of Parliament lashed out during a verbal battle with Muslim Brotherhood MPs over protesters in the country...

Egypt: Hashish Crisis adds to Nation's Woes

Alongside bread, fuel and cooking gas, Hashish (cannabis) has been added to the list of things which Egyptians are starting to miss. Bloggers argue why this narcotic is the one...

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