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· May, 2007

Stories about Bahrain from May, 2007

Bahrain: Electricity Shortages

Bahrain: Police Excessive Use of Force

Bahrain: Burning Books is Depressing

Bahrain: The ‘two seas’ are now a concrete jungle

From 'blog wars' to work ethics, the Bahraini blogosphere is bubbling with new ideas and excitement. Ayesha Saldanha sheds more light on discussions taking place this week about Bahrain's jungle...

Bahrain: Minimum Wage

Bahrain: Second Podcast

Arabeyes: Unlicensed Bahrainis; Silent Algerians; Kidneyless Egyptians and More

What is banned and allowed in Bahrain? How did the government and politicians react to the low turn out at the Algerian elections last week? Why did an Egyptian man...

Arabeyes: Breast-Feeding Dilemma

Imagine having to breast feed your colleague at work - five times - to ensure that your relationship remains professional! This is the fatwa (religious edict) that had Arab and...

Bahrain: Pegged to the Dollar

Bahrain: Censoring Flesh

Bahrain: Deform Process

Arabeyes: The Middle East in Pictures

Today's Middle East in Pictures tour takes us to Dubai's lovely beaches, Doha at night, a picture of a flower in Bahrain, the blooming flower gardens of Syria this spring...

Bahrain: Politicians Attacked by Riot Police

Bahrain: When Only Illegal Prawns Will Do

From turning a blind eye to racial hatred being spewed on the internet to hoarding prawns caught in the closed season for a religious festival four months away, Bahraini bloggers...

Egypt: Breast-feeding Adults

Bahrain: Weekly Podcast

Bahrain: Inciting Hatred

Bahrain: Over Criticism

Bahrain: Coral Reef for Sale

Bahrain: The Never-Do-It-Yourself Culture

From dirty politics and squabbles between 'politicians' over peanuts, to corruption at the Traffic directorate, the Bahraini blogosphere is buzzing with commentary this week. Ayesha Saldanha walks us through some...

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