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· May, 2008

Stories about Egypt from May, 2008

Egypt: Stock Market Decline

Palestine: Sixty Years of Al Nakba

Celebrations are under way to mark Israel's 60th anniversary - but for millions of Palestinians whose grandparents and parents were made refugees in the process, today marks Al Nakba -...

Egypt: Sad Day for Syria

Egypt: leading opposition website blocked

Award for Egyptian Blogger

Egypt: Nasralla's Press Conference

Egypt: Disabling SMS Messages

Egypt: Increasing Gas Prices

Egypt: You've Been Punk'd

Egypt: War on Facebook

Arabeyes: Freedom for Fouad Al Farhan

Saudi blogger Fouad Al Farhan is now a free man, after spending 137 days in detention in Jeddah. While bloggers have all along speculated why he has been held by...

Egypt: No Freedom of Speech for Journalists

Jordan: Gearing Up for Strike

Jordan is gearing up for a strike on May 4, according to bloggers. Just like in Egypt, the message to strike was posted on Facebook, and later picked up by...

Global: The price of food, the cost of despair

The crisis of skyrocketing food prices is affecting all economic groups in every corner of the world. Every day, it seems, high-priced food sends another country lurching through some crisis:...

Egypt:Hijab and Travel

Arabeyes: Looming Food Crisis

Inflation and rising food and oil prices are a reality around the world, and Arab bloggers are not only feeling the pinch, but writing about it too. Here is a...

Arabeyes: A Closer Look at Readers

Over the past month, several Arab bloggers have been taking a closer look at who follows their blogs and what keywords bring readers. Here's a review of what bloggers from...

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