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· April, 2006

Stories about Iraq from April, 2006

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

Iraqi bloggers pose something of puzzle for the mainstream media. The quality of the writing is good and bloggers sometimes have better news than their own reporters. But how do...

Iraq: Where is the opposition?

While the Iraqi government is still under-establishment, Omar remind us that he once was offended when he heard that although the democratic elections toke place, yet democratic government is not...

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

As a postscript to the 1970 Gil Scot Heron poem ‘The Revolution Will Not Be Televised‘, There will be no highlights on the eleven o'clock news… The Revolution Will Not...

A Myanmar born American soldier in Iraq

Blogger Sean at Man Actually has a story on a Myanmar born American soldier Ko Wai Phyo Lwin. Lwin died in action in Iraq last year.

Iraq: Miss Iraq Resign

What is the second hardest to find in Iraq after the “prime minister”? It is a “Beauty Queen,” Sabbah said. On April 9, Tamar Goregian, a Christian woman, made history...

Flying over the Iraqi Blogodrome

I am still on holiday and the blogs are still running. So here is a summary of what I liked up to the point my kids wake up… First a...

Guilt-Free Food Blogs Review

#1: From Japan, I was just really very hungry Milking the soy bean, part 1: learn how to make soy milk with no special equipment. Milking the soy bean, part...

Flying Over the Iraqi Blogodrome

This weeks post is going to be short (at least that is what I am planning as I type). I am on holiday – but the blogs keep turning. Blogging...

Iraq: Samuel Johnson Prize

Riverbend was shocked to find out the book “Baghdad Burning” had made the short list for the Samuel Johnson Prize- a prestigious, British award for non-fiction.

MSM Iraq coverage: Bloggers give thumbs down

On Wednesday evening New York Time at the Reuters headquarters in Times Square, bloggers from around the world joined in a live panel debate over whether the media is telling...

Join us live! Iraq: is the media telling the real story?

Click here to join us for a live discussion about whether the media is covering Iraq objectively. You can watch or listen on a live webcast and join in a...

Asking the Blogosphere: Is the media telling the real story on Iraq?

Is the media telling the truth about Iraq? Do you have an opinion on this issue? How does the nature, quality, and content of media coverage of the Iraq war ultimately impact...

Latin America, Iraq: Bagdad en Llamas

Bagdad en Llamas is a blog of Spanish translations of every single post from Riverbend's original, English-language Baghdad Burning, which was recently listed as a finalist for the Samuel Johnson...

Iraq: Al-Qaida Replace Al-Zarqawi

Al-Qaida Headquarters had ordered the replacement of its Iraq regional leader, Abu Musaab Al-Zarqawi. Fayyad from Kabobfest commenting on the news said: “If the news are proven true, it is...

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