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· March, 2009

Stories about Kuwait from March, 2009

Kuwait: Good candidates?

Kuwaiti The Aggressor discusses who makes a good parliamentarian in this post.

Kuwait: Why the government shuns young Kuwaitis

From Kuwait, Hilaliya discusses why the government shuns young Kuwaitis.

Kuwait: “I don't want to go to school”

Ansam, from Kuwait, shares this conversation between her seven-year-old nephew and her sister on school.

Kuwait: Send the Police Back to School

Kuwaiti 4th ring posts a photograph of a police car – where the word police is misspelt in both Arabic and English.

Kuwait: Cats don't like summer

“The poor Qatteri Cat with his luxurious thick furry coat starts getting a little uncomfortable around this time of the year, when the temperatures rise, and by May or June,...

Kuwait: Economic losses in perspective

Kuwaiti Bashar reflects on the losses incurred by billionaires in today's economic crisis.

Kuwait: Keep your bug eyes sunglasses on

Kuwaiti Marzouq has a problem with “bug eyes” sunglasses and reflects: “There have been many a times where a woman has taken her sunglasses off and you get that reaction...

Saudi Arabia: A Well-Documented Sandstorm

Armed with their cameras and video cameras, bloggers in Saudi Arabia documented a massive sandstorm which covered the capital Riyadh, bringing visibility to only a few metres and life to...

Kuwait: Vintage Pictures

Mark, who lives in Kuwait, posts a few vintage photographs in this post.

Kuwait: Tribute to Fashion Blogger

Baroque, from Kuwait, pays tribute to a fellow fashion blogger in this post.

Kuwait: Slumdog Millionaires Back in the Slums

Kuwaiti ZDistrict discusses the fate of the child actors in Slumdog Millionaire in this post. “The sad thing is the kids have gone back home after all the glitz and...

Middle East: Women Looking for a Cause to Celebrate

Female bloggers from across the Middle East joined hands in marking the International Women's Day with posts reflecting on the occasion and celebrating the lives and achievements of women who...

Arab World: Birthday Food for Thought

Several bloggers from across the Arab World are marking their birthdays online with philosophical posts, describing their lives, hopes, accomplishments and dreams. Here's a selection of posts.

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