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· August, 2006

Stories about Lebanon from August, 2006

8 August 2006

China: Lebanon

Lebanon: 4th Week of Israel's War

This week is the fourth week of Israel’s war against Lebanon. The war is still the dominant subject of posts in the Lebanese blogosphere.

Cuba, Lebanon, Palestine, Israel: Cuba and the Middle East

6 August 2006

The week that was in Bahrain

After almost a month of continuous bombing, most of Bahrain's bloggers have strayed away from covering Lebanon and Palestine and turned their attention to home affairs – except for Sabbah,...

5 August 2006

Ukraine: Victor Yushchenko the Anti-Hero (Or Not)

Victor Yanukovych is Ukraine's new prime minister, and it looks like the president, Victor Yushchenko, is the nation's new “anti-hero.” At least, this is what LJ user didaio concludes (UKR)...

Flying Over the Iraqi Blogodrome

I'm on holiday – posting from a smoky Internet Café in Turkey – so only time for a small sliver of the Iraqi blogs this week. There are two that...

4 August 2006

Lusosphere reactions to the world most blogged conflict

The conflict between Israel and Hezbollah in Lebanon is shaking the blogosphere. The effects can be felt all over and as conversations arise everywhere, Lusophone bloggers aren't excluded. It is...

Voices from Kazakhstan

Welcome to our latest round-up of blog posts and online discussions that took place in the Kazakhstani blogosphere in the last two weeks. We start off with Russian-language neweurasia Kazakhstan...

Middle-East War and Indonesian Blogger Divided Responses

Echoing the international media headlines on current conflicts in the Middle East between Israel-Lebanon and Israel-Palestine, Indonesian bloggers post similar topics with various comments and responses; pros and cons, supports...

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