Stories about Libya from August, 2007
Fodé-Moussa Keita links to an article that presents sons of African presidents who are groomed to take over the presidency (fr).
Koudou of Agoravox gives a brief review of the history of Zimbabwe that may explain why some African nations still support the Mugabe regime (fr).
Yemen's Shiites (Shiayan Yaman) is an Iranian blog covering events in Yemen.The blogger says[Fa] Muammar Gaddafi,the leader of Libya, proposed his help to Malak al-Huthi, Shiite rebel leader,in order to block Saudi Arabia's influence in Yemen.According to the blogger al-Huti has refused any colloboration with Gaddafi.
The Balkan Yankee awaits the world's reaction to Libya's acknowledgment of torture of the recently-released Bulgarian medics.
Highlander from Libya writes about the first Libyan female rally driver here.
Iranian Mr Behi amuses us with tales about driving in Tripoli, Libya, in this post.
Libyan Tasnim tallies up the psychological price of the war in Iraq in this post.
Arab beauty is sparking a heated debate at Highlander's blog from Libya.
Petya of bighead notes the overwhelming difference between reactions of Bulgarian and non-Bulgarian media on the release of the Tripoli Six. Declan Bultler guestblogs on “Liberty, Justice, HIV and Libya” over at Charkin Blog, and posts a Nature editorial “calling for Libya to go beyond the welcome political solution found...