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· August, 2007

Stories about Libya from August, 2007

Africa: the “soon-to-be” presidents’ sons.

Fodé-Moussa Keita links to an article that presents sons of African presidents who are groomed to take over the presidency (fr).

Why a few African nations still support Mugabe

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: Shiites,Gaddafi and Saudi Arabia

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...

Libya, Bulgaria: Torture of the Tripoli Six

The Balkan Yankee awaits the world's reaction to Libya's acknowledgment of torture of the recently-released Bulgarian medics.

Libya: First Woman Rally Driver

Highlander from Libya writes about the first Libyan female rally driver here.

Libya: Driving Stories

Iranian Mr Behi amuses us with tales about driving in Tripoli, Libya, in this post.

Libya: The Psychological Price of the Iraq War

Libyan Tasnim tallies up the psychological price of the war in Iraq in this post.

Arab Beauty Sparks Debate

Arab beauty is sparking a heated debate at Highlander's blog from Libya.

Arabisto: Where Arab Americans Make a Difference

Arabisto is an Arab American blog where Arab Americans make a difference. This week I speak to founder Nadia Gergis who tells us about the site, why and how it...

Bulgaria: More on the Tripoli Six Release

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”...

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