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· March, 2008

Stories about Yemen from March, 2008

Middle East and North Africa: Client Number Nine

Eliot Spitzer's fall from grace grabbed the headlines as soon as newsmen caught wind of the scandal. Bloggers followed closely on their heel, including those from the Middle East and...

Yemen: Morning with Seagulls

Yemeni Omar Barsawad spends his morning with the seagulls and shares his experience in this post – with pictures!

Yemen blocks Maktoob blogging platform

Maktoobblog.com, one of the most popular Arab blogging platform, has been recently blocked in Yemen cutting off Yemeni Internet users from the more than 46960 blogs the service hosts. According...

Yemen: No Women Abuse

Omar Barsawad discusses reports on abuse and violence against women in Yemen and asks: “I visit relatives and friends in other parts of Yemen – I do not see or...

Yemen: Interview with Activist Lawyer

Or Does it Explode.. posts an interview with Yemeni activist lawyer Khalid Al Anesi.

Arabeyes: Rising Cost of Living

Prices of commodities ranging from grocery to building material and rent are going up, up, up and being the true mirrors of their societies, bloggers from Yemen, Egypt, Kuwait and...

Yemen: The Spectacular Wadi Doan

Yemeni Omar Barsawad links to a video showing the “spectacular” Wady (Valley) Doan.

Yemeni Fast Food

Jeffrey Black introduces us to Yemeni fast food in this post.

Egypt: Jeffrey Black's New Blog

Cairo-based journalist Jeffrey Black, who is currently in Yemen, has a new blog: Middle East Diaries, announces The Arabist.

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