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· July, 2005

Stories about Nigeria from July, 2005

Balancing Act on African Blogs

The current issue of Balancing Act – the leading online newsletter reporting on African telecommunications – leads off with an article on African blogs and features several bloggers who are...

Nigeria: Going Wireless in Nigeria

Chippla's Weblog looks at a bright spot for Nigeria: the country's burgeoning wireless revolution.

Black Looks: Nigerian man to be stoned to death

Black Looks reports that a fifty-year-old Nigerian man has been sentenced to be stoned to death for homosexuality. This is a result of Sharia law, which is, apparently, unconstitutional; however,...

Sub-Saharan Africa Thursday Blog Roundup

Thinker's Room posts a gedankenexperiment to explain why he feels the way he does about Live 8. A new website dedicated to preventing the return of former military dictator Ibrahim...

Global Voices meets the Mainstream Media

Global Voices bloggers are showing up everywhere in the mainstream media these days! American Public Media's syndicated radio show, “Future Tense”, focuses on our project today. You can listen to...

African Blog Roundup

Debates over the relevance of Live 8 have kept the African blogosphere jumping this weekend. Andrew Heavens of Meskel Square is amazed that “you can't open a British newspaper (or...

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