Stories about Sudan from October, 2007
Elijah Zarwan from Egypt posts a letter sent out by a coalition of Arab human rights organisation to the Arab League on Darfur.
The Whinery 2.0 posts videos for Day of Action for Darfur.
For most of us, witnessing someone’s death can be a traumatizing experience. However, when you’ve been surrounded by it for a long period of time, it’s just “one of those days” and no big deal. This is what SudaneseReturnee discovered after spending years abroad in Europe and upon returning to Juba, Southern Sudan, a place that witnessed two decades of bloody war.
“We now have Sudan’s DailyVoices, a site powered by SocialRank (and which I requested the SocialRank team to make). Everyday it displays the top 15 popular posts and blogs on Sudan. How does it do that?,” reports Sudanese Thinker.
“A tale of two internet blockers: You block Blogspot, I block Boing Boing,” writes Andrew Heavens.