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Tuesday World Blog Roundup

Dubai
Middle East:
Firas Georges of Iraq&Iraqis reflects on Iraq's future from Dubai while on his first-ever vacation outside of Iraq. (Photo of Emirates Towers, Dubai, by Saudi)

Iraq the Model gives an English summary of a firsthand blog account in Arabic about a freshly discovered mass grave.

Riverbend of Baghdad Burning describes how one family narrowly escapes tragedy from a nearby car bomb.

Silly Bahraini Girl: “World Press Freedom Day My Foot…

A Kuwaiti Online is concerned about the bad treatment of foreign workers and residents in Kuwait.
Kuwait now has 168 blogs. Go Kuwaiti bloggers!!


Central Asia:

Afghan Warrior on continued violence and an increase in Taliban attacks.

Blogrel tells us about the thousands of poverty-stricken Armenian children who live like orphans in institutions, but who aren't actually orphans.

South Asia:
Dak Bangla on the regional arms market for Asia's forgotten wars.

AnarCapLip believes poverty in India is decreasing.

East Asia
EastSouthWestNorth (ESWN) of China asks provocatively: “why does the Chinese-interested blogosphere takes such pleasure in going after the official Chinese media but ignore the lies that appear on the so-called ‘dissident’ websites?”

Japundit says that in Japan and South Korea, Greenpeace lacks relevance and credibility.

Europe:
Finland for Thought argues about racism.

Africa:
Black Looks talks about death from botched abortions in Africa.

Subzero Blue has photos of the Tunisian bloggers’ meetup.

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