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10 November 2005

Stories from 10 November 2005

Chile: Ibero-American Congress of Digital Journalism

Japan, Brazil: Japan's Ethnic Media

Chile: The Worlds biggest Firefox Party?

Guyana: Compiling Guayana News with SuprGlu

Kiswahili blogosphere this week

It looks as if the controversial Zanzibar presidential election will be discussed by Tanzanian bloggers for a long time. Kasri la Mwanazuo, a Tanzanian Kiswahili instructor and journalist based in...

Jordanian Bloggers React to Amman Bombings

Child carrying sign that says “No to Terrorism, down with terrorism and Zarqawi” by Lina Ejeilat from the Amman Demonstrations Flickr Set. The Jordanian community is in a state of...

Peru, Japan: Is Alberto Fujimori Japanese?

Morocco: Prisoner's Fast Off

Lebanon: Asad Speech

Iraq: Appeal from “Doctors for Iraq”

Egypt: Parliamentary Elections

Bahrain: Demonstrations

African Diaspora

Zanzibar elections

Malawi Blogosphere

South Africa: Burning trains

Nigeria – WSIS

Zimbabwe: US ambassador

Ethiopian Jews

Ken Saro Wiwa

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