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19 November 2005

Stories from 19 November 2005

Sympathy for Jordan, a political surprise and rallying for Rabin's memory

This week’s post focuses on reactions in the Israeli blogosphere to three events: the suicide bombings in Amman; the election of Amir Peretz as head of the Labour Party; and...

Sri Lanka: Post Election Blues and Reflections

t Election Blues and Reflections

From the Jordanian Blogosphere

“Candle Light Vigil in Amman” by Isam Bayazidi Amongst anger, grief, the detaining of the female accomplice, demonstrations all around the world, new claims released by Al-Qaeda, the week after...

Turkey is Talking….

Every once in a while you find a statement from someone far away that captures the universality of the life we live in these modern times…I found this gem from...

News from Chinese Blogosphere

1. Blog Auction:A T-shirt that was signed by participants of CnBloggerCon was auctioned on the official blog(in ZH). The revenue would contribute to two online charity projects: Simling Library and...

Cambodia Water Festival Highlights

The Water Festival (“Bon Om Tuk”), the most exuberant festival in Cambodia, took place on November 15-17th. According to Jinja, the Festival marks the start of the dry season and...