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2 January 2006

Stories from 2 January 2006

Afghan Whispers

Taliban & Schools: Afghan women and girls were routinely victimized under the Taliban, who even denied them the right to go to school. President Karzai's government has given girls the...

Chile: The Year in Review

Este artículo también está disponible en español. Chilean blogger, Julio Frank S. recently looked back over his archives and selected his most pointed posts (ES) of the past year. In...

Brazil: Favela Funk

Guatemala: 80's Commercials

Argentina: Carlos Tevez Voted Best Football Player of the Year

Americas: Remembering 2005 and Predicting 2006

Iran: Journal Banned

This Week in Palestinian Blogs: Occupy Me With Peace

Happy new prosperous year from KABOBfest and Haitham Sabbah. The Palestinian Blogosphere wish that 2006 would bring with it pleasant surprises and help us get over last year's misfortunes. And...

China: Anti's Blog Shut?

China: Locust of Asia

Indonesia: Bomb in Sulawesi

Indonesia: Jakartass’ Blog Awards

Japan: History Lessons

Syria: Why Khaddam?

India: The world is no better

Bangladesh: The year that was

Bangladesh: Women and rights

Nepal: Best and the Worst

Pakistan: Hijab And Decency

Bahrainis disillusioned with government and opposition

Another week of turmoil in the tiny country. An opposition figure's detention sparks riots at the sole international airport resulting in public property damage and several arrests.

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