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18 July 2006

Stories from 18 July 2006

Serbia: Symbols of the 1990s (2)

India: Naxal Violence

Serbia: Kosovo Policewoman

Slovakia: Ruling Coalition

Romania: “Ask a Romanian”

Pakistan: Israel and the Arabs

Sri Lanka: To the passport office

India: Text on your phone

This week in Israel: War?!

Israel is at war and the Israeli blogosphere is on fire. There are so many posts to mention that I can hardly think where to start. Since the events of...

Voices from Zimbabwe and the Great Lakes

Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe's blogosphere has virtually been deflated by threats of new legislation allowing government to surreptitiously spy on people's cyber activities. Their numerous voices have been silenced leaving a marked...

China: How do you say RSS feed in Chinese again?

One day soon, when content flow between Chinese and English websites reaches a reciprocal balance, when newspapers, textbooks and bloggers everywhere go bilingual, how well-positioned will you be? It's not...

Iran: Ganji & Regime Change

Iran: 700 Clerics Bloggers

Nigeria, Ethiopia: Lebanon evacuations

Zimbabwe: Mugabe's speeches

African Union: Presidential decision

South Africa: Call for circumcision

Tanzania: Organic wine company

Polish Blogosphere Update

Better late than never… That's what PolBlog hopes bloggers will think in response to its latest foray into blogging technology. Its new “Talk Back Attack” features an audio comment option...

Racism: France and Zidane