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27 August 2006

Stories from 27 August 2006

Blogging the Week in Peru

Este artículo también está disponible es español. These past few days, apart from the appointments of new government employees, it has been President Garcia's dogged persistence in fulfilling some of...

Iran: Iranian second- rate citizens & Lebanon

Irane Emrouz writes the Speaker of Iranian Parliament has said that Iran will construct all destroyed houses in Lebanon. The blogger adds in our country there are many second -rate...

Iraq: Wearing t-shirt with Arabic script, in America, means you are a suspected terrorist

On a trip back from the Middle East, Iraqi blogger and activist Raed Jarrar was not allowed to board a flight at JFK airport because he was wearing a t-shirt...

What Salvadoran bloggers are saying — anti-terrorism law

El Salvador has a legislative National Assembly where no party holds absolute sway. While the majority of deputies are from parties which will work with the President Saca's ARENA party,...

African Women This Month

Literature, music and blog redesigns are three of the themes in the African women's blogosphere this month. Molara Wood and Mama's Junkyard have both redesigned their blogs. Molara has chosen...

Africa: An inefficient method of allocating resources

“It does not take advanced training in economics to know that corruption is an inefficient method of allocating resources …” says BusinessinAfrica report, Paiting Africa with the corruptor's brush, cited...

Tanzania: Royalties for the first time

For the first time, Tanzania's musicians get their royalties, reports Tanzania's leading photoblogger, Issa Michuzi.

Kenya: Emillion lies

Foot-In-Mouth on “emillion lies.” Emilio is the name of Mwai Kibaki, the President of Kenya.

Zimbabwe: Something extraodinary is going to happen

Eddie Cross, the spokesperson for Zimbabwe's Movement for Democratic Change believes that something extraodinary is going to happen in Zimbabwe to end Zanu PF's rule.

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