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24 September 2006

Stories from 24 September 2006

Cambodia: Expanding Blogosphere

  24 September 2006

The blogosphere in Cambodia is growing rapidly and it includes both the locals and expats. Details are Sketchy introduces some new blogs from Cambodia.

Nigeria: former military dictator to run for presidency?

  24 September 2006

A cancer to return to the heart of Nigeria?, asks Black Star Journal: “I guess this begs the question: is the development of democracy in Nigeria so stunted that in a country of 130 million inhabitants, the only people qualified to seek the federal republic's highest office are ex-military dictators...

Syrian Blogsphere in a Week

  24 September 2006

To kick off this week, Ghalia welcomes the holy month of Ramadan in her special way, with another beautiful shot of her camera… “Ramadan is the (month) in which was sent down the Qur-an, as a guide to mankind, also Clear (Signs) for guidance and judgment (between right and wrong)…”...

Hungary: Budapest's “Watergate”

  24 September 2006

As the first week of the Budapest protests ends and what seems to be “the Watergate case of Hungary” hasn't been resolved, Henrik of Hungarian Accent writes about “the violence, the lies, the media and the path ahead.”

Global Food Blog Report #33

  24 September 2006

#1: From Sri Lanka, Janin's between Colombo and Wherever cooks up an interesting dish: Lazy rice! Lazy Rice is the euphemism used for Sri lankan fried rice often made using the leftovers of the previous night including leftover rice. Much alike our blogosphere pundits who ruminate over the leftover arguments...

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