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3 May 2007

Stories from 3 May 2007

Abdel-Monem Mahmoud: the Egyptian totalitarian regime is the problem

As I promised in my last article “Online Freedom for All: Some cases worth supporting”, I’m publishing here the translation of the interview I did with the jailed Egyptian blogger...

India: UP Politics

India: A place to pray

India: Cartoons and White Women

Iran:Just a Kiss

Bangladesh: In 1971

Bangladesh: That nameless person

Barbados: Archiving the News

Poland: May Days

Ukraine: More Chernobyl Photos

New political movement: Chile Primero

A new political movement called Chile Primero is set to be a launched on May 12. Some Chilean politicians and some Chilean bloggers are ready to support this new party,...

Ukraine: Full Moon

Cuba: Airport Gunfight

Estonia, Russia: Ansip and Putin

Estonia, Russia: More on the Bronze Soldier

El Salvador: “War on Terrorism” Marks

Colombia: Five out of Five Cabbies Agree

Ethiopian blog blockage sparks free speech debate

Web watchdog the OpenNet Initiative this week confirmed that the Ethiopian government has been blocking scores of anti-government websites and millions of blogs hosted by Google’s Blogger service. Ethiopian bloggers...

Free Monem Campaign

Angola: Miss Landmine Angola Project sparks debate

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