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13 May 2007

Stories from 13 May 2007

Iran:Free Haleh Esfandiari

Iran:Free Places for Lebanese Publishers

Iran:Life is Insecure

Fiji: Blogging Suspect Detained.

Thailand: Jail for Youtube Fans

Singapore: Interviewing Web 2.0 Hackers

Cambodia: Visit Russian Market to beat Deadline

Cambodia: Young People and Information Technology

Brunei: Eating Out

Lebanon: On Freedom, War and Olive Oil

The upcoming Lebanese presidential election, the Winograd Report regarding the Israeli July 2006 war on Lebanon, Lebanese agricultural products, Syrian workers, freedom of speech and freedom to blog in the...

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

There's never is a dull moment in Iraq and bloggers tell us why. This week's quick round up of Iraqi blogs discusses venturing out of your house in a war-torn...

Syria: A Black Week for Freedom, Back to Our Golan and Censorship

It has been a particularly rough week for Syria and Syrian bloggers are venting out their frustration at the imprisonment of human rights activist Dr Kamal Labwani for 12 years,...

Africa: African computer games

Africa: African fashion meets urban design

Africa: PayPal expanding into Africa

Egypt: Last Chance for Kareem in Court

Japan's Pacifist Constitution, 60 Years Later

Early last week on May 3rd, amid widespread debate and discussion on the topic, Japan celebrated the 60th anniversary of its constitution. The anniversary comes at a time when Japanese...