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16 June 2007

Stories from 16 June 2007

Iran:Rugby Sevens Competition and Photos

Iran:UK Queen's party and protesters

Kuwait: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

This week's Kuwaiti blog posts swing from good to bad .. sometimes just plain ugly, writes Abdullatif AlOmar. In good news, read how Filipinos in the Emirate celebrated their country's...

Japan: Confidential Police Files Leaked, Again

What do a group of sex crime victims, police informants, traffic violators, members of Japan's largest crime syndicate and a man being stalked by his girlfriend all have in common...

Arabeyes: The Power of Fatwas

The stir caused by a fatwa or legal opinion by an Islamic scholar, which allows women to breast feed their male colleagues doesn't seem to want to die down. Two...

Oman: Post-Gonu Reflections

Life is slowly returning to normal in Muscat and the rest of Oman two weeks after the Sultanate was hit by deadly tropical Cyclone Gonu, which left about 50 people...

Bahrain: Don't Press ‘Forward’, Press ‘Search’

What do Bahrainis think of conspiracy theories? How pleased are they with the services their ministries offer and the statements coming out of their ministers' mouths? And what does a...

Yemen: Hadramut's Social Structure

Qatar: US Threat to Al Jazeera

Israel: Is the West Bank Next?

Palestine: Fighting for Nothing

Jordan: Swedes In Love With Lebanese Food

Iraq: Human Life Has No Value

Palestine: Call to International Community

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