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21 June 2007

Stories from 21 June 2007

Bahrain: Thoughts on the One Per Cent

Damaged Arab Music

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

“To light a candle is much better than cursing the darkness.”So signed off Ausama on his last video for Hometown Baghdad.Today I will concentrate my post on reactions to the...

Arabeyes: Arabs Should Talk to Each Other Rather than the West

Arabs should open up avenues of dialogue amongst themselves before starting conversations with Europeans and the West, writes Batir Wardam from Jordan. Why? He explains his stance in the following...

Egypt: Blogger is Released, Court Case to Block 50 Blogs, Press Attacked By Bloggers and More

In this week’s round-up from Egypt, Big Pharaoh is back, bloggers are unhappy with the Press, a blogger who was arrested last week is now free, public opinion is not...

First Night Against Françafrique

Cuba: Pirates of the Caribbean?

Colombia: Pixelazo New Media Urban Lab and Medellín Blogger Meetup

Colombia has been enjoying a flurry of new media-related activities. Last week was the MedalloBloguero (the city of Medellin´s blog community) beers and blogs, where Colombian bloggers in the city...

Trinidad & Tobago: WICB Administrative Bungle

Bahamas: Understanding Race

Barbados: CARICOM Meets With Bush

Bahamas: The Importance of Preservation

Iran:Juvenile Executions,a Record

Sri Lanka: Being young through War and Peace

Sayanthan, a talented Sri Lankan Tamil blogger based in Switzerland is famous for his entertaining podcasts. His blog is usually full of enthralling anecdotes. Today, he posted a thought provoking...

South Korea: the Mismatch between an Imagined North Korea and the Real Role of the USFK

Japan: Pearl Harbor Never Happened

Korea: Rubber Shoes Redesigned

Myanmar: Leadership Skill Training Workshop

Proud Myanmarese without Electricity?

China: Beijing Billboard