Stories from 25 June 2007
Iranian Woman says I guess we have to be proud that we are a basement culture. That we are something to your face and different in your absence.
Korosuh Ziabari says[Fa] Iranian TV shows the same clichés about social related issues for last 50 years.
Seabee from Dubai links to a story about how a bolt of lightning killed 16 camels near a farmland off Ghayathi in the Western Region of Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Subzero Blue from Tunisia highly recommends watching the comedies produced by Axis of Evil. “Comedy is one of the best ways to bring people together, making them able to look...
Wu Wei reports on the shutdown of a historical restaurant in Vilnius.
Mr.Behi, an Iranian blogger, has published several beautiful photos from Libya in his blog. He says I hope this can capture the changes that this country is going through.
East Ethnia quotes a local author on what awaits Croatia if Feral Tribune is not rescued: “Croatia will be exactly the same, only there will be nobody to tell it.”
TOL's Romantic pays tribute to the recently deceased prominent Romano scholar Jan Kochanowski.
This past week (June 18-21) leaders of CARICOM met with President George W. Bush and other top U.S. government officials in Washington as part of the Conference on the Caribbean....
TOL's Romantic writes about Roma representatives in the Hungarian government and parliament.
Wassim from Syria gives us a bird's view into the life of Iraqi prostitutes in Syria, claiming that there are around 50,000 of them in his country.
Perpetual Refugee, from Lebanon, discusses the antics and politics of Lebanese living in diaspora here.
Palestinian blogger Haitham Sabbah links to an article which explains why the captors of kidnapped British journalist Alan Johnston are afraid to release him.
Samir R, from Jordan, tells us why he will never eat anything he hasn't seen prepared in front of him here.
Charles Levinston briefs us on what is expected from an Arab Summit at Sharm El Sheikh on the latest Palestinian infighting.
Alive in Baghdad brings us a video of a protest in Adhamiya earlier this year against the arrest of Iraqi women.
Iraqpundit explains what anti-war arguments on Capitol Hill mean to average Iraqis here.