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7 July 2007

Stories from 7 July 2007

Morocco: Summer Heat and the Heat of Debates

This week in the Anglophone Moroccan blogosphere, the heat is on as the temperatures rise and bloggers debate about the place of Moroccan Arabic.

Palestine: Palestinians Celebrate Alan Johnston's Release

From the sad news of a death of a 31-year-old mother waiting to cross into Palestine from the Rafah Crossing to celebrations over the release of kidnapped BBC journalist Alan...

Kuwait: Summer Is Officially Here

Summer has officially started in Kuwait and bloggers are debating where the best places to escape the summer heat are. Is it better to find a safe haven to cool...

El Salvador: Videos of Recent Protests

Tanzania: Tanzania blogger sells photo from his blog

Tanzania: the implications of sending refugees home

Cameroon: the rise of Cameroonian film industry

Angola: introduction to Angolan music

Peru: National Team Survives and Moves on to Quarterfinals

After a great start to the Copa America football tournament, the Peruvian National Team barely squeaked by after tying neighboring Bolivia. As a result, many Peruvian bloggers took the National...

Iran:A worker activist in danger

South Africa: center to study China/Africa relationship

Blogging for social change: Interview with Jeff Msangi

Jeff Msangi is a columnist for a Tanzanian daily,Tanzania Daima. He has been a blogger since 2005. He blogs in Swahili at Harakati and in English at Proud African. His...

Iran:Cyclists for peace

Jordan: Summer Activities

Kuwait: The Closet Dilemma

Iraq: Passing Exams

Tunisia: Arab Youth Bloggers Network

Bahrain: DJ Tiesto's Performance Fiasco

Algeria: Why Terrorism?

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