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9 July 2007

Stories from 9 July 2007

Libya: Blogging Addiction

A. Adam from Libya checks his blogging addiction here.

Morocco: Terror Alert

Morocco has raised its terrorism threat level to “maximum”, the highest category indicating a radical Islamist attack is expected imminently, reports The View from Fez.

Qatar : It's Educational

The academic year has come to an end in Qatar so it's a good time to look at what bloggers have been saying about education in the country. Qatar is...

EXCLUSIVE!–>Interview with the Host of the BBC-Award-Winning Citi FM Breakfast Show

The Trials and Tribulations of a Freshly-Arrived Denizen…posts an exclusive interview he conducted of Bernard Avle, the host of the CITI Breakfast Show, which won the BBC Radio Award for...

Iran:Dependence on oil revenues has increased

Ali Mazrooi,blogger and former deputy in Parliament writes[Fa] that despite government's claim, country's dependence on oil revenues has increased under Ahmadinejad.He says there are many lies in government's reports concerning...

Venezuela: Roger Santodomingo's Resignation from Noticiero Digital

Venezuelan journalist Roger Santodomingo felt the need to resign from his post as an editor with Noticiero Digital due to threats on his family. The site's forum was a place...

Iran:Graffitis in Streets

Irangraffiti presents several photos of graffitis that we can find on the walls of streets in Tehran.

Iran:A man was Stoned

According to Meydaan,Jafar Kiani was stoned on Thursday July 5th.His partner, Mokarrameh Ebrahimi, could have a similar fate if we do not act now! Jafar Kiani and his partner, Mokarrameh...

Ukraine: Krayina Mriy Photos

LJ user drugoi posts wonderful photos from the Krayina Mriy (”Dream Country”) world music festival that took place in Kyiv this past weekend.

Czech Rebublic: Football

The Voice of Europe writes about football in the Czech Republic.

Russia: Corruption Not a Problem?

The nEUrosis feels that Russia may not be as corrupt as it seems: “So why are Westerners so convinced of Russia’s rampant corruption problem? Probably because they pay a lot...

Serbia: The Rolling Stones to Perform July 14

The nEUrosis views the upcoming concert of the Rolling Stones in Serbia as “a reliable benchmark that my country is on a secure way towards the EU integration or perhaps...

Czech Rebublic: 07/07/07 Weddings

My Czech Republic Blog writes about the 07/07/07 “wedding mania” in Prague.

Croatia: “Thompson International”

Illyrian Gazette writes on media coverage of the controversial Croatian musician's concert tour.

Poland: Live Earth Not Relevant?

The beatroot writes about the Polish view of the Live Earth events: “In a country that has been starved of economic development like Poland and the rest of the old...

Botswana: make a monthly donation to people living with AIDS

You can make a monthly donation to people living with AIDS in Nata village, Botswana through Nata Village blog: “We are now accepting monthly donation payments! We are starting off...

Poland: Photo Report From Nurses’ Strike

The beatroot posts a photo report from the ‘White City’ in Warsaw, where “close to three weeks on strike and camped opposite the main government offices, the nurses refuse to...

Romania: 1000 Szekely Girls Festival and More

Csikszereda Musings posts some photos, including those from the “1000 Szekely Girls” festival and from a local farmers’ market.

Ukraine: One-Day Trip to Chernobyl

MoldovAnn takes her father on a one-day excursion to the Chornobyl Exclusion Zone – and posts pictures.

Russia: White Night Graduation

Darkness at Noon posts pictures of St. Petersburg high school graduates’ celebration that took place during this year's White Nights season.

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