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4 August 2007

Stories from 4 August 2007

Hundreds of bloggers support jailed students in Iran

A group of Iranian bloggers have started a movement to remember and create awareness about several university students that have been arrested in recent months, including three who are still...

Iran:Watch Farshid Mesghali's sculptures

Russia: Notes From Irkutsk and Poronaysk

Two more sketches from Oleg Klimov, Siberia-born photographer and blogger who has been traveling across Russia since June 23: the first excerpt is about Siberia and its people; the second...

Bahrain: Meet the Bloggers!

Thursday 2 August saw the 31st gathering of Bahrain's bloggers, and instead of giving you a summary of blog posts this week, Ayesha Saldanha is going to introduce you to...

Senegal to raise airport tax

A Harry Potter addict suffers in Martinique

Harijaka sumarizes TED Talks in French

Barbados: Crop Over Marred by Crashes

Crop Over is one of Barbados' most beloved festivals. But the event that grabbed headlines this year was not the opening gala or the Pic-O-De-Crop calypso competition. It was the...

Africa: “Hippo behavior” in non-profit sector

Africa: Will technology solve Africa's problems?

Malawi: Street that stinks

Kenya: Why political parties have failed Kenyans

Nigeria: In defence of the Nigerian Super Blog

Africa: The next area of financing for SMEs

Africa: African music meets China

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