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10 October 2007

Stories from 10 October 2007

Europe: Eurovision's Changes

Due to the “east/west impasse” at the Eurovision Song Contest, the event's format changes beginning next year, Illyrian Gazette reports.

Moldova: Women's Representation

TOL's Moldova Matters reports: “At the present moment, women’ participation and representation in political and social spheres is far from satisfactory and equal. However, some inclinations to eradicate gender-biased approaches...

Belarus: “European Choice”

TOL's Belarus argues that the “European Choice” is actually “a ticket for Titanic.”

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Songs

Bosnia Blog writes about a song about Bosnia by the Cranberries’ – and another one, by an Italian rock band.

Bosnia & Herzegovina, USA: Immigration Fraud vs Genocide

“The U.S. courts charge Srebrenica genocide suspects for immigration fraud, but fail to prosecute them for war crimes,” writes Srebrenica Genocide Blog – and posts “an incomplete list of Srebrenica...

Bosnia & Herzegovina: ” Great Powers & Srebrenica Genocide”

Srebrenica Genocide Blog posts an interview with the former official spokesperson for the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia at the Hague – who claims that “France, Great Britain...

Bulgaria: Abandoned Children

Wanabehuman writes about a documentary on Bulgaria's abandoned children.

Ukraine: Marat Gelman's Notes

Marat Gelman - Russian blogger, art dealer and a retired spin doctor - shares a link to Boris Berezovsky's blog, posts a joke about George W. Bush, Vladimir Putin and...

Peru: How the Media Handled the Allegations Against Toledo

A Peruvian Congressman made allegations against former President Alejandro Toledo that he was involved in a rape of a young woman. Even though subsequent contradictory statements from the alleged victim...

Iran:Discover Tolouee's paintings

In Mideeast Youth you can discover a Tehran based artist and her creations:R.D.Tolouee.

Iran:Don't Attack Iran

Homeyra has published a link to the following article:”Leading Americans Ask U.S. Military to Refuse Orders to Attack Iran.”

Iran:Ali Farahbakhsh,economist journalist is free

Kosoof,a leading photo blogger,says an economic journalist, Ali Farahbakhsh,was released from Evin prison yesterday after spending 11 months in 209 and 350 divisions of this prison. He was charged with...

Bahrain: Non-Sectarian Mosque

Bahraini blogger Mahmood Al Yousif unveils plans to build the country's first non-sectarian mosque in this post.

Egypt: Fabricated Images

Egyptian blogger Malcolm X reviews newspaper images of Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and says (Ar) that they are fabricated – as they show the President in the same posture with...

Israel: OneVoice Movement

Israeli blogger Daniel Lubetzky draws our attention to an article worth reading about the OneVoice Movement.

Israel: English Interactive Map

Mia from Israel introduces us to an English interactive map of Israel.

Israel: Manning Security Check Points

Israeli A Soldier's Mother explains what it is for her son to work at a check point in this post. “What does it mean to man a checkpoint? Elie and...

Israel: Frustrating Cable

RR from Israel discusses her frustrations with the cable company in this post.

Israel: Pro-Israeli Blogs

Aussie Dave from Israel is looking for pro-Israeli blogs. “I would be interested in hearing from you – in the comments – as to which are your favorite pro-Israel blogs,...

Yemen: Freelancing Stint

Street Diary from Yemen discusses how he landed a freelancing job with a newspaper.

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