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18 October 2007

Stories from 18 October 2007

Japan: Employers to start reporting non-Japanese employees

Macedonia: Toše Proeski

Russia: Internet Users

Russia: Bukovski

Russia, England: Football

Russia, Iran: Putin in Tehran

Ukraine: Tragedy in Dnipropetrovsk

On Oct. 13, a gas explosion destroyed much of a 10-story apartment building in Dnipropetrovsk, killing at least 23 people (including seven children). LJ user didaio (Denis Davydov) has been...

India: The nuclear deal and the PM

Bangladesh: Questions for the Army Chief

Pakistan: Bomb Blasts in Karachi

Pakistan: Return of Benazir

Contrivance and Controversy as Brazilian Media Cover Urban Violence

In Brazil last week, it was difficult to find blogs that did not post about the debate over the causes of urban violence. It all began on the web when...

Egypt: New Age of Phone Greetings

With Eid finally wrapped up and out of the way, Egyptian blogger Tarek Amr (Ar) takes time off to study the history of greetings - from the age of problematic...

Arabeyes: After Facebook, Comes Hatebook

After Facebook, come the Hatebook. Following is what two bloggers, from Tunisia and Oman, have to say about the new sites - and

Taiwan: “Lust, Cautioin” and Debate on Patriotic traitor

Al Ain: No for Touristy Junk

Dubai: Clean Streets?

Jordan: Australian Blogger Turns 108

Qatar: Al Jazeera and the Washington Post

Jordan: New Blog for Amman

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