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29 October 2007

Stories from 29 October 2007

Russia: Litvinenko With MI6?

Russia: Artists for Khodorkovsky, Against Putin

Russia, Ukraine: Corrupt Traffic Police

Russia: Campaign Singing

Poland: Roman Giertych's Out of Politics

Poland: Islamic Cultural Center in Krakow?

Bahrain: Three Journalists Fined

Armenia: Gender Politics

Bahrain: Designer Items

Algeria: Daniel Pipes Talk

Brazil: “Haiti is here, Haiti is not here”

Haiti has become a regularly commented on issue on the Brazilian blogosphere. The special connection between Brazil and Haiti was initiated in 2004, when Brazilian troops started to participate in...

Armenia: The Numbers Game

Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood

Tarek Amr shares with us the thoughts of an Egyptian blogger (Ar) about Islamic political parties in this post, which sheds light on the Muslim Brotherhood, its ideologies and impact...

Lebanon: Arts and Artists

The Lebanese blogosphere is not solely composed of political blogs you know, and thank God for that. Some artists are using blogs to display their paintings, music and other artistic...

Israel: When Yigal Murdered Rabin

Last week marked the 12th anniversary of the murder of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. Gilad Lotan translates a blog from Hebrew which sheds light on the celebrations which broke...

Turkey: An Armenian in Istanbul

Georgia: “Radical” Opposition

Morocco: Stop Internet Censorship!

In March of 2006, Livejournal, the popular blogging site, was blocked by the state-controlled telecommunications provider Maroc Telecom (a subsidiary of Vivendi International), depriving Moroccan citizens of access to the...

Armenia: Parliamentary Killings Anniversary

Pakistan: Weeping for the Fatherland