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18 November 2007

Stories from 18 November 2007

Iraq: Football Players Seek Asylum in Australia

Iran:No to Circus

Iran:Expensive dogs protect Ahmadinejad

Brazil: Recycling the idea of recycling

Lebanon: Compromise President

Brazil: Black Pride and the racism debate

From 1550 to 1888 at least 3 million Africans were brutally shipped to Brazil by the slave trade, making nearly half of all the slaves brought to South America. Most...

Jordan: My First Crush

Bahrain: Gas Deal with Iran

Bahrain: GulfRun Photos

Palestine: Crossing Checkpoints

Jordan: Election Watchdog

Morocco: Trampling Marakkesh

Marakkesh is regaining its days of glory as the Mecca of tourists. With new mentions in international media, what do Moroccan bloggers have to say about the influx of tourists...

Kuwait: Busy with Activities

It seems as if it's activity week in Kuwait. With cooler weather, Kuwait's bloggers are out of the doldrums and writing about their everyday activities. Kuwaiti blogger Abdullatof AlOmar has...

Armenia: Return of the King President

Levon Ter Petrosian, Opposition Rally, Liberty Square, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia Without a doubt, the most significant event this winter has been the return of the first president, Levon Ter...

Brazil: Updates from the BlogCamp BH

Brazil: Without internet for 95 hours, 43 min, 17 sec, and couting…

Brazil: First student radio celebrates gold anniversary

Laos: Development in Pakse

Philippines: Adsense Earnings Via Western Union

Nicaragua: Software Freedom Day Group Wins Award

Organizers of the Software Freedom Day in Managua, Nicaragua received some good news. Their event is similar to other events held around the world designed to introduce and discuss the...

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