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3 January 2008

Stories from 3 January 2008

Abu Aardvark: Control of Bloggers ‘Predictable’

Kuwait: Editor in Court

Kuwait: Video Bloggers in Kuwait.

Arabeyes: Have a Spectacular New Year!

New Year's is the time to reflect on the past and make new resolutions for the future. What are bloggers from the Arab world saying as the world bids 2007...

Egyptian judiciary grants electronic publications rights

Brazil: Facebook in a nice fix

Bangladesh: On Rickshaws

Argentina: 20 years of the El Mate free movie and animation school

Children between 8 and 17 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, have been learning how to animate and film movies in the 20 year old El Mate Film School, with an abundant...

Angola: List of blogs and websites

Iraq: One Year After Saddam

Iraq: Are US Presidential Candidates for Real?

Bahrain: The Truth about Lies

Egypt: 2007 Blacklist

Caribbean: 2007 – The Year of Elections

What was potentially the Caribbean post that had the most impact in 2007? Janine Mendes-Franco gives a quick roundup of the big regional stories of the past year.

South Asia: Dynasties and Democracy

Sri Lanka: Protecting human rights

Bangladesh: Labour Riots

The Musee Guimet affair: Part Deux

Last week we reported about the bloggers reactions on the controversies surrounding the exhibition of the masterpieces of Ganges in Musée Guimet of France from the collections of the Bangladesh...

Sri Lanka: Bomb Blast

Turkey: Armenian History