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4 January 2008

Stories from 4 January 2008

Bahrain: The Arabic language – two for the price of one!

Happy New Year from Bahrain! This week we have reflections on the year gone by, and plans for the one to come. A number of bloggers have complaints about the...

Morocco: Celebrating the New Year, Part 2

In my last post, I looked at Moroccan bloggers' wishes for 2008. Here is another look at the blogoma's hopes and dreams for the new year.

Georgia: Calm Before The Storm?

Global Voices: A review of 2007, and big plans for 2008

No one could have predicted that a post on Chinese ant farmers would become the most read story on Global Voices in 2007. The top stories on this website were...

Armenia: Honesty

Nagorno Karabakh: Ultimatum

Angola: What I do not want for 2008

Cape Verde: The future of politics

Mozambique: Indigence and neglect

Mozambique: Let us exist please

Malaysia: Sorry For The Wrong Reason

Singapore: Bathing Birds

Sri Lanka: A 1000 days of Kottu

Sri Lanka: Peace in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka: Army and the LTTE

Palestine: Peace is the Solution

Pakistan: On Borders

Pakistan: The other issues

Palestine: New Year's Surprise

Oman: New Year's Resolutions

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