Stories from 8 January 2008
Sleeping With Pengovsky writes about a recent split in the Slovene National Party.
Gallimaufry is amused by unfortunate sentence construction in a Barbados daily…
OneVoice, an international movement to seek a peaceful solution to the Middle East crisis, explains its mission statement here.
El Opinador Compulsivo [es] posts a picture of the shrine to Gauchito Gil on the anniversary of his death. He is a revered figure for some Argentines and is believed...
What happens when there is a surge in electricity? Jordanian Moey paints the picture here.
Lebanese blogger Mustapha explains why US president George W Bush is not welcome in Lebanon in this post.
With less than two weeks to go before the start of the official pre-election campaign period for next month's presidential election in Armenia, Nazarian comments on the election manifesto of...
Bullfighting in Costa Rica should be eliminated, or at least regulated, according to Costa Rica en el Presente [es], especially due to the high rates of injury to the matador...
Desde El Tercer Piso [es] speculates on the next “outsider” to enter the Peruvian presidential politics for the elections in 2011. He wonders about the possibility of Antauro Humala.
VKpedia on how the low-price car is only going to add to the troubles of an already frail infrastructure in Indian cities.
The Economist declared Pakistan the most dangerous place – and readers at Metroblogging Islamabad respond to the same.
All Things Pakistan conducts a blogging experiment. Readers can write about which political party they support in the forthcoming electiosn and why, but not mention anything against any other party.
IndieQuill on the controversy filled start in the world of cricket. Australians, Indians and allegations of racism.