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19 January 2008

Stories from 19 January 2008

Iran:Kamran Ashtary's Photos,a world not to miss

Iran:Ashura in Photos

St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Barbados: Elections

Puerto Rico: Sexual Politics

"Hey mom what’s an abortion? Have you ever had one? Um yeah, and I thought of aborting you." Puerto Rican bloggers grapple with questions of feminism, reproductive rights, and gay...

Bahamas, USA: Obama's Impact

Barbados: Boys’ Club?

Trinidad & Tobago: Lara Hurt

Haiti: National Assembly Opens

Kenya: Artists help to heal wounds

Kenya: Mapping the dark and the light

Kenya: From ODM to Icarus

Central Africa Republic: Prime Minister resigns

Bloggers discuss the sacking of the Governor of Bank of Tanzania

Tanzanian Swahili bloggers are discussing the sacking of the Governor of the Bank of Tanzania and the brutal attack on two investigative journalists.

Armenia/Turkey: Remembering Hrant Dink

Armenia: Election Symbolism & Slogans

Armenia: Vote Bribes

China: The Vagrants behind the Wall

Beijing, the host of 2008 Summer Olympics, is trying to show every bright aspect of its stable and harmonious to the whole world, however, when you are almost convinced by...

China: A melee in and out of the college

A physical brawl between a college profeesor and his girl student in class incurred unusually opposite voices. The situation was even more complicated due to the resignation of another professor...

A “Robot” for Analyzing the Persian Blogosphere

Arash Kamangir, is a very active Canada-based Iranian blogger who has contributed to several internet projects such as Balatarin, an Iranian version of Digg. He just launched an innovative project...

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