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10 February 2008

Stories from 10 February 2008

Iraq: End life, killed laughter

So says HNK. The world media seems to treat the Northern Iraqi city, Mosul, as more of a footnote their in the stream of news. Giving no more than a...

Growing Up Blogging in Rural Uruguay

Rising Voices grantee Pablo Flores, who is in charge of the implementation of the One Laptop Per Child program in Uruguay, believes that the XO laptop is more than just...

Hindi Blogosphere: Ad Revenue, Bollywood and other stories

A number of bloggers writing in English have no problem in putting up adverts and a lot of them generate decent enough revenue from their blogs. But the problem comes...

Spreading the word about indigenous rights in Republic of Congo

Dubai: Act of Kindness

Dubai: Cold Again

Qatar: Salaries and Cars

Qatar: Harassed while Walking

Lebanon: Fairouz Attacked for Singing in Syria

Egypt: New Limits on Satellite TV

Egypt: Wael Abbas in the US Press

Bahrain: Saudi Change

Lebanon: Winograd's Lamentations

Armenia: Election European Youth Press Monitoring

Armenia: Fire at Ministry of Justice

Armenia: Rallies, Revolution & the Numbers Game

The Armenian Patchwork posts photographs from major rallies staged in Yerevan’s Liberty Square by two of the country’s nine candidates for the 19 February presidential election in Armenia. On Friday,...

Armenia: Radical Opposition Momentum

Armenia: Quote of the Day

South Africa: Web startups to watch

Armenia: Nationalist Politics?

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