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18 February 2008

Stories from 18 February 2008

Ukraine: Baloha's New Project; Rudkovsky's Crime

Slovenia: Keeping Quiet in China

Czech Republic: Klaus Re-Elected

Poland: U.S. Satellite Fears

Russia: Medvedev's “Vision”

Saudi Arabia: No Coffee for Women

Morocco: Fun Day at the Fair

Jordan: Injaz Al Arab

Bahrain: Stupid Blogs

Jordan: Traffic Woes

Qatar: Who Speaks for Muslims?

Editorial Transparency in Qatar

A misunderstanding around the safety of bottle water in Qatar (it's fine!) has led to an interesting conversation about the quality of the English language press in Qatar. Comments were...

Iran:A film about “friendly” violence

Sri Lanka: Not Obama

Pakistan: Voting, Elections and Counting

As people in Pakistan were out voting today, the blogosphere discusses the elections. All Things Pakistan, is following the elections and urges its readers to share their accounts. We are...

South Asia: Against domestic violence

Bahamas: Thoughts on Bribery

Trinidad & Tobago: Vision for Development?

Madagascar: Cyclone Ivan Wrecking Havoc.

Tropical Cyclone Ivan has landfalled in the Northeastern region of Madagascar on February, 17th and it is now categorized as a category 4 Hurricane. (via meteo france) Even though Madagascar...

Palestine: Internet is Racist

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