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24 February 2008

Stories from 24 February 2008

Japan: More views on alleged rape in Okinawa

Armenia: Life Continues

Armenia: Election Disgrace

East Timor: Would it be possible to hold elections earlier?

Brazil: Human rights groups united against extermination groups

Mozambique: Demanding un update on the children trafficking case

Iraq: F*** you Washington Post… says Raed Jarrar. Today's post features voices from the edge. Sunshine is waiting for the war on her doorstep to end and writes of her hopes and aspirations; Last...

Morocco: No Justice for Fouad Mourtada

Is creating a Facebook profile of a famous entity a crime? Although it's been done to nearly every major celebrity (a quick search for "George W. Bush" garners over 500...

Angola: Condolences message

Abu Aardvark: Doha Notes

Saudi Arabia: Cairo Visit

Egypt: Free Khaled Hamza

Armenia: Women March for Ter-Petrossian

Iran:Governor of Basra accused Iran of plotting his assassination

Nigeria/Kenya: Why is Odinga meeting Obasanjo?

Nigeria: Nigeria's youngest painter

Armenia: Post-Election Confusion

The groundswell of opposition to AFRICOM from African bloggers

At the tail-end of U.S. President George Bush’s six-day, five-country farewell tour of Africa came the announcement the Pentagon’s plans for a second U.S. military base on the continent of...

Armenia: Exit Polls

Cuba: More Reactions to Castro's Retirement

Four days after Fidel Castro announced that he would not accept another term as a president after almost half a century in power, the Cuban blogosphere continues to be abuzz...

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