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17 May 2008

Stories from 17 May 2008

Argentina: High Speed Train a Bad Idea

Iraq: BlogIraq is Dead

I am sad to report the death of Ahmed the writer of the blog BlogIraq who was murdered in the Al-Mansour district of Baghdad. May he rest in peace. Also,...

Venezuela: World Day Against Homphobia Events in Caracas

Lebanon: Agree or stay away

El Salvador: The Capital City's Vulnerability to Earthquakes

Brazil: Making your blog speak tongues

Armenia: Sirusho Eurovision Interview

Armenia: Sirusho Eurovision Rehearsal, Opposition Urges Boycott

Serbia: International Day Against Homophobia

On the International Day Against Homophobia, Serbian political activist and writer Jasmina Tesanovic re-posted a statement from Labris, a Serbian lesbian human rights organization, on her blog. Sinisa Boljanovic has...

Diaspora: Armenian-American Homophobia

Brazil: Brazilian Network of Virtual Memory

Armenia: News Roundups

Armenia: International Day Against Homophobia

China: Right Time to Question

Japan: Bloggers criticize Greenpeace over whale-meat theft

The reputation of Greenpeace Japan appears to have dropped a few notches this week, with news that the organization, in order to expose the theft of whale meat by crew...

China: Dealing with Negative Comments

Japan: Japan and the iPod

Ukraine: A Blog on Crimea and Crimean Tatars

Ukraine: 64th Anniversary of Sürgün

Slovakia: Foreigners

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