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2 June 2008

Stories from 2 June 2008

Moldova: Neutrality and Transnistria

Kuwait: Shaikh Saad Remembered

Kuwaitis are still mourning the death of their former ruler Shaikh Saad Al Abdulla Al Sabah. Abdullatif AlOmar brings us the reactions of Kuwait's bloggers in this post.

Egypt: Blogger Kareem El Beheiry released

Jordan: XBox Questions

Bahrain: In the Land of Law

Bahraini blogger Khalid is surprised with the knee jerk reactions taken by the government - after the Minister of Interior issued an order to ban issuing work permits for workers...

Dubai: Internet Problems

Yemen: Dinosaur Tracks Near Sana'a

Yemen's HIV Aids challenge

Israel: Visiting Jerusalem

Israel: Gay Marriages and the Torah

Israel: Respect from Arabs

Syria: No Shia'a Version for Holy Qur'an

Bahrain: Detainees at home and abroad

Last December, a number of Bahrainis were arrested following clashes between protestors and security forces, and many are still being detained. Allegations have been made that some of them are...

Armenia: E-Government

Pakistan: Blast outside Danish Embassy

Turkey: Barber to be Beheaded in Saudi Arabia

India: Spelling Bee in the US

Sri Lanka: On Journalism

Bangladesh: EU and Illegal Immigrants

Japan: Mixi and Anonymity

Mixi is Japan's most popular social networking service, with over ten million users. A new competitor has entered the scene, however, with Facebook having just having been localized to Japanese....

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