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7 July 2008

Stories from 7 July 2008

Bulgaria: Bojidar Antonov

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Chemical Weapons; Dutch Graffiti

Ukraine, Russia: Integrum Technologies Ordeal

Russia: TNK-BP; Khodorkovsky

Lithuania: Hackers’ Attack

Poland, U.S.: Missile Shield Opposition

Belarus: Change

U.S.: Lara Vapnyar's Fiction

A Sudanese Touristic Destination and Sudanese-American Soccer

These last few weeks there was no distinct event that captured the attention of the Sudanese blogosphere. So, what I have here for you today is a nice and simple...

Bahrain: Broken promises?

Bahrain: Playing the blame game

Cuba: Ties with the US

China: Citizen journalists prepare for the Olympics

Footloose citizen reporter Zuola has said [zh] he's going to be there, religious extremists are going to be there, foreign media seem to be looking for local stringers, and cutting-edge...

China: Is Sarkozy the problem with Sino-French relations?

'Liberty, Equality and Fraternity, what intoxicating words! So why is there still so much animosity between China and France?'

Pakistan: Bomb Blasts in Karachi

Pakistan: Suicide Bomber

Pakistan: Comparing Weddings

Bangladesh: Load Shedding

Palestine: Journalist Mohammed Omer awarded, then beaten

Mohammed Omer is a 24-year-old journalist from Rafah, on the Gaza Strip. He was recently awarded the Martha Gellhorn Award for outstanding journalism, but upon returning to Gaza, was detained...

Morocco: An Interview with Sandy McCutcheon

The View from Fez is arguably the most popular English-language blog in Morocco, and one which is oft-quoted on Global Voices. Since its inception in 2005, the blog has had...