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13 August 2008

Stories from 13 August 2008

Georgia, Russia: Governments Unable to Protect Civilians

Ukrainian journalist Ihor Lutsenko - LJ user igordaily - has just returned from an assignment in Georgia. Below is one the latest posts on his blog, about the plight of...

Georgia: Gori Bombing, Refugee Situation Update

Iran: Three Student activists are out of jail

Iran: A conservative site was filtered

Mozambique: Light at the end of the tunnel

Sweden and Switzerland have announced budget support cuts to Mozambique, over claims of lack of progress from the country's government in fighting corruption. Was it actually better for the country?...

Ukraine: Government Position Towards Georgia

Uganda: R.I.P kampala.ver

Tanzania: Warm roast tomato and onion salad

Nigeria: Contribute to Hausa projects

Nigeria: Nigerian Stock Exchange results

Estonia: Fame in a Small Country

USA: Blogging for Anglican Inclusion of LGTB Priests and Bishops

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transsexual priests and bishops made efficient use of citizen media to support their campaign for inclusion in the Anglican Church at the recent Lambeth Conference, a...

Georgia: Zugdidi

Sri Lanka: Against Media

India: Trouble in Kashmir

South Asia: For Obama

Bahrain: Strange numbers, strange calls

Haiti: Olympic Potential

Saudi Arabia: Whither Saudi blogging?

Saudi Arabia has a large and active blogosphere, in which all kinds of voices and opinions can be heard, including opinions that cannot be expressed in the country's media. But...

Trinidad & Tobago, Nigeria: Interconnectedness

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