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17 August 2008

Stories from 17 August 2008

Palestine: H Daboor at the Islamic University

Remembering a Childhood in Serbia

Czech Republic: History Happens on 8

Reasons for the Latvian-Georgian Friendship

Brazil: Farewell to Dorival Caymmi

Jamaica: One Gold; Two Silvers

Blogger of the Week: Lydia Beyoud

Today's Blogger of the Week is Lydia Beyoud - a writer and listener at heart, and a thinker, who has recently become a doer. This is how the blogger, who...

Angola, Brazil: A culture shock divide

Angola and Brazil's special relationship means that business between the two former Portuguese colonies is booming - as well as migration both ways across the Atlantic. But, how are these...

Egypt: A Letter to Obama

Egypt: Protesting European Embassies

Egypt: Farewell Twitter SMS

A few days ago, Egypt woke up to the sad news that Twitter is no longer delivering outbound SMS to few countries, including Egypt. Lasto Adri reviews the Egyptian blogosphere,...

Egypt's first Septuplets

Jordan: No Free SMS Tweets for Arabia

Bahrain: Code of Ethics Site Launched

Egypt: Shut Up and Rule

Egypt: Alone in New York?

Peru: One Year After the Pisco Earthquake

One year after a powerful earthquake struck the southern part of Peru, many bloggers look back and note the lack of progress. Most of the blame falls on the local,...

Caribbean: Lightning Bolt Strikes Beijing

This post is going to be as long as Jamaican Usain Bolt's sprint to 100m-dash Olympic glory was short and ever-so sweet - because Caribbean bloggers still have not come...

Haiti, Cuba: Tropical Storm Fay

Palestine: Is literature in Gaza dead?

With the death of Mahmoud Darwish, the Arab world has mourned the loss of one of its greatest poets. However some Palestinians have been critical of Darwish. One Gazan blogger...

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