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28 August 2008

Stories from 28 August 2008

Cape Verde: Blogger takes picture of filthy hospital lavatory

Iraq: “Egyptians Recruited to Iraq”

Iraq: Selling Fuel in Baghdad

Bahrain: Bogus Degrees

Jordan: Variety Show

Tunisia: Eleven Minutes

Dubai: Nugget full of Bone

Brazil: Digital TV with Digital Rights Managements

Georgia, Russia, Serbia: The Use (or Abuse) of Some Historical Facts?

Serbian bloggers follow closely the situation in the Caucasus region. Many of them compared and analyzed the Kosovo issue and the newest opportunities in South Ossetia. Some of them were...

Brazil: I want to live in Second Life

Guinea-Bissau: Travel Pictures

Bahrain: The high cost of Ramadan

Angola: Media shut up – again?

Saudi Arabia: Growing fewer dates

Bahrain: Fifth of population living in poverty

Western Sahara: Goodbye Peter Van Walsum

Moroccans at the Paralympics

Kenya: Reproductive Rights Bill Sparks Abortion Debate

A bill proposed by Kenyan women's rights groups, which would make it easier to have an abortion, has re-sparked the debate about legalizing abortion. The procedure is currently illegal in...

Pakistan: Women and Sports

Pakistan: Applying for NICOP

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