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16 September 2008

Stories from 16 September 2008

Syria: No Chrome for Syrians

Azerbaijan: Gay Artist Detained in UK

Ukraine, Romania: Snake Island Dispute

Suez Canal donates 1,000,000 Egyptian Pounds to Doweika Victims

Like Asser Mattar, many Egyptians were happy to find out that Suez Canal canceled its annual celebration on September 14 to donate a total of one million Egyptian Pounds to...

Bangladesh: Money vs. Country

Pakistan: rape and silence of the society

Puerto Rico: Real ID is really intrusive

Puerto Rican bloggers are calling attention to the government's latest deed, the application of the Real ID Act to the island's drivers. The Real ID, which has come under fire...

South African Cartoonist Takes on ANC President

ANC President, Jacob Zuma, was recently back in the headlines as his trial on charges for corruption, amongst other things, was thrown out of court to the dismay of many...

Kuwait and Ramadan

It has been a busy Ramadan in Kuwait, with the collapse of the Stock Exchange, social activities and artistic creativity. Abdullatif Al Omar digs into Kuwaiti blogs to bring us...

Estonia, Latvia: iPhone

Macedonia, Romania: Computer Literacy; Creative Commons

The Balkans: Subotica Mosque; Balkan Muslims

Dominica: Longevity

Cuba: Assessing the Damage

Trinidad & Tobago: Hot, Hot, Hot!

Czech Republic: Interview With Lonely Planet's Author

Zimbabwe: Full Text of Agreement

Cuba, South Africa: Castro Wins Award

Latvia: Stradini Hospital

Latvia: Death Penalty

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