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24 October 2008

Stories from 24 October 2008

Iraq: Assassination for All Iraqi Interpreters!!!

This is the view that Iraqi Interpreter took of a decision made by the commander of the Multinational Forces in Iraq. Under a new rule, Iraqis who work alongside American...

Sri Lanka: Debate on Peace and Conflict

Bhutan: Religion and Environment

Speaking of Sexual Harassment: Noha makes Egyptians proud!

In an unprecedented case, sexual harasser Sherif Gommaa was sentenced to three years behind bars, hard labour, and was also ordered to pay 5,001 Egyptian pounds fine to Noha Roshdy...

Egypt: Blogosphere's Godparents Going South

Manalaa (i.e. Manal and Alaa) the godparents of the Egyptian blogosphere - are going to live in South Africa for a while, and Alaa has written a post [Ar] describing...

Jamaica: Inaccurate Ranking?

Cuba: Categorizing

Belize: More Floods

Cuba: Ties That Bind?

Bermuda: Speech, Boy!

Jamaica: See Me, Come Live With Me

Talking to Guyanese litblogger Charmaine Valere

Guyanese Charmaine Valere has lived in the US for over twenty years, but she remains deeply engaged with her home country and its cultural debates via her literary blog, Signifyin'...

Nigerian Blogger Arrested For Sponsoring a ‘Guerilla News Agency’

Nigerian blogger, Jonathan Elendu, has been arrested by the State Security Service (SSS), the federal security enforcement agency in Nigeria. Jonathan Elendu created Elendu Reports in 2005. It is an...

Bangladesh: A blog about the movie “Monpura”

Japan: Top 100 Hot Entries on Hatena Bookmarks

Azerbaijan: Life as an OSCE Election Observer

Croatia: More on Ivo Pukanić's Death

Croatia: Car Bomb Assassination of Journalists Ivo Pukanić & Niko Franjić

Zagreb, Croatia's capital, was stunned by a car bomb attack directed at newspaper publisher and editor-in-chief Ivo Pukanić, which killed both him and fellow journalist Niko Franjić on Thursday.

Ghana: Supporters of Two Main Parties Clash

Nigeria: Blogger Arrested

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