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14 November 2008

Stories from 14 November 2008

China: A new black business flourishes

Nagorno Karabakh: Selective Memory Loss

Armenia: Casinos

India: Landing on the Moon

Pakistan: A Military Perspective

India: Book of Ram

Bangladesh: Truth Accountability Commission Illegal?

Fiji: “Draconian Prosecution” of press

For the second time this month, Fiji’s military government has threatened to send a newspaper editor and its publisher to prison for publishing a letter to the editor alleged to...

Morocco: Hemline Indicator

Morocco: Bloggers Ignored by Film Festival

Egypt: No Manhood for the Manhood Drink!

Egypt has launched a fierce campaign against sexual harassment in the aftermath of the recent events written about here on Global Voices. But people working in the media industry do...

Rim Banna – A Voice from Palestine

Clueless came across Rim Banna's work recently and she was moved beyond the words on her blog. Marwa Rakha shares her story.

Egypt: Lawsuit calling for the devalidation of 25,000 Muslim Hadiths

Marwa Rakha translates for us today a post about an unusual lawsuit against Al Azhar University in Egypt calling for devalidation of 25,000 Muslim Hadiths. "Does Al Azhar have the...

Syria: Using ScribeFire

Anguilla, Trinidad & Tobago: Memories of The Abbey

Haiti: Dire Situation

Cuba: Castro's New Book

Jamaica: Only in Jamaica

Bahamas: Call of the Parrots

Barbados: Russian Teen Murdered

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