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11 December 2008

Stories from 11 December 2008

Korea as a Multi-Ethnic Country

A daily newspaper, Hankyoreh, which is categorized as a progressive newspaper (or sometimes left-wing) introduced a series of articles, ‘Multi-Culturalism is Our Future.’ [KR] Korea, where one culture and one...

Dominican Republic: Thoughts on the Local Film Industry

Argentina: Human Rights Declaration

Argentina: Strange Case of Gerez Forgotten by the Public

Nigeria: James Iroha Uchechukwu wins photography prize

Zimbabwe: Human Rights Day in Bulawayo

Eritrea: Architecture in Asmara

Middle East: Snapshots of Eid

For millions of Muslims around the world, Eid Al Adha was a time for celebrations, family gatherings and reflections on the occasion. Here's a snapshot of reactions from bloggers in...

Egypt: Free Hoder

UAE: The Best and Worst Airports

Taiwan: The government could not wait to harvest wild strawberries

The forced eviction of Wild Strawberries Movement at the Freedom Square this morning (Dec 11), just a few hours after the International Human Rights Day, shows the Taiwan government's hypocrisy...

The Difference Between Greece and Egypt

Bahrain: Special Shaikh Sooka?

Bahrain: The Ignored Generation

Kuwait: Marzouq Goes to Hajj

Iraq: Not in the Mood for Eid and Special Occasions

Muslims around the world are marking Eid Al Adha, a religious festival which marks the willingness of Abraham to sacrifice his son to Allah and the end of the Hajj...

Russia: Nikolay Ozerov

Western Sahara: Controversy Over McDonald's Maps

The Moroccan McDonald's franchise faced controversy last week after it released a children's “Happy Meal” toy which included a map of Morocco. The borders on the map separated Western Sahara...

Israel: Looking for Love? Start Blogging

Palestine: Israeli Raid Ruins Lunchtime