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18 December 2008

Stories from 18 December 2008

Sri Lanka: Troubles At School Final

Bhutan: Assaults On Wives

India: Media to Self Censor

Media Re:public report released

Media Re:public, a project of the The Berkman Center for Internet and Society, today released their long-awaited report on the state of networked digital media. The report, “Media Re:public, News...

Cameroon: Africa's “Liberation Theologian” Jean-Marc Ela dies

Iran: A Long and Painful Story of Jailed Bloggers

Iranian blogger and journalist, Omid Reza Mirsyafi, was sentenced to two and a half years of prison this week. He stands accused of insulting religious leaders, and engaging in propaganda...

Cameroon: Concern for freedom

Though Cameroon is not the focus of world attention, some recent blog posts question the reality of freedom in this African country. On his blog [fr], Édouard Tamba worries about...

Abu Hadeed: Egypt's first Computer Game

Egyptian President Mubarak is not among the world's top 10 dictators

Eman Hashim blogs against Berlitz Egypt

Has corruption tarnished Berlitz Egypt's reputation? Egyptian blogger Eman Hashim wrote on facebook and on her blog wondering how come her students received their grades and certificates when she never...

Jordanian Bloggers React To Bush's Shoegate

While a week has yet to pass since US President Bush faced a shoe flying in his direction from an Iraqi journalist during a press conference, the Jordanian blogosphere is...

Gambia: Tribute to slain journalist Deyda Hydara

Cameroon: Internet scams

China: Mapping the hurt feelings of the Chinese people

Trinidad & Tobago: Where is the Love?

Dominica: The Buggery Law

Haiti: UN Occupation

Cuba: The Crowing Rooster

Barbados: Assets & Orientation

Bermuda: Leader of the Pack

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