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22 December 2008

Stories from 22 December 2008

Sri Lanka: The Siemens Bribery Scandal

Pakistan: The forgotten silence of 1971

Pakistan: Airforce On High Alert!

Bangladesh: A Change Is Required

India: The ‘Conspicuous’ Indian Elites

Morocco: Out with the old, in with the new

Turkey: An Online Apology to Armenia Campaign

Turkey: A New Take on the Gingerbread House

Kurdistance: Celebrating the Night of Winter

Turkey: Campaign for a Joint-Commission on the Armenian Question

Saudi Arabia: The return of public cinemas?

Public cinemas have been banned in Saudi Arabia for the last 30 years, and if residents of the kingdom want to watch films on the big screen, they travel to...

Saudi Arabia: The problems of women in medicine

Palestine: No falafels in Gaza

Barbados: Journalists Arrested

The Barbadian blogosphere is an uproar following the arrest of two mainstream media journalists - a move that bloggers are interpreting as an assault on press freedom.

Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago: Stanford's Legends

Jamaica: Christmas Present

Trinidad & Tobago: Earthquake & Flood

Barbados, St. Kitts & Nevis: Murderer Executed

Jamaica: Half & Half

Ecuador: The Passing of Ex-President León Febres Cordero

Ecuador's former President León Febres Cordero passed away this week and many of the country's bloggers are providing thoughts about his legacy. Some are giving him more credit for his...

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