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December, 2008

Stories from December, 2008

31 December 2008

Thailand: Text messages from the Prime Minister

Fiji: Offensive ads

Fiji: Dispute over local jobs

Myanmar: Pictures of fishing villages

Myanmar: Political prisoner commits suicide

Myanmar: Nine activists arrested during peaceful march

It’s not a happy new year for nine members of the National League for Democracy who were arrested near the Parliament building in Rangoon, Myanmar on Tuesday while demanding for...

From Britain to Morocco to Gaza

Reda Blog, on what connects Prince Edward's animal cruelty, the Moroccan police's crackdown on protesters, and the Gaza bombings.

Chile: Santa Claus the Bus Driver in Santiago

Moroccan, Tunisian bloggers on the Gaza bombings: ‘Innocents pay the price’

Continuing the coverage of reactions to Israel's bombing of Gaza, translations of what bloggers in Morrocco and Tunisia have written about the recent violence.

Russia: A Muslim Trade Union?

Chile: Creative Commons Licensed Album Nominated for Prize

30 December 2008

Egypt: Down sizing Car factory

Egypt: Solidarity with Palestine

Since they’ve heard, Egyptian Bloggers expressed their immediate solidarity with their Palestine brothers against the brutal attack. Everybody condemned the Siege, as well as the blind Israeli bombings that does...

India, Bangladesh: Explaining South Asian Politics

Pakistan: Remembering Benazir Bhutto

Bangladesh: A Landslide Victory Is Not A Mandate For One Party Anarchy

India: A Guide To The Biggest Moments in Indian blogging History

India: The Top Five Newsworthy Events in the Indian Blogosphere in 2008

Burning the Year Away: New Year Traditions

In many South American countries, it has become a tradition to burn human shaped representations of the previous year, as a way to get rid of everything bad that the...

Ghana: Tired of dirty politics

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