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28 January 2009

Stories from 28 January 2009

Russia: Blog as Mass Media Outlet

Romania: Rural Life in the EU

Russia: Medvedev vs Putin's Espionage Law

Ukraine: Medical Center for Street Children

Latvia: Economy Update

Latvia: Flash Mob To Support Public Radio

Egypt: “Kleenex” Literature at the Cairo International Bookfair

With more than 15 new titles, Egyptian bloggers took the 2009 Cairo International Book Fair by storm. Conventional writers label bloggers' literature as “Kleenex” Literature. Marwa Rakha reviews reactions from...

Erin Brockovich wanted in Egypt

Egyptian Blogger sued for slander and looses. Zeinobia wrote about Tamer Mabrouk who blogs from Port Said and who published a report supported by photography showing how “Trust Chemical Industries”...

Pakistan: Lawyers And The President

Armenia: Open Letter Against Intolerance

Armenia: No PACE Sanctions

Sri Lanka: After The War

Armenia-Azerbaijan: Young Bloggers Bridge Geopolitical Divides

Nearly 15 years after a ceasefire agreement put the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed territory of Nagorno Karabakh on hold, a lasting peace remains elusive and few...

Bangladesh: The Current State Of Telecommunications

India: What does the fall of LTTE mean?

Bahamas: A Better Way

China: Name Change for the Minzu University of China

Trinidad & Tobago: New Grassroots Effort

Trinidad & Tobago: Pelham and Pan

Guyana: Going High-Tech

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