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15 March 2009

Stories from 15 March 2009

El Salvador: Blogger Thoughts Before the Elections

Bloggers are playing a large part in the debate about today's presidential elections in El Salvador. Some are marked by confrontation and others have more conciliatory tone, but the majority...

Morocco: First Full-Time Arab Blogger?

Jordan: Online Petition in Support of Journalist

Israel: Cynical News

Palestine: The Occupation and Women

Lebanon: Graffiti in Hamra Street

Lebanon: “Help” censored

Iran: In Defence of the Bahá'í Minority

The Bahá'í minority in Iran has long been under pressure, and it seems the situation has become worse. Iranian authorities recently accused seven leaders of the Bahá'í faith of espionage....

Honduras: Bridge Blog from Tegucigalpa

Jordan: Billionaires Drop

Jordan: Day Against Cyber Censorship

Jordan: New Facebook Design

Kuwait: Vintage Pictures

Kuwait: Tribute to Fashion Blogger

Syria: Stock Market Reopens

Palestine: West Bank Obstacles

Lebanon: Pink Taxis for the Ladies

Lebanon: Ends blog to delete past

Lebanon: Demonstrating for Migrant Workers rights

Bangladesh: Photo Essay On Biri Siri

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