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9 April 2009

Stories from 9 April 2009

Bahamas: A Free Society?

Trinidad & Tobago: Socialist State?

Jordan: University Radio Hits Airwaves

Jordan: Corruption in Amman's Municipality?

Iraq: Front pages of Iraqi Newspapers Six Years Later

Cuba: 10th Havana Biennial

Jamaica: Matters of Spirit

Guyana: Single Parents

Iran: A blogger freed on bail

South Africa: Yet Another Jacob Zuma Fiasco…

The hottest topic circulating the South African blogosphere is none other than the infamous Jacob Zuma (yes, him again). This time, the ANC President is making headlines not for any...

Iran: Freegate is accessible again

Palestine: Misconceptions Regarding Criticism of Hamas

Jerusalem: Palm Sunday Procession

Palestine: Meeting Hagg Ayoub

Palestine: A Third Intifada?

Bahrain: The Real Highway Code?

Kazakhstan: Educational deadlock

Translation of the Adam's post Two popular Kazakhstani bloggers – dass and megakhuimyak – are discussing the problems of education these days. The first is concerned over this topic because...

Moldova: Overview of Blog Coverage of the Protests

For all the attention given to the impact of social media on the protests in Moldova in the past few days, there were people both in and outside Moldova who...

China: Health Care Reform

China: A Satire That Caused an Uproar in Both China and The Philippines

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