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12 April 2009

Stories from 12 April 2009

Palestine: A Visit To The West Bank

Bahrain: Celebrating Veganism

Thailand’s “colored” protesters

Red shirts. Yellow shirts. Blue Shirts. Pink Shirts. White Shirts. Orange Shirts. Purple Shirts. Black Shirts. Be careful what you wear in Thailand today. Your politics are determined by the...

Georgia: Civil disobedience

Georgia: Tbilisi protest update

Mexico: Foreign Artists Commenting on Internal Matters

French musician and activist Manu Chao was recently in Mexico, where he referred to the riots in Atenco to be an example of "state terrorism." As a result, there was...

Palestine: Separated By A Border

Bahrain: Unblock Political Websites

Palestine: Jerusalem As Arab Cultural Capital

Iran: “AP report on Iranian blogs is biased”

Georgia: Opposition rally attendances wane, tensions increase

Yesterday, thousands of demonstrators once again rallied in Tbilisi for a third day of protests demanding the resignation of the Georgian president, Mikhail Saakashvili. Bloggers continue to report on events...

Sri Lanka: Plights Of The IDPs

India: Indiblogger meet 2009

Predictions and Polls for the 2009 Lok Sabha Elections in India

The month long general elections to the 15th Lok Sabha start from April 16, and there is wide speculation on which party, or coalition, will emerge the winner, when the...

Argentina: A Wall Separating Two Neighborhoods in Buenos Aires

A wall built between two neighborhoods in northern Buenos Aires leaves residents and bloggers wondering whether this is the best way to combat crime or whether it just a way...

Serbia: Gypsies’ Houses Torn Down in Belgrade

This July, Belgrade will host the 25th World University Games, whose participants will stay in the newly-built University Village. There used to be some 350 Gypsy houses near that place,...

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