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22 April 2009

Stories from 22 April 2009

Sri Lanka: Internet Strengthens Democracy

Pakistan: Why Talibans are Getting Support in Swat?

Egypt/Morocco: New Technical blogs in Arabic

Egypt: “I heart Egypt”

Egypt: Bringing authors and bloggers together

India: Election Cartoons

MENA: Reflections on Durban II

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's speech, and the way European Union representatives reacted to it at the United Nations Conference on Racism in Geneva (Durban II), has stirred debates among bloggers...

India: More Slumdog Millionaire Drama

Bangladesh: To Protect Nesting Sparrows

Brazil: Judicial decisions, a growing threat to online freedom

When it comes to freedom on the Internet, Brazil is a free country according to recent report. However, bloggers face a growing threat from judicial decisions leading to content censorship...

Morocco: Faces from Yemen

Egypt: Excuse for Syrian ban of Facebook “Stupid”

Morocco: Media on Trial

UAE: Why are Iraqi Gays being Killed?

Kuwait: The Fanatics of this World

Saudi Arabia: Temporary Marriages or Prostitution?

Bahrain: Submissions for Bitfilm Open

Saudi Arabia: First Women-only Fashion Show Held

Liberia: 5th person takes US$10,000

Liberia: What is the truth about arms discovery?

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