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17 June 2009

Stories from 17 June 2009

Egypt: Friends in Jerusalem

Qatar: Log Book for Bar Patrons

Morocco: Local Elections Results

Morocco: Lost Affection with the Silver Screen

UK: Romanians Attacked in Belfast

Pakistan: Chinese And Japanese Characters On Public Transport

Bhutan: Unmatchable Rural Hospitality

Iran:'Football players support protest movement’

Iran: Islamist bloggers react to protest movement

As protests grow in Iran against the June 12 presidential election results that declare Mahmoud Ahmadinejad the winner, some Islamist bloggers explain why they believe his opponent Mir Hussein Mousavi...

Costa Rica: Chairs, Posters, and Lamps on Exhibit

A curious collection of chairs, posters, and lamps called 300% Spanish Design, is currently on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design in San José, Costa Rica.. The...

Bermuda: Guantanamo Protest

As Bermudians continue to react - unfavourably for the most part - to their government's acceptance of former Guantanamo Bay detainees as full citizens of the tiny island, bloggers comment...

China: Missiles threaten Taiwan and more

Pakistan: Volunteers For IDPs in Swat Region

Turks & Caicos: Battle with Britain

Trinidad & Tobago: Creative Prosperity

India: Mob Justice

Trinidad & Tobago: Smelter & Democracy

Guyana: Domestic Violence Tweets

Iran: Revolutionary Guard cautions bloggers

lran: Tohidloo, reformist blogger arrested