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24 July 2009

Stories from 24 July 2009

Hungary, Bolivia: Update on Rózsa-Flores’ Case

Belarus: Flooded Streets of Minsk

Palestine: Back Home In Gaza

Palestine: No Security

Palestine: Indigenous Solidarity

Palestine: Photos Of Gaza

Palestine: A Gazan Haircut

Egypt: “Fifty-seven years after the coup and we still are not able cope”

On the 57th anniversary of their revolution, Egyptians are still evaluating and debating how this historic event that started with the military coup d’etat has changed the their lives, and...

Morocco: A Decade with Mohammed VI

When in July 1999, king Mohammed VI of Morocco ascended to the throne, the expectations for change and progress were such that many international observers foresaw an albeit difficult but...

Africa: The arrival of Seacom cable sparks debate

The arrival of an undersea cable that will increase bandwidth and lower Internet access costs throughout Africa has sparked debate and interest in the African blogoshere. Seacom, which links South...

Jamaica: Mento Master Missed

Cuba: Political Arrests

Pakistan: Rain In Karachi

Jamaica, U.S.A.: Fatherly Advice

Bermuda: The Race Card

Bangladesh: Photos Of Solar Eclipse

India: The Chakmas Of Mizoram

Azerbaijan: Fighting mirrors

China: Chinese Internet Memes For 2009

Japan: Mizuhiki twine art

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