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2 August 2009

Stories from 2 August 2009

Iran: Iranian Republic a new slogan

Korea: Anti-Mother Internet Cafe

A teenager made an internet cafe (internet club) with the name of ‘Anti-Mother Cafe’ and many young people joined it. As we can see from the name, it is for...

Lebanon: Armenian quarter

Morocco: “I'm a 9 Per Cent!”

The Moroccan government's decision to block from circulation the August issue of two prominent magazines, seem to have set the local blogosphere ablaze. Bloggers react to the news.