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9 September 2009

Stories from 9 September 2009

Albania: Enver Hoxha

Hungary: Budapest Gay Pride Parade Protected

Marietta Le reports on the blog coverage of the 14th Gay Pride March, which took place in Budapest on Sept. 5 under increased police protection.

Jordan: No to Bad Internet!

Palestine: Travelers Say Israel is Illegally Denying Access

Travelers to the Palestinian West Bank are now facing new restrictions. Visas obtained from Israeli consulates for their visit are stamped "Palestinian Authority areas only" in violation of the 1995...

Ukraine: Prices, Earnings and iPods

Ukraine: Art Arsenal

Ukraine: First Day of School

Eastern Europe: WWII and the Jews

Egypt: Bad Boys Who do not Moderate Blog Comments

Journalist and blogger Khaled El Balshy has recently been subpoenaed by State Security and charged of slander because he did not delete a “bad” comment that was left on one...

Puerto Rico: Superaquello Explores Cyberspace

Superaquello is one of Puerto Rico's most beloved alternative bands. Their experimental mix of traditional pop, electronic music, and typical Puerto Rican rhythms have hypnotized music lovers since the band...

Trinidad & Tobago: Driving It Home

Cuba: “Let Juanes Come!”

Jamaica, Barbados: Sandiford Speaks

Costa Rica: Web 2.0 on a Sunday Morning

Costa Rican bloggers, twitter users and other internet enthusiasts enjoyed their own first Domingo En La Mañana (Sunday Morning) on August 30, 2009, where they shared knowledge and experience with...

Belarus: Google Translations

Russia: VKontakte To Expand Internationally?

Sri Lanka: Liberalizing The Economy

Maldives: Arabization Of Dhivehi Language

Bangladesh: New Paradigm Of Microcredit

India: Blogs And Ad-revenues