Stories from 3 October 2009
In the past three years the number of participants of the Budapest Critical Mass events has been growing, reaching some of 80,000 by April 2008. This year, on Sept. 22, they held another event to demonstrate the growing importance of cycling as an alternative form of urban transport.
Redbelt, from Bahrain, predicts the end of blogging .. as we know it.
The Moor Next Door, an Algerian-American blogger, comments on Libyan leader Muammar Qadhafi's appearance at the United Nations.
Bahrain's Top 50 power list? Ammaro shares his take in this post.
The Maghreb Politics Review announces: “Interpol will put out an arrest warrant for four Moroccans for the ‘disappearance’ of Mehdi ben Barka.”
Bahraini Mahmood Al Yousif is in Bangkok – and needs your help.
The Honduran crisis reached the Brazilian embassy in Tegucigalpa. In addition to newspapers and TV networks, Brazilian bloggers were triggered to discuss on international politics in South America.
Fashionnova Bahrain discovers the joy of concentrated Arab perfume during a trip to Dubai, UAE.
The last day of voting for Arab blogging contest Arabisk has been moved to 16:00 GMT, October 5, announced organisers (Ar).
More than 3,000 people are still trapped under rubble days after a 7.6-magnitude quake struck Indonesia. Indonesian bloggers are reacting to the latest earthquake disaster which killed at least 1,000 people in the country.
Yama explains [ja] in detail the architecture of Todaiji temple [ja] (東大寺) in Nara and of its Great Buddha Hall (大仏殿 Daibutsuden), the largest wooden building in the world. Pictures of the temple complex are also provided.