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3 October 2009

Stories from 3 October 2009

Hungary: Cycling Is “Chic” – but “Fascist”

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,...

Bahrain: The end of blogging

Algeria: Qadhafi at the UN

Bahrain: Top 50 Power List

Morocco: Mehdi ben Barka's disappearance

Bahrain: Bangkok Help?

Brazil: Honduran crisis triggers international relations debate

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.

Dubai: The Joy of Arabic Perfume

Arab World: Arabisk Dates Moved

Indonesia: Thousands still trapped under rubble

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...

Japan: Visiting Todaiji Temple