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5 April 2010

Stories from 5 April 2010

Lebanon: Dissemination of Information in the Arab World

Saudi Arabia: Someone tried to Hack into my Blog

Arab World: iPad Fever Grips Arabia

Quick to purchase the latest gadgets and show them off, some bloggers and Twitter users from the Arab world are doing the iPad justice. Here's what a Saudi student and...

Saudi Arabia: Religious Police in Trouble?

Saudi Arabia: At the Crossroads of Writing

Bahrain: Defending the Kingdom

Jordan: A Busy Week for Culture Vultures

Jordan: Facebook Page for Jordan Blogs

D.R. of Congo: Five misconceptions about Congo conflict

Nigeria: Leading Nigerian leftist gone

“Abubakar Rimi, arguably, northern Nigeria most visible politician of the leftist persuation died yesterday of “cardiac arrest” after witnessing an armed robbery episode. Rimi has been diabetic,” reports Chidi Opara.

Zambia: Failed education policy

Ethiopia: Art exhibition inspired by Ethiopian immigrants

South Africa: White supremacist leader killed

Sri Lanka: On Military Tourism

Bhutan: Education Is A Struggle

India: Wheat Harvest In North India

China: Lying society

China: A cadre died in police custody

Lebanon: First Muslim-Christian Feast

Lebanon: Chant and Scent

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