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7 September 2010

Stories from 7 September 2010

Honduras: September in History

Costa Rica: Use of Social Networks in the Country

Argentina: President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner Joins Twitter

Azerbaijan: Baku welcomes the world's highest flag… and a strong wind

After the significant expense of participating in the Eurovision song contest and holding the annual Flower Festival, oil-rich Azerbaijan keeps on surprising the world. Last week, for example, the world's...

MENA: Voicing Support for Arrested Bahraini Blogger Ali Abdulemam

Outrage over the arrest of Bahraini human rights activist and blogger Ali Abdulemam has sparked an outpouring of support from around the world.

Puerto Rico: Conversation, Critique, Banter and Fun on the Net

One hundred forty characters were not enough. This is why a group of bloggers, social media savants, and pop culture junkies from Puerto Rico decided to expand the conversations they...

Cuba: Prince Claus Award

Israel: Israeli scientists claim proof that Arabic is “hard for brain”

A recent study claims to have proved its hypothesis that reading Arabic is harder for the brain than reading Hebrew or English. Gabriel Nada brings us reactions from netizens.

Trinidad & Tobago: On Boscoe

Lebanon: The blogsphere in numbers and infographics

Barbados: Times Have Changed

Jamaica: Pottinger the Pioneer

Jamaica, Barbados: Social Crisis

Pakistan: Journalist Umar Cheema Abused And Threatened

Liberia: Peace Education in Liberian Schools

Kenya: Hail the mobile phone

Bhutan: Writing Own Book Of Destiny

Nigeria: Why Should We Have Cholera in 2010?

Seychelles: Monitoring Seychelles Turtles

Madagascar: The Forgotten Crisis

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