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9 January 2011

Stories from 9 January 2011

Japan: Android Conference

Arab World: “Stop Crying Over Sudan”

Today's independence referendum in Sudan has put the country on the radar in the Arabic twitterosphere. From Saudi Arabia to Palestine, Arab tweeps are discussing Sudan's unity, division and resources.

Lebanon: Negotiating the fate of STL

Egypt: An Open Letter to Egyptian Christians

Egyptian blogger Sherif, also known as Ibn AbdelAziz, offers his condolences (Ar) to Christian Egyptians, after the deadly Alexandria church explosion on New Year's eve in this post Mohamed ElGohary...

Lebanon: Snow Finally

Lebanon: Architecture and Environment

Lebanon: Fighting Drugs

Japan: Being Neighborly

Cape Verde: Alcoholism and the Youth

Brazil: Feminazis and the reaction of the Blogsphere

A controversy erupted in the blogsphere as well as on Twitter, about the term "Feminazi" - the entire discussion began after Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks leader, was arrested for allegedly...

Brazil: Open letter urging inclusive policies on culture

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