Deborah Ann Dilley · June, 2006

Occasionally authoring articles for the Turkish and Kurdish blogosphere coverage on Global Voices.

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Latest posts by Deborah Ann Dilley from June, 2006

Kurdistance:

No tricks or wittiness today folks, here is just the straight skinny on the Kurdish Blogosphere. Hiwa Hopes this week gives a great link to an article about the frustration of a Kurdish immigrant to the UK about the lack of mixer taps. And honestly, I didn't know that the...

Turkey is Typing…

This week, we are going to visit Turkish bloggers in alphabetical order! Are you excited! Amerikan Turk talks about his racing (bicycle) this week. He spent Father's Day in a local bike race and was planning on participating in another on this Sunday, although his plans might have been foiled...

Kurdistance:

Normally I try to find a reoccurring theme for my weeklies, however this week turned out to be a bit of a Kurdish hodge-podge. Sami from Iraqi Thoughts writes some ranting tidbits about Saddam, Al Zarqawi and his new outlook for the future: I think that I am chaning in...

Turkey is Typing….

So let's talk a little football shall we? There are two Turkish blogs in English that focus on the noble game: The Round Ball in Ankara and Gulay, Galatasaray and the Dogs. Of course they are not the only ones writing about soccer and the World Cup, Erkan's Field Diary...

Kurdistance: Wednesday?

Today is Wednesday, correct? I just came back from organizing a conference for work and well…my mental faculities are not up to their normal snuff. So today, we will quickly review the top five posts from the Kurdish blogosphere. #1-Sami from An Iraqi's Thoughts is back writing again after a...

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