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Jennifer Brea · December, 2008

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Latest posts by Jennifer Brea from December, 2008

31 December 2008

From Britain to Morocco to Gaza

Reda Blog, on what connects Prince Edward's animal cruelty, the Moroccan police's crackdown on protesters, and the Gaza bombings.

Moroccan, Tunisian bloggers on the Gaza bombings: ‘Innocents pay the price’

Continuing the coverage of reactions to Israel's bombing of Gaza, translations of what bloggers in Morrocco and Tunisia have written about the recent violence.

27 December 2008

Is France ready for a black president?

In the age of Obama, is France ready for a Black president?

26 December 2008

DRC: Football match to raise money for war-ravaged Kivu

Martiniquan blogger remembers Eartha Kitt

DRC: A “Gloomy” Christmas in Kinshasa

Cedric Kalonji writes about his "gloomy" Christmas in Kinshasa. With the economic crisis, it seemed like many kinois weren't up for celebrating.

14 December 2008

Furor Over Tunisian Blog Awards Censorship

The Tunisian blogosphere is up in arms over this year's annual Tunisian Blog Awards.  They accuse organizers of soliciting the participation of corporate sponsors Topnet and l'ATB, at the price of free...

2 December 2008

DRC: Cartoons satirize Congolese politics

It's been just one month since Congolese President Joseph Kabila named a new government in an effort to quell mounting criticism over his inability to quell rebel violence in the...

Cote d'Ivoire: Ivorian blogger wins BOB

Cameroon's rich and powerful

Cameroonian blogger Le blog du Prési… lists Cameroon's rich and powerful. Average profile: an octogenarian currently or formerly in government, who is likely to have seen the inside of a...