Today on the Web: Net users react to the withdrawal of US troops from Iraqi towns and cities; bloggers debate Bernard Madoff's sentencing to 150 year in prison; and Shaquille O'Neal challenges the world's best basketball player.
In this edition: Despite threats from the authorities, Iranian opponents continue their online battle; Italian net users express their exasperation in the face of Silvio Berlusconi’s escapades; ‘All For Good’ promotes online charity work.
In today's round-up of the Web: Iranian authorities' refusal to annul the results of a disputed presidential election has not dampened online mobilisation; and Net users express growing concern over a recent spate of deadly attacks in Iraq.
In this edition: the Web rallies for Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who celebrates her 64th birthday Friday. In the US, the Web echoes the concern of many Americans about the US president’s economic policies.
In this edition: Iranian web users keep mobilising despite the measures taken by the regime to restrict web access; the Chinese blogosphere rejoices as a raped woman who murdered her attacker escapes jail; the Lithuanian pianist cat.
In this edition: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's recent speech causes mixed reactions on the Web;
Nepalese net users react to the border dispute with India; Michael Moore previews his latest film online.