This is how I and thousands have lived and fought against the tyrannic regime the latest day. World exclusive text in Arabic from the author and doctor Nawal El Saadawi (79), Cairo, Egypt: الثورة المصرية تضع قيما وعقدا اجتماعيا جديدا
The Mubarak media propagate lies to hide their crimes: Over 400 young Egyptians killed the last days. We need the world media to tell the truth about the regime now!
This weekend, Burma VJ might win an Oscar. But don't tell the regime in Rangoon. They rather give the audience TV soaps, which are making the Burmese fans of anything from South Korea.
In Azerbaijan a corrupt regime is thriving. Western countries could have been a driving force for democracy in the region. Instead, they focus on their own oil interests.
Read the column in Spanish below: "Capitalismo a medias. La sociedad cubana vive sustentada en la explotación del hombre por el Estado."
Nobel Peace Prize winner Barack Obama didn´t pronounce the word «human rights» correctly in Beijing. But I´m not disappointed. That´s exactly what I expected.
The Fort Hood-shooting in Texas made me re-think the usual conventions. Namely: A Norwegian social scientist understands me far more than the Muslim guys whom the government officials usually meet.
Another human rights activist and friend of my own newspaper, Novaya Gazeta, has been killed in Russia. It's worse than during the Soviet era. Read the column in Russian: России были убиты шесть журналистов, праозащитников и оппозиционных политиков. К сожалению, это не только жуткая статистика.
It′s better to cover men′s eyes than women′s bodies. Today′s conception of honour is based on a lie. Read the column in Arabic below: عنى الشرف هذه الأيام يتحول الى معتقدات خاطئة
لماذا لا تغطى اعين الرجال بدلا من تغطية جسم النساء
We who voted in the Afghan elections, have been betrayed. It´s time for a new strategy: To isolate Taliban from the politics.
Iranian women were not only the first victims of the Islamic revolution, they were also the first ones to take up the fight.
The political and economical crisis has turned Zimbabwe into a nation of innovators.
There is a striking similarity between the hijab and make up.