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· May, 2012

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Stories about English from May, 2012

31 May 2012

Kazakhstan: 12 Border Guards Found Dead After a Blaze

Sri Lanka: The Difficulty Of Getting A Chinese Visa

Nepal: Will Presidential Rule Work?

India: User's guide to Indian free speech

Armenia-Azerbaijan: Eurovision Propaganda Fail

Bangladesh: Justice For The Rape Victims Of The Liberation War

Cuba: Bloggers Discuss Mariela Castro's US Visit

On the heels of United States President Barack Obama's support for gay marriage, Mariela Castro, the daughter of Cuban President Raul Castro and Director of the country's Centro Nacional de...

Pakistan: The Hazara Killings – Why Is The World Silent?

The Hazara minority in Pakistan have been suffering from sectarian violence and targeted killings by the extremist terrorist outfits in the past decade. Netizens protest the failure to nab the...

Russia: #OccupySeliger?

RuNet Echo

Earlier this week, blogger and photographer Dmitri Ternovsky starred in the latest Nashi controversy, announcing on that he has agreed to lead the "Politics and Civic Society" section of pro-Kremlin...

Afghanistan: Will Kabul Follow in Washington's Federal Footsteps?

At a meeting earlier this year, prominent Afghan opposition leaders called for restructuring the country's political system along federal lines. Now Facebook users in the country discuss the pros and...

Uzbekistan: Facebook Clone is Launched

North Korean Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur Dishing up Dollars?

Trinidad & Tobago: What Have We Accomplished?

South Sudan: Blogging the Newest Country in the World

South Sudan declared its independence on 9 July 2011 to become the world's newest country. We have compiled a list of blogs with regular reports, analyses, updates, and opinions relating...

Syria: Curating @TweetWeekSyria

China: Weibo Censorship Pattern

Lesotho: Lesotho vs Corruption

Africa: Young Farmers Idea Contest

El Salvador: Documentary Planned on Women of the Civil War

A crowdfunded campaign aims to record the stories of the women who took part of the Salvadorean Civil War (1980–1992), who are now leading their communities for peace, equality and...

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