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· August, 2010

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Stories about English from August, 2010

30 August 2010

Armenia-Azerbaijan: More dialogue through film

With national television in Armenia and Azerbaijan controlled by the authorities or government-linked individuals, there is little opportunity for independent reporting. Now more objective and human interest stories can be...

Caribbean: “Earl” Watch

It's that time again: Hurricane season. Regional bloggers, having been affected by brutal storms in the past, are keeping a watchful eye on Hurricane Earl, which has now been classified...

Western Europe: A journey through tech for transparency projects

Technology for Transparency Network

Sylwia Presley takes us on a tour of technology for transparency projects in Western Europe.

Ghana: Photos of Ghanaians threatened with relocation

Ghana: Former President Connects With People On Facebook

It has been almost a year and half since John Kufuor respectfully handed over power to Ghanaian President Atta Mills. Despite leaving office, Kufuor still sees the need to communicate...

Zambia: Abuse of copyright rules online

Cuba: Naming Names

Trinidad & Tobago: Music Royalties

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Welectricity

Trinidad & Tobago, Guyana: Ramadan Cake Recipe

Latin America: Blogging at Los Superdemokraticos

Cuba: Interrogation

China: Blogger Fang Zhouzi was attacked

China: Tibetan blogosphere

Australia Still Waiting for a New Government

A week after its election, Australia is waiting for a new government. Neither side won a majority of the 150 House of Representative seats. Bloggers have been busy speculating not...

South Korea: Government Plan To Increase Cigarette Price Meets Public Backlash

South Korea’s health department announced on tripling the price of cigarettes to curb the nation’s high smoking rate, prompting a new round of cigarette price disputes online. Many Koreans agree...

Africa: Maker Faire Africa 2010: First Day

Kenya: My Take on Ngugi Wa Thiong'o's Autobiography

Japan: Web Startups Present at WISH 2010

The second edition of the web industry event WISH was held on August 28th, and hundreds gathered to hear a panel discussion by industry leaders and 14 presentations by startup...

East Timor: Narrowing the Digital Divide in Images