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· November, 2011

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Stories about English from November, 2011

29 November 2011

Nepal: Constituent Assembly Extended For Six Months

El Salvador: ‘Encachimbados’ Lead Occupy Movement

Malaysia: Protesting the Peaceful Assembly Bill

The Malaysian Parliament has approved the controversial Peaceful Assembly Bill which critics believe will make it difficult for citizens to organize protest assemblies. Netizens used the #pa2011 hashtag to express...

ActionAid: halve world hunger by 2015

Trinidad & Tobago: Online Safety

Cuba: Mariela's Red Light Comment

St. Lucia: Looking Good for St. Lucia Labour Party

Barbados: Response to Crime Affecting Tourism?

Jamaica: Sabina Park & Lawrence Rowe

Guyana: Calling Violence Against Women by Name

Zambia: Netizens Weigh in on Fight Against Corruption

Since the Patriotic Front won this year's election, Zambia has been heading in a new direction. What seems to be of great interest is the single-minded focus of the new...

China: Sina's Credibility Crisis

China: Economic News Roundup

China: Regulation on Entertainment excessiveness

North Korea Ranked 3rd in Deforestation

Mexico: Government Considers Legal Actions Against Citizens Demanding ICC Probe

The Mexican government has rejected war crime allegations and threatened to use legal actions against citizens that filed a complaint at the ICC against the President, top government officials, and...

28 November 2011

East Timor: Building One Country Out of Many Languages

When East Timor became an independent country in 2002, both the Tetum and Portuguese languages were chosen as official for the newborn country. Nevertheless, the number of national languages is...

Guatemala: Survivors’ Testimonies Help Define Genocide in Online Documentary

Panama: Women Marched on International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women

Egypt: The Country Votes

Egyptians are voting in parliamentary elections on November 28 and 29, and despite calls for a boycott, it seems that most people have chosen to participate.

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