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· March, 2013

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Stories about English from March, 2013

29 March 2013

Will Brazil Stem New Tide of Immigration?

The global financial crisis, wars and natural disasters have inspired a new wave of immigration to Brazil. The development of successful immigration policies may contribute to Brazil’s reputation as an...

Official Fine Dining Goes Underground as China Curbs Excesses

China's crackdown on extravagance and banqueting has sent official fine dining underground. Local governments have turned in-house cafeterias into fine restaurants and hosted lavish private dinners in their homes in...

PHOTOS: Life Before Myanmar Violence

Censoring Censorship in China

China Government's Growing Weibo Footprint

Beware: North Korea Rockets on Standby

China's Social Web Fawns Over First Lady

China's fashionable first lady Peng Liyuan has not only made the front cover of newspapers home and abroad, but also has attracted a hardcore following on popular Chinese microblogging site...

Caribbean: Technology Regulation

Trinidad & Tobago: Warner's Woes

The headlines in Trinidad and Tobago's mainstream media over the last couple of days have focused on a Reuters exclusive report that Daryan Warner, son of former FIFA Vice-President (and...

28 March 2013

Guyana: Hole in the Wall

Migration a ‘Tragedy’ for Kyrgyzstan

Senegal Releases Influential Religious Leader Charged in Disciples’ Murder

Accusations of injustice are flying after a Senegal court granted provisional release to Islamic leader Cheikh Bethio Thioune, a once privileged presidential ally in the predominantly Muslim country who was...

Regime Critic Goes Missing in Tajikistan

An outspoken regime critic and leader of a minority ethnic community has gone missing in Tajikistan. The country's internet users have largely missed his disappearance. The reactions from those who...

Interview: Brazil's Indigenous Before Eviction

Brazilian Military Enters Indigenous Lands

VIDEO: Urban Artists Invade Lima

China's Feel-Good Viral Photo Wasn't Real

Charity on a Subway

Dream a Little Dream in China

Facebook Removes Serbian Anti-Fascist Poster

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