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· August, 2011

Below are posts about citizen media in French. Don't miss Global Voices en Français, where Global Voices posts are translated into French! Read about our Lingua project to learn more about how Global Voices content is being translated into other languages.

Stories about French from August, 2011

Senegal: Grants for Pilgrimage to Mecca and Rome

Central African Republic: Violence Marks Lead Up to Elections

The Central African Republic is set to hold partial parliamentary elections on September 4, yet tensions have arisen after an opposition party rally was marred with violence. The country is still...

Madagascar: Minister of Population Ramaroson and 10 others Drown in a Boat Accident

Cameroon: Deeply homophobic laws

Mauritania: 13 Activists against Child Trafficking Arrested

Togo: 3rd BarCamp Selects the Translation for “Blog” in Ewé Language

Cameroon: Strength in Diversity

Nigeria: Two Satellites Launched

Madagascar: Expectant Mothers, Beware

Guinea: Slow Blogging

Somalia: Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan In Mogadishu

Tunisia: More Protests, More Police Violence

Protesters are back on the streets of Tunis and other Tunisian provinces calling for immediate reforms and the establishment of an independent judiciary capable of bringing corrupt officials and the...

Vietnam: Blogger Pham Minh Hoang Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison

Africa: The Looting of African Fishery Resources

Senegal: Mayor Becomes the Oldest Elementary School Graduate

Madagascar: Sanctions Result in Economic Decline and Food Insecurity

After two and a half years of transitional government, Madagascar has experienced a slow, seemingly unstoppable decline of its fragile economy that has put a strain on the lives of...

Madagascar: The Evictions of Families of Malagasy Farmers from Lands on the Rise

Syria: World Cities Rally Against and For Bashar

Events in Syria are being echoed around the world. Syrians in the diaspora rallied in the majority of the cities in the world, either asking to overthrow Bashar Al Assad...

Tunisia: “The People Want an Independent Judiciary”

“People want independent judiciary" is a slogan that has been recently raised in the streets of Tunisia. Afef Abrougui takes a look at the reactions of bloggers following the release...

Mauritania: Discrimination Plagues Census

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