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· May, 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 May, 2011

15 May 2011

Africa: Reactions to The Beatification of Pope John Paul II

Hundreds of thousands of pilgrims from all around the world landed on Rome to participate in religious ceremonies for the beautification of Pope John Paul II, known as “JP2”, declared...

10 May 2011

Gabon: Parliamentary Immunity Removal Could Spark Protests

Gabon's political crisis has deepened recently, with the removal of opposition politician Andre Mba Obame's parliamentary immunity by a National Assembly vote. There are fears the move could tip the...

Africa: A Possible Al-Qaeda Redeployment in Africa?

Côte d'Ivoire: Pro-Gbagbo Militiamen Chanting ‘ADO’

8 May 2011

Guinea-Bissau/Sao Tome and Principe: A Collection of Visual Arts

Sub-Saharan Africa: Fighting Malaria, 2011 Report

Senegal: “Enough is Enough” Movement: First the Web, Now the Presidential Palace

As the uprisings continue across the Arab World, several incidences of angry young people have sprung up on Senegalese websites. Since early March, this activism has left the web behind...

6 May 2011

Tunisia: Police Brutality is Back

Tunisians are back on the streets calling for the overthrow of the government, after former Interior Minister Farhat Rajhi announced on Facebook that Tunisia continues to be run by a...

Sub-Saharan Africa: Surge in Use of Mobile Phones

Tunisia: Blog Declines Award Sponsored by Bahrain Government

Award-winning Tunisian blog Nawaat, which has been instrumental in reporting the Tunisian Revolution, has declined the Arab eContent award, in protest against the Bahraini government's censorship policy and violations of...

Algeria: Rachad Movement Website No Longer Censored; Radio Kalima Still Is

4 May 2011

Côte d'Ivoire: New Videos Detail Capture of Former President

After the arrest in the city of Abidjan on April 11, 2011, of Laurent Gbagbo, former president of Cote d'Ivoire, and his wife Simone, some confusion remains regarding the process...

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