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· November, 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 November, 2011

15 November 2011

Central African Republic: A Blogger Weary of Marches for Great Causes

Algeria: A News Site's Founder on the State of Citizen Media

Thalia Rahme interviews Fayçal Anseur, founder of Algerian news site Algérie-Focus about the site's goals and the state of citizen media in Algeria.

Sahel Region: Slavery still very much a Reality for Some

12 November 2011

Tunisia: Police Violently Disperse Anti-Capitalism Protesters

On November 11, anti-capitalism protesters took to the streets of Tunisia, as part of a global movement called ''Occupy the World on 11.11.11.'' Police used baton, and tear gas to...

11 November 2011

Gabon: Bongo Indulges With Football Match Against Brazil

The Brazilian national football team came to Libreville, Gabon for a friendlly football match against the Gabonese national team on November 10. The social challenges the team witnessed are in...

10 November 2011

Tunisia: Army Critic Sentenced to Two Months in Prison

On November 9, Nabil Hajlaoui, from Sidi Bouzid, was sentenced to two months in prison following his criticism of the Tunisian military institution. He was arrested after writing an article,...

Africa: The 4th edition of the African Media Leaders Forum

Central African Republic: Alleged Fire next to the Residence of President Bozizé

9 November 2011

Tunisia: The Day Ben Ali Became President

November 7 marks the day when former Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali took over the country's presidency through a bloodless coup in 1987. This year, Tunisian netizens are...

Madagascar: A Blogger's Wish for Free Elections for Christmas

8 November 2011

Côte d'Ivoire: When Will the Universities Reopen?

During the post-electoral crisis in Ivory Coast, at the beginning of 2011, the country's three universities were closed and those living in the university halls of residence made to leave....

Equatorial Guinea: Teodoro Obiang Nguema and Son Face French Justice System

The French justice system has dismissed a complaint by the Equatorial Guinean president against a report accusing him of having stolen from his people. Abdoulaye Bah investigates.

5 November 2011

Greece: The Prime Minister at Cannes, A Referendum And The 6th Tranche

Immediate and various online reactions emerged, after Greek PM Papandreou's appearance at G20 Summit in Cannes. Sarkozy and Merkel said that a Greek referendum must address the question of whether...

Madagascar: Illicit Sale of Drugs On the Rise

4 November 2011

Equatorial Guinea: President Appoints Son as Deputy Envoy to UNESCO and the FAO

Egypt: Men Should Wear the Veil!

With Islamists rising in post-revolution Egypt, fear of religious oppression is growing among youth, minorities, and women. A new Facebook group encouraging men to wear Hijab or veils, in solidarity...

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