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· September, 2012

Stories about Arts & Culture from September, 2012

Sri Lanka: The Rights Of The Homosexuals

The Gloomy Years of Colombian Television

When Twitter Saves the Day

Pakistan: Taking Off Hijab

Jordan: Inkitab Group to Hold Second Used Book Fair

After the success of their first event, the Inkitab Group which works to promote reading, will hold their second used book fair in the Jordanian capital Amman on October 1,...

Jamaica: Storm Saulter on Film & New Media in the Caribbean

The 2012 Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival continues this week and one of the most high-profile regional attendees is Storm Saulter, the Jamaican director whose first feature film, Better Mus’...

Kenya: Safari 7s Rugby Tournament Excites Fans

One of the biggest sporting events in East Africa came alive between 21-23 September, 2012, in Kenya's capital city, Nairobi - the Safari Sevens, a rugby seven-a-side tournament which started...

Jamaica: In Whose Image?

Armenia: Reflections on Homosexuality and Fascism

Russia: Writers Put Down Pens to Stand Atop Soap Boxes

Now, nine people who self-identify as writers are running in the elections for the so-called "Coordinating Council of the Russian Opposition," and a tenth strongly considered registering as a candidate...

Japan: Petition to Release Violin from Frankfurt Customs

Global: The 2012 edition of ‘Wiki Loves Monuments’

Brazil: A Celebration of Bolivian Culture

North Korea's Parody of K-Pop Sensation ‘Gangnam Style’

Mozambique: Musician with a Cause

Video: Mini-Documentaries Showcase Venezuelan Artists

Through their YouTube account, the creative team Mostro Contenidos has released a documentary series called 'Memorabilia', where they present a collection of short interviews with Venezuelan personalities who have stood...

Kosovo: Venice Biennale “Newcomer”

Albania: Balkans Beyond Borders Short Film Festival

What's the Verdict on Uganda@50 Independence Song?

'Yoga Yoga' is the official celebration song for Uganda's 50th year of independence, featuring Ugandan artists such as Esther Nabaasa, Ruyonga, Barbara Kayaga, Hum Kay and Richard Kaweesa. Some netizens...

Egypt: Artists Re-Paint Murals Destroyed by Police

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