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· March, 2010

Stories about Breaking News from March, 2010

Russia: High Taxi Fares And Text Messaging Scams After Moscow Bombings

The aftermath of the recent subway bombings in Moscow is widespread. People mourn victims, looks for answers to numerous questions, contemplate the future of Russia and express anger with... taxi...

Russia: Witness Shares Her Account of Bombings in Moscow Metro

Russia: Bombings Victims Commemoration; Analysis of TV-channels

Russia: Role of Social Media in Coverage of Recent Metro Bombings in Moscow

Russia: Wikipedia Used to Cover Recent Metro Bombings

India: Tribals Using Cell Phones To Publish News

Russia: 3G Network Turned Off; Blood Donations Needed

Russia: Initial Coverage of the Moscow Subway Bombings

Moscow's Monday morning routine was broken today by two subway suicide bombings, which killed at least 38 and wounded at least 70 people. Alexey Sidorenko translates some of the initial...

Ukraine: Fire Destroys 20% of Hosting.ua Servers

Russia: Top Blogger's Account Hacked

Russia: Website Closed By Police Order

Russia: One of the Top Bloggers Dies

Philippines: Post-earthquake reactions on Twitter

A 6.1 intensity earthquake rocked Manila and nearby provinces in the Philippines a few hours ago. Twitterers continue to share their experience and observations.

Sri Lanka: The Akon Controversy

A recent video of R&B singer-songwriter Akon featuring a group of scantly clad women dancing at a pool party in front of a Buddha statue caused much uproar in Sri...

Trinidad & Tobago: Money Done

Philippines: Earthquake near Manila

Bangladesh: ‘CrossFire’ Photo Exhibition Barred By Police

Nepal: Death of a polarizing ‘statesman’

Former Nepalese Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala passed away on Saturday March 21st, after prolonged illness. The legacy of this often controversial and polarizing figure is being discussed by Nepali...

Bermuda: Violent Crime

China: Singing farewell to Google

Google has formally closed its mainland Chinese search engine and rival Baidu will not need long to pick up the slack; nonetheless, former users of Google.cn search braved the cold...

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