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· June, 2010

Stories about Breaking News from June, 2010

Egypt: The Ministry of Interior Seeks Revenge

Egyptian activists have utilised citizen media to the fullest in exposing police torture and corruption. Marwa Rakha writes about their newest initiative and uncovers the case of an Egyptian activist...

Guinea: Live Reporting an Historical Election

Russia: Chechen President Launches Blog

Australia: Dramatic Fall of Prime Minister Kevin Rudd

It was swift and secret. Kevin Rudd has been replaced as Prime Minister of Australia by his deputy Julia Gillard. She is the nation’s first female PM. Here are reactions...

Rwanda: A Journalist for Umuvugizi Killed in Kigali

Nicaragua: Riot Police and Citizens Clash in Small Town

Martinique, Guadeloupe: French Football Flop now Racial Controversy?

The French national football team has been through some rough times prior to the 2010 FIFA World Cup, but the past three days have stirred up old issues around "Les...

Jamaica: ‘Dudus” Hearing Today

Jamaica: Lighter Side

Jamaica: ‘Dudus’ In Custody

News broke late yesterday that Jamaica's most wanted man, Christopher 'Dudus' Coke - whose pending extradition to the United States threw the island nation into a state of emergency thanks...

Jamaica: The capture of Dudus

Guadeloupe: Our first soldier killed in Afghanistan

Martinique: Regional Reactions after Insult

Egypt: And the First Arabic Domain goes to … President Mubarak

Bangladesh: Netizens Surprised By Bandwidth Export Move

Bangladesh has one of the slowest and most expensive internet connections in the world and only about a quarter of the bandwidth capacity available is being used. Now the government...

Portugal: A Tribute in Unison to Nobel Prize Winner Jose Saramago

Today the Portuguese writer and only Portuguese language Nobel Prize Winner in Literature José Saramago died at age 87 in his residence in Lanzarote. Though he might not have liked...

Puerto Rico: Strike Over

Jamaica, Barbados, U.S.A.: Unstoppable Spill?

Russia: Online Media Exempt From Comments Responsibility

Egypt: My Name Was Khaled and I Was Not a Terrorist

Demonstrations and rage continued in Egypt following the death of a young Egyptian, allegedly at the hands of police. The anger on the street is evident online, where citizen journalists...

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