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· July, 2011

Stories about Breaking News from July, 2011

Mozambique: Political Rapper Arrested

Colombia: FIFA's U-20 World Cup

South Korea: 35 Million Users’ Information Leaked in Cyber Attack

South Korea: 41 Dead in Torrential Flooding and Landslides

Torrential rain has battered South Korea for several consecutive days, causing landslides, flooding and power cuts. At least 41 people have been killed and 12 people are still missing. Throughout...

Lebanon: Maritime Dispute with Israel Escalates

Hezballah leader Hassan Nasrallah has exclaimed that God had given Lebanon an opportunity to rid itself of a crippling debt, and become a "rich country" by providing it lucrative offshore...

Estonia: Tower of Babel

Russia: While LiveJournal Experiences DDoS Attack (Again), Users to Twitter and Facebook

South Korea: Tweet Photos of Downpour

Saudi Arabia Blocks Amnesty International's Website

Norway: Courtroom Doors Will be Closed

Inside the Mind of the Norwegian Terrorist

Turkey: Ethnic Tension Rises Further as Street Clashes Erupt in Istanbul

In the aftermath clashes between army and separatist Kurdish PKK militants earlier this month, ethnic tension in Turkey continues to grow. Marches in the Zeytinburnu district of Istanbul broke out...

Norway: A Firsthand Account of the Massacre in Utøya

Prableen Kaur, a 23-year old local politician and youth leader from Oslo, has blogged a firsthand account of what she did to survive when a fanatic killer opened fire on...

Norway: The Online Traces of a Mass Murderer

Bloggers and journalists in Norway and abroad continue to look for any online traces of murder suspect Anders Behring Breivik in hopes that it could help explain his actions on...

China: Outrage at High-Speed Train Crash

Russia: Online Effort to Discredit Environmentalists Exposed

Peru: Transportation Strike in Lima: A Campaign Against the Mayor?

The mayor of Lima, Susana Villarán, has experienced an outpour of all kinds criticism at the six month mark of her term. A strike by transportation carriers on July 13...

Belarus: Vkontakte Social Network Blocked by the Providers

Russia: Anti-Cop Blogger Is Granted Political Asylum in Estonia

North Korea Wants to Share 2018 Olympics with South Korea

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