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· November, 2007

Stories about Citizen Media from November, 2007

29 November 2007

Brazil: War in Rio

25 November 2007

Brazil: On the “Che e-mails” and credibility of journalism

An article on the 40th anniversary of Che Guevara's death, led to a heated email exchange between an editor of Brazilian magazine Veja and an American reporter for The New...

20 November 2007

Hong Kong: Pan Democrats’ Dark Day

The Pan democrats have lost a bitter battle in the recent district council election. Before the election, the pan-dem worried that they wouldn’t be able to keep all their seats...

18 November 2007

Armenia: Return of the King President

Levon Ter Petrosian, Opposition Rally, Liberty Square, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia Without a doubt, the most significant event this winter has been the return of the first president, Levon Ter...

15 November 2007

Environment: Bloggers on Energy, and The Zero Africa Rally

Several bloggers deftly tackled energy issues, from nuclear energy, ideas of ‘plug and play power’, China's ‘Clean Ambitions’ and Green data centers. Be it South Africa, China or America, the...

Guatemala: Selling Cell Phones in the Local Market

La Antigua Guatemala Daily Photo shows a picture of salesgirls selling cell phones in the local market, which is a new marketing technique alongside vegetables, fruits and other household goods.

11 November 2007

Brazil: Morality, homophobia, ethics or hipocrisy?

After a popular tour throughout the country, everything was ready for the opening of the photo exhibition Heróis (Heroes) by Luiz Garrido, in Brasília, capital of Brazil. This time, the...

4 November 2007

Malawi: Fairer cyberwaves, female journalist bloggers

A recent phenomenon in the Malawi blogosphere has been the growing presence of women journalists setting up blogs. Not too long ago a search on Blogger.com for Malawian blogs turned...

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