Stories about Citizen Media from February, 2019
"I don’t think people really understand what happens in a panyard. Problems like the one with Exodus will resurface if we keep looking at pan as pure entertainment."
Many of Africa's "stolen artifacts from colonial times were generally given or donated to French public collections. Thus, these artworks ... have become a property of the French state."
More than 150 people, most of them women, have been kidnapped from Mexico City's subway system over the past four years.
"These are attempts by those in power to drown out the voice of the marginalized...displaying Duterte’s fear of committed journalism that seeks to inform, educate and guide the public."
"We hope that space will not become a space of confrontation (...) Space makes children dream and all of humanity as well."
"amidst the political upheaval, some are urging the public to remember that when there is violence -- everyone suffers"
Kashmiri students face violence and discrimination after a terror attack that killed 46 soldiers.
The incidents of moral policing and the extension of the ban to a Bangla blogging platform and Google Books suggest that the authority's definition of “objectionable” may go far beyond.
"The participation of women in society is so tiny that a neckline can become a huge issue."
The wages Sri Lankan plantation workers earn are nowhere near enough to bear the costs of living for the family, so many are forced to look for work elsewhere.
Few give 2014's runner-up Abdullah Abdullah a hope of winning and his entry into the race has given many a feeling of deja vu.
‘Space ventures can improve the quality of life on Earth’ — an interview with International Space University president
Today, the International Space University has more than 4600 former students, and of those, more than 80 percent are working in space industries.
Whether it had its beginnings in modern-day Iran or the Indian subcontinent, everyone agrees that Biryani is "the king of South Asian cuisine".
"To Gabriel’s credit, he […] accepted he was wrong. That is a solid first step."
A right-wing leader creates controversy after shooting effigy of Gandhi to celebrate the leader's assassination.
Controversy after decorated Indian army major accused of beating a young man in Kashmir.
In Bangladesh, vigilante justice leads to the death of three alleged rapists by self-proclaimed ‘Hercules’
In Bangladesh, three alleged rapists are executed by a vigilante who signs his victim's death "confessions" with the name 'Hercules'.
Prior to the tax's implementation, 47.4 percent of people in Uganda were using the internet. Three months later, that number had fallen to 35 percent.
The journalist was detained by Mozambican police while reporting a story in Cabo Delgado.