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· June, 2011

Stories about Development from June, 2011

Nigeria: President Fooled the People Again

Nigeria: The Morgue called Lagos/Ibadan Expressway

China: Local government budget, land seizure and social unrest

Japan: Real Voices, Real Japan

Bangladesh: Exploring The Architecture Of Mud Houses

Guinea: “Democracy, Backwards”

Armenia: Animal Activists Demand End to Stray Dog Killings

In the last few days animal activists are making unprecedented use of social media in the South Caucasus by demanding that the inhumane killing of stray dogs end by flooding...

Angola: The City Evolves and the “Icons” Vanish

El Salvador: Food Security, a Historical and Ongoing Struggle

Senegal: Power Shortages in Dakar Lead to More Riots

Puerto Rico: Fortuño Campaign vs. Al Jazeera Documentary

Sri Lanka: China Investing In Land

Haiti: BBBC Benefits in Question

Egypt: Commemorating the Struggle Against Systematic Torture

As the world marked the International Day against Torture that falls on June 26, eyes were on Egypt where the struggle against citizen abuse has been particularly significant.

Guatemala: What can you eat with one dollar?

Argentina: Buenos Aires ‘Cartoneros’

Azerbaijan: A military show of strength or rhetoric for domestic consumption?

China: The politics of hydroelectricity

Tanzania: Tanzania 2011 Scorecard

Africa: Thoughts of Africa 2.0

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