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· March, 2006

Stories about Digital Activism from March, 2006

Belarus: Prison Journal

China: Yahoo! in China

Trinidad & Tobago: Technology activism

Belarus: Anti-TV Flash Mob

DRC: A Chat with Blogger Tony Katombe

Anthony Mica Katombe (Tony for short) is a blogger from the DRC who’ll “turn 39 April 13”. He has a degree in English and African Cultural Studies Education from a...

Belarus: Diary of a Protester

Belarus: Letter From Female Prisoners

Belarus: Election Fraud Video

China: Detained Activist Released

Belarus: Many Protesters With Severe Injuries

DRC: Kabila's Rwandan Ties Questioned

Quo vadis, Philippines?

The lifting of Proclamation 1017, or the State of National Emergency, has not done much to quell the political unrest in the Philippines. Joseph Estrada, the president booted out of...

A new website about DR Congo

Belarus: Arrests, Courts and Anti-Media Flash Mob

China: Absent friends

Belarus: Photos of the Camp's Remains

Belarus: Tent Camp Demolished, Protesters Arrested

China: Hu Jia, Day 36

Fouad Al-Farhan: We Have to Move On

If you have been following Global Voices for more than six months, then you probably have read the name of Fouad Al-Farhan in this space several times before this one....

Belarus: Protest Stories and Conversations

For the past four evenings, thousands of people have been gathering at Kastrychnitskaya (Oktyabrskaya) Square in Minsk, Belarus, to protest the fraudulent presidential election, demand a new vote and support...

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