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· July, 2007

Stories about Freedom of Speech from July, 2007

Cuba: Blogging for Cuban Liberty

Japan: Internet regulation up for debate, but nobody is debating

While nobody was watching, an interim report drafted by a study group under the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications has set down guidelines for regulation of the Internet...

Poland: Father Rydzyk and 330 Exorcists

Bahamas, Cuba: Plots Against Castro

Afghanistan: Interview with Baktash Siawash, blogger and journalist

What follows is an interview about censorship, media and blogs in Afghanistan with blogger and journalist Baktash Siawash. Baktash writes for several magazines including WashingtonPrism. Q: Please introduce yourself and...

Sudan: where is the bridge? + more floods, more photos

Russia: FSB Archives

Honduras: Honoring a Modern-Day Heroine

Kurdistance: The State of Kurdish Activism

Some may be surprised to hear that coverage of the Kurdish blogosphere has been appearing on Global Voices for longer than coverage of the Turkish blogospheres. Whereas the Turkish blogosphere...

EXCLUSIVE!–>Interview with the Host of the BBC-Award-Winning Citi FM Breakfast Show

The Trials and Tribulations of a Freshly-Arrived Denizen…posts an exclusive interview he conducted of Bernard Avle, the host of the CITI Breakfast Show, which won the BBC Radio Award for...

Venezuela: Roger Santodomingo's Resignation from Noticiero Digital

Venezuelan journalist Roger Santodomingo felt the need to resign from his post as an editor with Noticiero Digital due to threats on his family. The site's forum was a place...

Croatia: “Thompson International”

Poland: Photo Report From Nurses’ Strike

Russia: Photos of Beslan Terrorists

Hong Kong: There are no Adult in Hong Kong?

Hong Kong and China: Cross border citizen reporting

Iran: Media under Pressure

Iranian authorities stepped up the pressure on Iranian media last week. Ham Mihan (Compatriot), a pro reformist journal was banned on 3 July. Iranian Labour News Agency, Ilna, that covered...

China: Xiamen to kill off anonymous posting

Poland: Illogical Censorship

China: Internet control after Xiamen protest

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