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· March, 2008

Stories about Governance from March, 2008

Iran:Police brutality in photos

Kazakhstan: Khabar TV Channel Fully Nationalized

Colombia: Contest brings forth multimedia citizen journalists

Contest open for anyone, regardless of nationality, to write, show and create content telling the world about a very special place in Colombia most people wouldn´t normally be aware of....

Latvia: Referendums

Russia: Dmitry Medvedev

Czech Republic: Football Hooligans

Poland: Stance on Tibet

Russia: Xenophobia in Moscow

Angola: The fight is worthwhile

Seychelles: Wind of change in the police force

Tajikistan: Politicized Navruz

Navruz is one of the main celebrations for Tajiks. This time — more than ever — it means end of one of the harshest winter in several decades. People could...

Afghanistan: Aid Effectiveness in Afghanistan

China: Vlogger helped Child Labor back to School

Xu Alun, a vlogger hammering away at a point that "truth is power", exposed a moving story of three child coal haulers in Biji, a small city in the south...

Russia: Myths

Russia: Entry Visa Ordeal

Kosovo, Serbia: Frontline Club Debate Video

Kosovo, Serbia: Reactions to Del Ponte's Organ Smuggling Story

Russia: Blogging Kozlovsky

Macao: Do politicians believe in the future of the country?

Portugal: Should the Olympics be boycotted?

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