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· January, 2011

Stories about History from January, 2011

Iran: “Our friend Mr. ElBaradei” in Egypt

Iranian bloggers from across the political spectrum continue to share their opinions on uprisings in the Arab world. One conservative Islamist blogger sees an opportunity for the Iranian regime if...

Jamaica: Leah & Dog Paw

Ukraine: “Three Nations”?

Guinea-Bissau: Ready to face the truth?

Czech Republic: The Czech Roma During the Holocaust

Serbia, Kosovo: Comment on Dick Marty's Report

Uganda: Homosexuality not a European concept

Vietnam: Vanishing landmarks

Philippines: Oldest Catholic University

Iran: Remember “the little prince”

El Salvador: 19 Years Since Signing of Peace Agreements

Peace accords ending a Salvadoran civil conflict were signed 19 years ago on January 16, 1992. Although Salvadorans consider the peace agreements were an accomplishment, they feel the country has...

Colombia: A Trip to a Spanish Inquisition Museum in Cartagena

Yemen: Before Tunisia, there was Sudan

Lebanon: Kuntar Remembers Prison Days in Israel

China: Falun Gong Tiananmen immolation incident ten years on

Africa: Can white people be Africans? – Part 2

A number of South Africans have responded to Sentletse Diakanyo's post entitled “We are not all Africans, black people are!”

Brazil: The Brazilian who invented the radio

Lusophone Culture: Buala “Giving Voice” to Contemporary African Cultures

They propose “to create new views, free from prejudice and colonial judgment,” of contemporary African cultures, and in an interview with Global Voices, Marta Lança and Francisca Bagulho talk about...

The last rural village in Singapore

Haiti: Time for a Change

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