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· April, 2006

Stories about Media & Journalism from April, 2006

China: Truth penetrates firewall

Russia: Protes in Ufa Ignored by Media

Belarus: BBC Responds to Blogger

West Indian literature online

One of the crucial elements in the rapid development of the literature of the Anglophone Caribbean in the 1940s and 50s was a weekly radio programme called Caribbean Voices, broadcast...

Hong Kong: Benefits blogs bring

Sri Lanka: Outside Colombo

North Korea: Multiracial Koreas opposed

Russia: Kateryna Chumachenko's 1983 Letter

Latin America: Stories Broken By Bloggers

Indonesian Playboy

China: Detained writers remembered

Iran: Brain Drain!

Belarus: Chernobyl Neglect

Hong Kong: Health hazard ignored

French Antilles: Banana Drama

Czech Republic: Radio Transmitting Tower to Become a UNESCO Site

Haitian Blogger Yon Ayisyen: “I'm No Revolutionary Hero”

Yon Ayisien (whose name means “A Haitian”) blogs at Ayisyen Sa Nap Regle? (“What's Up Haitians? ” in Creole) and might as well be renamed HaitiPundit. He is the only...

Zambia: Freedom to be heard

Bloglogue: US Dollars & Democracy in Iran!

Bloglogue’s first issue was about Iran in Media and several bloggers & non bloggers from different countries took part in discussion. Second issue is about a very hot issue: US...

Media from the Free Expression in Asian Cyberspace Conference

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