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· May, 2008

Stories about Media & Journalism from May, 2008

Brazil: Visible and Invisible Indians and Scoops

Brazilian Indians were in the spotlight of world media this week. From the images of an uncontacted tribe in the Amazon, to the enraged protest caught on camera against the...

Ukraine, Russia: Personae Non Gratae

On May 12, Moscow mayor Yuri Luzhkov was declared persona non grata in Ukraine, following his calls for Russia to take ownership of Sevastopol, a Ukrainian Black Sea naval port....

China: Sharon Stone on Earthquake

China: Earthquake Propaganda

Brazil: Struggling to deliver the deeper messages

Bangladesh: Compromised Media

Ever since Bangladesh was put under a state of emergency by an interim government supported by the military it was a testing time for Bangladesh media. The credibility of Bangladesh’s...

Armenia: Bigoted Journalism

Hong Kong: School Girl Punished for Mean Earthquake Comment

China: Earthquake Cursing Video

Japan: NHK on Youtube

Guyana: We the Bloggers

Romania: Corruption

Lithuania: Russian Pop Music

Balkans: Travel Articles

Bulgaria: Stoev's Murder and Anonymous Blogging

Russia: “Medialogia”

Kyrgyzstan: Posner in Bishkek

Georgia: Election Dissent

Cuba: Free Speech?

Japan: Mobile Web Access Restriction for Children

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