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· April, 2010

Stories about Media & Journalism from April, 2010

Puerto Rico: Amidst protests, students speak up for themselves online

Amidst protests over budget cuts students of the University of Puerto Rico (UPR) have a found an additional space to express themselves: the Internet.

Bangladesh: Media In Despair

Russia: The 2009 Killing of Umar Israilov

Thailand: Online censorship amid protests

As Red Shirt protesters in Thailand continue to press their demand for the resignation of the Prime Minister, the government is also doing everything to weaken the protests, including the...

East Timor: Resignation through SMS

Haiti: Getting it Wrong

Trinidad & Tobago: Checking the Facts

Paraguay: Journalist Santiago Leguizamón Murdered 19 Years Ago

Paraguay recently celebrated its annual Day of the Journalist on April 26, which is also a dark day for the profession because Santiago Leguizamón was murdered by hitmen in the...

Honduras: Journalists Using Bullet-Proof Vests and Prayer

China: How Sister Feng became famous

India: Media Favors The Rich And The Famous

Guyana: Jagdeo Wins Environmental Award

Cuba: Journalist Reportedly Detained

Barbados: Cyberbullying

China: Attack by angry youth

China: 10 ways to become famous on discussion forums

Russia, Poland: The Truth About Katyn

Russia: Medvedev Twitter Accounts

Russia: RT and Public Diplomacy

Haiti: Food Aid

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