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· March, 2009

Stories about Media & Journalism from March, 2009

China: Official story on Tibet

Serbia: Remembering NATO Bombing 10 Years Later

On March 24, 1999, NATO forces began attack on Serbia and Montenegro. The bombing went for 78 days. A few thousand people were killed, many buildings, bridges, railroads, roads and...

Guyana: Don't Get Fooled Again

Malaysia: Government's love-hate relationship with new media

Poland, Belarus: TV Polonia/Belsat TV Controversy

Barbados: Suspect Arrested

Cuba: The Black Cuban Woman

Ukraine: Women

Trinidad & Tobago: Meaningful Art

Haiti, U.S.A.: Temporary Protected Status

Barbados: BNB & CLICO

Barbados: Impact on Tourism

Bermuda: It's a Secret

Egypt: Women turn to the Internet to fight taboos

Young middle and upper class Egyptian women resort to the internet to fight their battles against taboos. The BBC interviewed some of them and Mohamed Hamdy of Bloggers Times comments...

Czechoslovakia: Tiresome narratives of Prague '68

Egypt: Arab Youth on a Presidential Mission

Egypt's first online radio - Radio Horytna - invites youth to apply for the position of President for any Arab country of their choice. Egyptian bloggers comment on the initiative...

Uzbekistan: Enemy of the Internet

Kazakhstan: Underdog Billionaires

Israel: Youth Obsessed with American Culture

Armenia: Ruben Mangasaryan R.I.P.

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