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· April, 2009

Stories about Media & Journalism from April, 2009

Russia: Sochi Mayoral Election

India: Saying No To Parachute Journalism

Ecuador: The Departure of a Television Anchor

In the middle of a tense election season in Ecuador and with the general elections scheduled for April 26, a popular television journalist was fired by the Ecuavisa [es] station....

Brazil: Judges quarrel live on TV and scandalize the country

The live broadcast of a fight between two judges of the Brazilian Supreme Court (STF) has scandalized Brazilians and excited the blogosphere and social networks across the country.

Russia: New Blog

Taiwan: “Luc Besson, you find the wrong guy”

Sri Lanka: The Pros And Cons Of International Attention

The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) are holding on to to just a sliver of land in the north of Sri Lanka, but the United Nations is estimating that...

Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago: Summit Summary

Cuba: Female Political Prisoner Released

Guyana: Minor Charged

Japan: Petition for Tsuyoshi Kusanagi

South African Elections '09: There is only one story to be told

Following the national and provincial elections on Wednesday in South Africa, grubstreet believes that there is only one story to be told: the election results and how the online media...

Ukraine, U.K.: Kyiv Mayor's Pic in Daily Mirror Pedophiles Story

Sri Lanka: An Appeal To The International Community

Jordan: Beyond Stereotypes

How to get past stereotypes and the future of the relationship between Denmark and the Arab and Muslim worlds was the centre of discussions at an event organised by the...

Cuba, U.S.A.: What Next?

India: Election Cartoons

Morocco: Media on Trial

Liberia: Fellow Bloggers, Please Assist Me…

Dominica: Tsunami Risk?

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