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· December, 2011

Stories about Media & Journalism from December, 2011

Barbados: tribute to Desmond Bourne

Responses to the Death of North Korean Dictator, Kim Jong-il

Since North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-il's death on December 17 from a heart attack, the South Korean Twittersphere has lit up with numerous responses to the news. Lee Yoo Eun...

Barbados: debating “the letter”

Kazakhstan: Longtime Strike Bursts into Violence; State of Emergency Declared

As Kazakhstan was preparing for the pompous celebrations of the 20th anniversary of the country's independence, the seven month-long strike of employees sacked from the national oil company's subsidiary in...

South Korea: North Korean Dictator, Kim Jong Il Is Dead

Kim Jong Il, the North Korean dictator has died. Although the death of the world's one of the notorious dictator is something what people should welcome, most South Koreans have...

Sidi Bouzid's Anniversary: Celebrating One Year of Arab Awakening

If you had to describe this year in one word what would it be? Leila Nachwati, who was in Tunisia two months ago to attend the Third Arab Bloggers Meeting,...

Vietnam: What’s New at Barcamp Saigon?

More than 550 people registered and participated in the fifth Barcamp Saigon last week in RMIT International University, Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. The attendance surpassed the record number...

Trinidad & Tobago: Online Petition Against Offensive Ad

Live Stream of North Korean State TV is Down

Kyrgyzstan: “There Will Be No Winter”

Governments fall, parliamentary speakers come and go, and as one season fades another always begins. That, at least, was what Kyrgyz Internet users thought prior to former presidential candidate Arstanbek...

Haiti: Housing Still a Problem

Trinidad & Tobago, Belize: Gay Rights

Trinidad & Tobago: Dangerous Ad

Brazil: “A new era of political activism?”

Honduras: Journalists and Police Clash During Protest

Brazil: Blogger Found Dead, Hanged: Suicide or Assassination?

Jamaica: So What About the Spy Plane?

Mexico: Applications Open for The School of Authentic Journalism 2012

Honduran Journalist Protest Against Violence

Brazil: A Book on Fraudulent Privatizations

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