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· March, 2009

Stories about Media & Journalism from March, 2009

Japan: Italian news commentary in Japanese

Russia: Attacks on Journalists

South Africa: Glad to be a Girl is Best African Weblog

The 2009 Bloggies has declared Glad to be a Girl the Best African Weblog. Glad to be a Girl is a blog by a Johannesburg-based blogger who goes by the...

Barbados: Nature Sanctuary Issue

Qatar: Thoughts on the Fourth Al Jazeera Forum

Japan: Tech Innovation Awards Contest

Cuba: Six Years After “Black Spring”

March 18-20 marks the sixth anniversary of the Cuban Black Spring. Cuban bloggers remember...

Barbados: Attack Victim Succumbs to Injuries

Earlier this month, Barbadians awoke to the disturbing news that two Canadian visitors were viciously attacked while walking along one of the island's beaches. The crime of assault has now...

Hong Kong: Ng-hao big-naug or you are dead!

On Tuesday, March 18, a local police shot at a Nepali homeless man twice at close range and one of the bullets end up in the head, leading to the...

Sri Lanka: Thoughts on Lasantha Murder Case

China: Goodbye Grass Mud Horse

Last week the story of Grass Mud Horse has traveled to the U.S.A via the New York Times and re-imported back to China with new ideas for reproduction, such as...

Barbados, Montserrat: Mountain Chickens

Japan: I wanna know America!

Japan: Sri Lanka, Somalia, us? The government?

Jamaica, Dominica: Carbon Neutral?

Cuba: Six Years After

Bermuda: Transparency Progress

Jamaica: Being Positive

Tunisia: Covert Censorship of a Newspaper!

The editor of Al Mawfek accuses the Tunisian goverment of executing a "seizure in disguise" last week to censor the independent newspaper.

China: Student Forced to Quit School Due to Blogging?

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