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· January, 2011

Stories about Migration & Immigration from January, 2011

Cuba: Arrest & Release #3

Egypt: Solidarity Pours in from Around the World (Videos)

On Saturday, in different cities around the world, people demonstrated in solidarity with the Egyptian protesters. This is a round up of some of the videos of the marches posted...

Haiti: Candidates on Twitter

Cuba, U.S.A.: New Travel Rules in Effect

Trinidad & Tobago: More Questions About Ramnarine

Cuba: Second Arrest for Fariñas

Cuba: Fariñas Arrested & Released

Russia: “Anonymous Bomb” and “Random Scapegoats” of Domodedovo

In the aftermath of the Jan. 24 suicide bombing at Moscow's Domodedovo Airport, which killed at least 35 people and left over 100 wounded, some Russophone bloggers are once again...

Guyana: End of Relationship, Not End of Life

Nepal: Panel Discussion On Case Discrimination

Caribbean: Walcott Wins T.S. Eliot Prize

Tunisia: Keeping a Tab on Dissidents

Turkmenistan: Iranian Turkmens Make Contact

Jamaica: “Dudus” Enquiry Starts

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: New Art Mag

DR of Congo : Discreet Commemorations of the 50th Anniversary of Patrice Lumumba's Assassination

January 17, 2011 marked the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Patrice Lumumba, the first prime minister of the DR of Congo, formerly known as Zaïre. The Congolese people and...

Azerbaijan: Bloggers remember Hrant Dink four years on

Wednesday marked the fourth anniversary of the murder in Istanbul of Hrant Dink, the Turkish-Armenian journalist, editor, and human rights activist who advocated for reconciliation and friendship between nations, and...

Lusophone Culture: Buala “Giving Voice” to Contemporary African Cultures

They propose “to create new views, free from prejudice and colonial judgment,” of contemporary African cultures, and in an interview with Global Voices, Marta Lança and Francisca Bagulho talk about...

Haiti: What About Aristide?

Jamaica, Haiti: The “Baby Doc” Blues

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