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· May, 2012

Stories about Music from May, 2012

Armenia-Azerbaijan: Eurovision Propaganda Fail

Tajikistan: Persons with Disabilities as “Unwanted” People

Mozambique: Music clips with a regional perspective

Africa: Music From Saharan Cellphones

Video: Defying the Stigma of Speaking Indigenous Languages

Al Jazeera's Living the Language video series brings us the stories of indigenous activists and communities throughout the globe who are standing up against stigma and are proposing solutions to...

Tajikistan: Singers Turn to Religious Motifs

Azerbaijan: Live Eurovision Human Rights Discussion on Facebook

Azerbaijan: Is Eurovision A Rare Opportunity For Change?

Brazil: Famous Singer Pays Homage to Her Iconic Mother

The singer Maria Rita toured Brazil with a series of free concerts in homage to her late mother Elis Regina, one of the most iconic performers of Brazilian music. The...

Lebanon: UK Ambassador to Chat on Twitter with Haifa Wehbe

Palestine: PalFest Literature Festival in Gaza for First Time

This year for the first time the Palestinian Festival of Literature was held in Gaza. A group of about forty Egyptian, Tunisian, Sudanese and Palestinian authors, artists and activists were...

Indonesia: Lady Gaga's Concert Permit Denied

After being pressured by conservative politicians and hardline groups, which branded Lady Gaga as a devil worshiper, the Indonesian police announced that it won't issue a permit to the highly...

Venezuela: Street Art on the Internet

Artists and musicians broaden their audience when they come into contact with citizen media. Here we show some citizen videos of artists in the streets of Venezuela.

Armenia: Campaign in Support of Bar Targeted by Nationalists

South Africa: Remembering Brenda Fassie

Armenia: Bar Targeted By Suspected Nationalists In Arson Attack

At around 5.30am on 8 May, a bar in Yerevan found itself the target of an arson attack. Popular among alternative types and widely known for its gay-friendly policy, it...

Armenia: The Bambir in Ireland

Indonesia: Geography Lesson For Justin Bieber

While explaining the creative process for one of his new tracks, singer Justin Bieber said that it was recorded in some “random country”. The random country is Indonesia and it...

Africa: Is Faint Medal the next Osibisa?

Hong Kong: Evangelists Accuse Lady Gaga of Leading Youth Astray

American singer and songwriter Lady Gaga is currently touring Asia with her 'Born This Way Ball'. On the eve of her first concert in Hong Kong, an evangelist group's campaign...

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