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· August, 2010

Stories about Protest from August, 2010

Venezuela: Franklin Brito Dies After Several Hunger Strikes

Franklin Brito, a farmer who had been on a hunger strike since July 2009, died from a respiratory arrest in a military hospital on Monday night. Brito had lived through...

Cuba: Same Old Song

Russia: Bloggers Outraged by Putin's Interview

Taiwan: 250000 Facebook users against inadequate court sentence

Taiwan: Students ask for more rights

Costa Rica: University Students Protest Budget Agreements

Some University of Costa Rica students took hold of the social sciences building in protest of the budgetary agreement that was reached between the government and university officials where a...

Colombia: Cat Launching Video by Radio DJ Causes Outrage

A video uploaded by DJ Yohan Melguizo on popular social network Facebook two months ago is causing outrage among animal lovers in Medellin, Colombia.

South Korea: Extras Went On Strike

Russia: Mari Paganism and Charges of “Extremism”

Palestine: Abu Rahmah convicted of incitement for non-violent protest

Strong international, European, Arab, blogger, Twitter and media condemnation followed the conviction of non-violent Palestinian peace activist Abdallah Abu Rahmah, sentenced to prison by Israeli military court. Gabriel Nada rounds...

Russia: “Jailbird Moms”

Russia: Khimki Forest and Bono's “Intervention”

Cuba: Double Standard

Iran: Jailed blogger Goudarzi receives NPC award

Chile: Strong Citizen Response Against Thermal Energy Project

The approval of a thermal energy project sparked a strong online and on-the-ground citizen response; the plant was to be built near the Humboldt Penguin National Reserve and Punta de...

Russia: Noize MC's New Song

Russia: Kaliningrad Politics

Puerto Rico: Live Blogging About Teacher Strike

Iran: Blogger May Face Charge of ‘Waging War Against God’

There is a growing concern that Shiva Nazar Ahari, a jailed human rights activist and blogger may be charged with moharbeh (waging war against God/enmity against God) in an upcoming...

India: Deadly Journalism

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