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· January, 2007

Stories about Protest from January, 2007

Ukraine: Two Years of Yushchenko's Presidency

Two years ago, Dan and Lesya McMinn of Orange Ukraine were among hundreds of thousands of people who came to Kyiv's Independence Square (Maidan Nezalezhnosti) on Jan. 23 to listen...

Kenya: an update from the World Social Forum

Lebanon: General Strike

A general strike that was called for by the opposition brought Lebanon to a standstill today. Bloggers posted photos, video clips, analysis and updates on the strike and the activities...

Egypt: Protest Against Atrocities Committed by Police

Egypt: Spotlight on Beirut

Hong Kong: Star ferry MTV

Why Independence for Quebec but not Guadeloupe?

Lebanon: Opposition Getting Violent

Kenya: drama at the World Social Forum

Guinea: Conakry is Dying

The Global Voices Show #4

Finally — the fourth episode of The Global Voices Show has landed! In this edition we feature excerpts from the following podcasts: - The IndiCast (India) – also see Global...

Argentina: Still searching for Julio Lopez

Bolivia: A Conflict Online

Video taken by Estotaweno of the “Youth for Democracy” crowd that broke through the police line towards an eventual confrontation with coca farmers in Cochabamba. January 11, 2007 is already...

Russia: “The New Wave of Nazi Terror”

Malawi/USA: legacies of peace and justice

Turkey is Typing…the Death of Hrant Dink

While normally this column focuses on what only Turkish bloggers are saying, sometimes events happen that warrant the voices of not only Turkish points-of-views but others as well. The Death...

Latvia: Monuments

Hungary: Punishment for War Criminal

Croatia, Serbia: Vets vs Bora Dordevic

Russia, Estonia: The Monument

Estonia‘s parliament voted last week to relocate from the center of the capital Tallinn the Soviet-era monument to the Red Army soldiers who died in World War II. The bronze...

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