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· September, 2010

Stories about Youth from September, 2010

Brunei's “national twitter account”

Meet @BruneiTweet, probably Brunei's most famous twitter user who blogs about the lives of ordinary young Bruneians. GV interviewed him about his online projects and other advocacies.

Trinidad & Tobago: Accepting Difference

Iraq: The Little Boy Who Could Not See

Nigeria: On Kidnapping of Children

Morocco: “Why Belle is a Peace Corps Volunteer”

A blog meme is making the rounds amongst female Peace Corps Volunteers in Morocco; though neither of the bloggers who posted the meme disclosed its origins, both women say that...

Jamaica: Back to Court for Banton

Jamaican bloggers - nay, regional bloggers - have been following dancehall music icon Buju Banton's drug possession court case with great interest. Yesterday, news broke that the jury was evenly...

Azerbaijan: Obama calls for bloggers’ release

Zimbabwe: Child Sues for $1.6 Million

The Invisible Border Between Ecuador and Colombia

The Colombia-Ecuador border is once again a contentious issue. Both countries have a border of 586 km and with it a long history of conflict, mutual accusations and reports of...

Barbados: Vigilante Victim Charged

Morocco: Brutal Death in Police Station

El Salvador: Is the Anti-Gang Law the Right Solution?

Azerbaijan: Bloqosfer 2010

Bloqosfer 2010, an event bloggers in Azerbaijan had been looking forward to for about two months, was held on 10-12 September in the resort town of Nabran. Over 100 established...

Venezuela: Web Videos Encouraging Citizens to Vote

Venezuelans will be voting on September 26th to renew the whole body of the National Assembly, the unicameral legislative body which substituted the Congress, and online, dozens of people are...

India: An Inspiring Train Journey

Haiti: Rock On

Haiti: Women's Reality

Cambodia: Controversial mobile phone ad

An advertisement of a major Cambodian mobile phone service provider is being criticized by many netizens for promoting bad internet behavior among the youth. Bloggers are pushing for the removal...

India: The Greed For A Baby Boy

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