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· January, 2013

Stories about Youth from January, 2013

Kony's LRA Kills Villagers in Yalinga, Central African Republic

China: Significance of the Southern Weekend Incident

Students Revisit the Unique Link between Corsica and Puerto Rico

Snowballs: Russia's Phantom Menace

St. Petersburg police have dispersed a snowball fighting flashmob in the city center. The RuNet is outraged.

The Mauritanian Water Uprising

1968 Comes to Today's Russian Universities?

Last month, on December 18, students at the Russian State University of Trade and Economics (RSUTE) began a strike and blocked the main door of their alma mater. Controversy surrounds...

Sex Allegations Hound Russia's Top Blogger

As RuNet was preparing to celebrate the New Year, Tatyana Delsal, estranged ex-wife of popular blogger and Coordinating Council member Rustem Adagamov, has accused him of statutory rape.

Uganda in 2012: 50 Years of Independence and Africa's Youngest MP

2012 was one of the happiest years in Uganda's history. Sweet memories of 2012 range from Ugandans electing Africa's youngest Member of Parliament to 50 year independence celebrations.

Mauritanian Women Speak up against Rape

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