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· May, 2008

Stories about Video from May, 2008

Brazil: Visible and Invisible Indians and Scoops

Brazilian Indians were in the spotlight of world media this week. From the images of an uncontacted tribe in the Amazon, to the enraged protest caught on camera against the...

Egypt: On Caramel

Japan: Grumpy Jiisan on Nico Nico Douga

The latest hit at Nico Nico Douga, Japan's popular video sharing service, is a retired man from Arizona calling himself “Grumpy Jiisan” [Grumpy Old Man], who shoots videos in which...

Jamaica, U.S.A.: Everglades Litany

China: After the quake, hoping for aid

From inside and outside China, concerned citizens are helping, and putting their hands out to help the victims of the devastating 7.9 in the Richter scale earthquake that leveled out...

Iran: Chris de Burgh and Aryan Band

Jordan: Talent Show Star Returns

Israel: Holy Land Rehab? Amy Winehouse Rumor Debunked

Ukraine: Pre-Election Kyiv

Australia: Ethnic Macedonian Protest

China: Earthquake Video

Iran:Ballgard,a Persian Funk Group

Colombian anti-military youth group commemorates 10 years of resistance

Last May 17th marked the ten year aniversary of the Antimili sonoro, an event organized by the Youth Network as a way to spread the word about resistance to the...

Tunisia: Carthage Palace under the Spotlight

YouTube starts citizen journalism channel

Giving citizen journalism videos more airtime has just gotten easier: YouTube video uploading website has opened a new channel exclusively for citizen videos named CitizenNews. Vloggers who specialize in reporting...

Iraq: Are the Refugees Returning Home?

Videos: Creativity in facing the water crisis

With two very recent natural disasters in mind: the cyclone in Myanmar and the Earthquake in Sichuan, China, the topic of getting pure and drinkable water to needy populations has...

Palestine: Balfour to Blair

Palestine: One State Solution

Paraguay: Marginalized Sectors Drawing Attention to Demands

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