Stories about Weblog from December, 2018
The meeting appears to signal a pivot from his predecessor José Eduardo dos Santos, whose administration was notorious for the ill-treatment of activists, journalists, and international NGOs.
In Hungary, protests continue at the public broadcast building where opposition MPs were removed by force
Protests continued in the Hungarian capital in front of the public broadcasting service building with opposition MP's ejected for demanding an end to the so-called "slavery law".
This South American drink beloved by millions is very close to making its way into the emoji lexicon.
Over a weekend in November 2018, 25 young girls from Oaxaca learned about photography techniques from instructors of the Museum of Photographic Arts.
This article is based on the story “Hungarians protest against the government in front of Parliament every night” written by Anita Kőműves, with photos by Márk Tremmel and Áron Halász...
Internet users remain divided over whether or not Google's supposed return to China is a good thing -- or not.
Alaa has been jailed or investigated under every Egyptian head of state who has served during his lifetime.
Protests are estimated to have doubled in size after Serbian president vows "never" to meet demonstrators' demands.
Given Japan's year of natural catastrophes, the Japanese Kanji Proficiency Society thought that “disaster” was a suitable symbol for 2018.
For the first time in the country's civil aviation history, an airplane was operated entirely by women.
"Suddenly, on Monday, we saw youths from the Chokwe community with Angolan policemen starting to burn the homes of those perceived to be foreigners."
"We believe that Filipino language and literature is vital in deepening the critical, creative, free, and liberating capacities of students and people."
"...I get negative comments on social media, even by women, but I think these comments given to me have helped me grow from a better person to a better designer"
"One cannot expect clean politics which have been financed by corrupt money." The combination of secret financing and corruption is a real threat to the legitimacy of Madagascar's elections.
Local media misinformed the public about the scale and scope of the protest, sparking a cascade of online criticism.
The number of Twitter users who have been directly threatened by authorities is estimated to be in the hundreds or even more.
"How can a prime minister be offended by someone sharing a Facebook post?"
Lebanon's Cybercrimes Bureau also asked him to sign a pledge to not speak about the case again, but he refused.
"In light of the adversity I have encountered, I feel the need to stress that my only desire going forward is peace and love."
For the first time, a digital security app is available in Aymara thanks to Bolivian language activists
"For us, language is our identity. If we lose our language, we lose our traditions, our culture, our stories, our ancestral knowledge -- we lose everything."