Stories about Weblog from January, 2021
"I was given a key that had unlocked the door to exploring futuristic indigenous concepts within my own mind, and more imaginative concepts as a whole."
"If you are not married, and having sexual relationships, you are considered impure and the doctor will not treat you."
Continual clashes between Ethiopian militia groups and Sudanese farmers in Sudan’s al-Fashqa region have put the Sudanese Army on the defense.
Caribbean denounces Trump’s decision to put Cuba back on terrorism list; hopes for a reversal with Biden
Some expect the Biden/Harris administration to re-establish a working relationship with the island; other Cuban commentators find that unlikely. Either way, CARICOM wants Cuba taken off the US' terrorism list.
Publisher Kunda Dixit says the print edition has brought in revenue and positive feedback from readers.
Kenya must act quickly to enforce its new data protection law. If not prepared, the ghosts of Kenya’s political past may once again come back to haunt its citizens.
Mass arrests, blocking of websites, end of judicial independence, among other issues, seem to be in store for Hong Kong this year.
Aimed at social media editors in newsrooms, this 75-minute webinar will focus on how automating publishing on social media can increase reader engagement while freeing up resources for other tasks.
'I noticed how scarce and inaccessible Black children's literature was, compared to other fictional children's books.'
CARICOM is 'deeply concerned at the current prospect of inequitable access to vaccines,' noting that smaller countries would inevitably find it difficult to compete.
"We hope to provide easy access for all Indonesian children to continue to develop their potential during difficult times like today."
Guinean president Alpha Condé succeeded in getting reelected for a third time by imposing a constitutional reform obtained in poll criticized by opposition and organizations.
The sport is now recognized by the World Martial Arts Association and will be included in the 2023 Southeast Asia Games,
A selection of the greatest hits of the 1960s-1980s YuMex wave.
Donald Trump seems to have found supporters amid Japan's religious cults.
In a virtual meeting on January 12, Caribbean leaders put their support behind Guyana, the CARICOM member state in which energy company ExxonMobil began oil exploration in 2008.
It's impossible to explain with words what it was like to live with the anxiety of waiting ... the fear that the bill could be rejected.
Prominent Saudis, including cleric Salman al-Odah, who spoke against the boycott of Qatar in 2017, face a long list of charges such as incitement against the ruler.
In the wake of ExxonMobil's discovery of massive energy reserves in Guyana, a centuries-old border dispute between Venezuela and Guyana heats up.
The storm lost intensity before it hit the country. With memories still fresh of Cyclone IDAI, which left 600 dead in March 2019, Mozambicans feared the worst.
For a third year in a row, Nicaraguans have pushed to release political prisoners, now estimated at about 100 people.