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· July, 2011

Stories about Macedonia from July, 2011

Macedonia: Media Allegations Against George Soros

Filip Stojanovski of Razvigor reports on disinformation in Macedonian media allegations that American businessman and philantropist, George Soros, would have sponsored the Albanian side during the Kosovo war to exploit...

Macedonia, Tunisia, Egypt: Comparing Experiences

SlavicaI compares the features of Macedonian protests with those in Egypt and Tunisia, based on shared experiences by participants of the Summer University at Universitat Rovira i Virgili (Tarragona, Spain).

Macedonia: First All-Women Hacker Night

Jovanka Gulicoska informed [mk] on her blog about the upcoming All-Women Hacker Night, scheduled for Wednesday, July 13, in the KIKA Hacklab in Skopje (FB event). According to the official...

Macedonia: Singer Shakira and Local Political Propaganda

Razvigor :-) reports that several Macedonian pro-government media outlets have “revived an old Internet hoax about supposed Macedonian roots of global music star Shakira in order to provide more air...

Macedonia: Concert Against Police Brutality

Arangel informs through a photo gallery that protests against police brutality continued with the concert of Bernays Propaganda during the celebration of the 20th anniversary of radio Channel 103 called...

Macedonia: Views from Abroad on Protests Against Police Violence

Filip Stojanovski writes about how the ongoing protests against police brutality in Macedonia are viewed from abroad.

Macedonia: Call to Support Protests via Video Clips

People who protest against police brutality in Macedonia issued a call to all domestic [mk] and foreign [en] supporters to send short video clips with their sound-bite opinion by June...

Macedonia: Omertà Exceptions

A review of the Macedonian online-only commercial media that do not define themselves as pro-opposition confirms the notion that the protests against police brutality are a taboo. A lot of...

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