· March, 2008

Stories about Brazil from March, 2008

Brasil: The FARCs statement in face of the death of Raul Reyes

  5 March 2008

Professor Antônio echoes in his blog[PT] the statement allegedly made (in spanish) by FARC's High Command in face of what they call “the assassination of Raul Reyes”, one of the political group's leaders, and several other people in an attack by the Colombian army some days ago.

Fidel here and there

  1 March 2008

O Escriba blogs[PT] about the shocking difference between the covers of the Brazilian Veja magazine and the North-American New Yorker magazine about the end of Fidel Castro's long term on Cuba's government, and links to Luiz Carlos Azenha's blog post about the same subject[PT], that quotes the verbatim of the...

Brazil: Whose, and what kind of party, was Campus Party 2008?

  1 March 2008

The biggest event of the world involving people interested in internet and technology has just had its first Brazilian edition. Daniel Duende was among the thousands of participants who gathered together under the same roof in São Paulo to live and work for seven days, and now reports on the aftermath of the camping, which was great for some and awful for others, and goes beyond the clash the between traditional media and bloggers.

Brad Will, one night more at the barricade

  1 March 2008

DPadua, from imaginarios.net/fluxos[PT], highlights in his blog[PT] the release of the movie “Brad Will, uma noite mais nas barricadas” [“Brad Will, one night more at the barricade”, PT], about the IndyMedia cameraman that was shot by the paramilitary in Oaxaca, Mexico, in 2006. Brad's camera kept recording the scene as...

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