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· September, 2010

Stories about Western Europe from September, 2010

Vietnam: Blogger Pham Minh Hoang Charged with Attempt at Overthrowing the Government

Europe: “Mapping Stereotypes”

UK: Interview With Donald Newholm On ‘History of USSR’ Tetris Song

Azerbaijan: Journalists to visit Sweden ahead of November vote

Italy: Social Media Week in Milan and Worldwide

Social Media Week is an eclectic, multi-city event (Sept 20-24) aimed at connecting people, content, and conversations about emerging trends in social and mobile media.

UK, Romania: “Katalin Varga”

Russia: Luzhkov's Birthday, Vacation and Prose

Macedonia, Greece: Porcupine Tree Concert in Thessaloniki

Portugal: Monthly “Green” Blogging Competition

Armenia: The British Ambassador blogs

Palestine: Sending A Message With Social Media

Arjan El Fassed made headlines last year for having a street in a Palestinian refugee camp named after his Twitter account, and has been involved with an online initiative in...

Guinea Bissau: Bridging Cultures Through Language

Slovakia: No Money for Greece

Slovakia's refusal to take part in the Greek bailout has "outraged" the European Central Bank. Tibor Blazko translates some of what the Slovak netizens think about the issue.

Portugal: Students Demand Social Action in Higher Education

Global: If there is no water, there is no life

The Twentieth gathering for the World Water Week (WWW) took place in Sweden's Capital Stockholm from the 5th to the 11th of September 2010 with the theme The Water Quality...

Macedonia: Bronze Lions, Accountability & Transparency

The new statues of four bronze lions on a Skopje bridge attracted the attention of the Macedonian public by the end of August. The initial arrogant refusal of accountability by...

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