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30 July 2009

Stories from 30 July 2009

Russia: Vasily Krima, aka the “Volgograd Obama”

Moldova: Election Updates

Egypt: Fox News Creative Chaos

Russia: Putin on Solzhenitsyn

The Balkans: Mladic Update

Russia: Unsold iPhones

Ukraine: Q&A with Hryhoriy Nemyrya

Russia: Activists Appeal To Iranian Opposition

Mexico: Free Events Around the City

Mexico: The Santa Fe District

Paraguay: Typical Food Called Sopa

Brazil: Fighting for more recycling with the Electronic Waste Manifesto

In Brazil, a bill regarding the disposal of solid residuals has been amended to exclude electronic waste. As a first step to fight this change, an Electronic Waste Manifesto has...

Pakistan: Citizen Media Vs. Print Media

Iran: Mourning the Green Movement's Victims

Bangladesh, India: Tipaimukh Dam And Transparency

Technology for Transparency Network

The controversy surrounding the Tipaimukh Hydroelectric Project currently continues to dominate the politics, media, and intellectual and civil society’s discourse in Bangladesh.

Colombia: Hiperbarrio Featured at Periodismo Ciudadano

The citizen media project HiperBarrio from Medellín, Colombia continues to receive worldwide attention. They were recently featured in a series of videos created by the Spanish website Periodismo Ciudadano.

Haiti: Secret Funeral

Trinidad & Tobago: Emancipation Celebrations

China: Sulfur mining in Big Tree County

Trinidad & Tobago: PM vs. the Media

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