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11 August 2009

Stories from 11 August 2009

Armenia: Journalist assaulted

Japan: Suicide rate of SDF officials

Tunisian Tweets Aggregator Launched

Bolivia: Free Software Activist Richard Stallman Visits

Barbados: Seeking Solutions

Trinidad & Tobago: Feeling Tight

Suriname: Questions Seeking Answers

Trinidad & Tobago: Above The Law?

China: Foreigners camping on the Great Wall, Chinese reactions

Barbados: Respecting the Environment

Korea: Commentary on Clinton visit

China: An “old comrade” urges re-evaluation of the CCP

Puerto Rico: The Battle Over Public Lands

The Puerto Rican government has issued an order to remove 200 families from the Villas del Sol community, under the premise that they illegally occupied lands that are prone to...

Sri Lanka: Perils Of Communal Schools

Pakistan: Shutting Down Lahore Food Street

Mexico: Telling Secrets on Twitter

Rafa Saavedra is a connosseiur of underground culture from Tijuana, México. In an interview, he tells about his most recent project combining Twitter and the telling of secrets.

Azerbaijan: Bloggers’ appeal rejected

Media Helping Media reports that appeals by Adnan Hajizade and Emin Milli, two video bloggers and youth activists currently held in pre-trial detention in Azerbaijan on what many consider to...

Sri Lanka: Growing Censorship

India: Advice For Bloggers

Malawi: The good, the bad and the hopeful in health care

In this post we highlight some of what Malawian bloggers are writing about the country's health care system. We look at bloggers describing developments in eye care, reflecting on midwifery,...