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17 October 2009

Stories from 17 October 2009

Tunisia: Electoral Campaign Not on Track

Tunisia is gearing up for its presidential elections on October 25. The election campaign started on October 11, but not all political parties and politicians are able to join the...

Argentina: The Approval of a New Media Law

The Argentinean Senate approved a new law of audiovisual media, which establishes a new series of rules for the regulation of open signal, cable, and satellite television and radio.

Egypt: Campaign Against Abusive Publishers

An Egyptian blogger and author has had it with dealing with unscrupulous publishers and is taking the initiative to make the voices of authors not given a chance a a...

Japan: Avatars come to life in the anime Summer Wars

Against the background of the Japanese countryside, feel good sentiments and an extraordinary virtual world are featured in Summer Wars (サマーウォーズSama wozu) [ja], the new animated movie by director Mamoru...

Tunisia: Watching Arab Media on HIV/AIDS

Conversations for a Better World

Zied Mhirsi is a Tunisian doctor and blogger, based in the USA, who is dedicated to fighting the spread of HIV/AIDS in the Middle East and North Africa. Last year,...

Trinidad & Tobago: Poor Coverage

Bahamas: Fed Up With Crime

Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados: Salt

Trinidad & Tobago: Registration Legislation?

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