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7 December 2009

Stories from 7 December 2009

Cuba: One Year of Blogging from the Inside

The community of Bloggers Cuba celebrate their first year of blogging about Cuba "from the inside".

Pakistan: Bolster National Pride

Nepal: India-Nepal 1950 Treaty

Iran: Student Day Demonstration on YouTube

Thousands of protesters defied the Islamic regime today by protesting during Student Day, chanting slogans against Ali Khamenei, the leader of the Islamic Republic, and protesting the government's foreign policy.

Russia: “Free Labor or People For Rent” Video

Behind the scenes of Kiva's micro-lending

Featured Author: Mac-Jordan Holdbrookes-Degadjor

From his home in Accra, Ghana, Global Voices author Mac-Jordan Holdbrookes-Degadjor talks about his prolific blogging and tweeting activity and his many collaborations with online communities.

Madagascar's forests decimated for $460,000 a day

As the world's nations gather in Copenhagen for the UN Convention on Climate Change, Madagascar, having already lost 90% of its original forest, faces continued threats from black market logging,...

St. Lucia: Going Digital

Barbados: Tourism Weak?

Bermuda: Of Leglisation and Violence

Jamaica: Climate Awareness

Guyana: Let Them Eat Cake

Iran: Students chanted slogans against regime

Namibia: One woman's story

Azerbaijan: Culinary Blogging

Leyla's Room interviews Farida Sadikhova Buyuran, the blogger behind AZ Cookbook. Posting recipes, backgrounds and photographs of traditional Azeri cuisine, as well as other dishes, the interview details Farida's passion...

Kenya: Bloggers discuss Kenyan explosive drama, Shuga

Staying alive campaign being the world largest youth focused HIV prevention campaign content together with MTV bring an explosive drama for the world AIDS Day Shuga . Shuga slides away...

China: Young people and housing

China and the World Map of the Internet

Africa: Marking World AIDS Day Poetically

Blogger poets in Africa mark World Aids Day 2009 with selective words to describe the registry of emotions triggered by a pandemic that still sees no end.

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