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14 January 2010

Stories from 14 January 2010

Azerbaijan: Selective Law

Azerbaijan: Baku pogroms

Bangladesh: Traffic Jam And The Prime Minister

Pakistan: Traffic Jam And The President

Dominican Republic: Helping Neighboring Haiti After Earthquake

Conversations for a Better World

Haiti and the Dominican Republic share the island of Hispaniola. While those in the DR only were shaken, Haiti suffered devastating damage after the earthquake struck. Dominicans are doing what...

Sri Lanka: Journalist Fell Prey To Election Violence

Sri Lankan Presidential Elections: The Heat Is On

As the date of presidential election approaches in Sri Lanka, the campaigns have grown intense and the heat can also be felt in the Sri Lankan blogosphere. Many bloggers are...

Russia: Businessman in Exile Uses Blog to Answer Questions

Caribbean: Helping Haiti

Bloggers around the Caribbean react to the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti. Some appeal to the public to support relief efforts; others scrutinise how Caribbean governments and media have responded to...

Ecuador: Radio Voice of Arutam Taken Off the Air

Radio Voice of Arutam, which broadcasts to the indigenous community of the Shuar, was taken off the air because the Ecuadorian government said that it had incited violence during protests...

Uganda: Museveni distances himself from Anti-Homosexuality Bill

Zimbabwe: Putting information in the hands of Zimbabweans

Hotline to check status of Filipinos in Haiti

South Africa: Photos of first day in school from readers

Cambodia: Conference on “Open knowledge, free culture”

Why Malaysians are migrating?

Philippines: Top gay films of the decade

Brunei: “Rainart” on Twitter

Haiti, Jamaica: Prayer & Action

Haiti: Destruction in Jacmel