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20 April 2010

Stories from 20 April 2010

Bangladesh: Let Language Be Free

The Bangla blogosphere and Bangladeshi Facebook users are angry with protests as 'Avro', a freeware and one of the popular and widely used Bangla input systems, was accused as a...

Costa Rica: Clashes Over Autonomy on UCR Campus

On April 12, 2010, Costa Rican police officers arrived to the University of Costa Rica to detain a campus transit officer, accused of corruption. However, members of the university community...

Brazil: Blogging Against ACTA

Bahamas: Stranded in Belfast

Dominica: Trois Pitons

Trinidad & Tobago: Making it Happen

Cuba: Hunger Strikers

Guyana: Roasted Eggplant

Peru: Lima Residents Run to Raise Awareness for Water Issues

On April 18, 2010, residents of Lima participated in the Dow Live Earth Run for Water, a 6-km run/walk, which represents the average distance many women and children walk every...

Bangladesh: National HR Policy for White Collars

India: Bizu 2010 celebrated by Chakmas in Delhi

Kenya: Flying toilets and poop

Sudan: On buying and selling of votes

Korean Pop

Uganda: Can the opposition defeat Museveni in 2011?

China: Myths and truths about Chinese criminal law

Egypt: Let's Shoot those Protesters!

In a debate on recurrent demonstrations, Egyptian ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) members of Parliament lashed out during a verbal battle with Muslim Brotherhood MPs over protesters in the country...

Venezuela: Community Theater Addresses Urban Realities

Nuevo Circo Artístico is a Venezuelan project that uses community theater to engage youth in Caracas to explore the realities of their urban surroundings.

Nicaragua: The Uses of Twitter

Azerbaijan: Act of revenge against bloggers