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6 May 2010

Stories from 6 May 2010

Nigeria: Bloggers mourn death of president Yar'Adua

"The unfortunate passing of President Yar'Adua will reduce any lingering questions over who controls the country,” writes Nigerian blogger Solomon Sydelle.The Nigerian president died May 5, 2010 at age 58...

Guyana: Portuguese Past

Trinidad & Tobago: Reality Elections

Cuba: Legal Process

Cuba: Health Care Standards

Singapore: Complaining through internet

Singapore: Euthanasia debate

Singapore: Sexuality education

Singapore: Transgender women campaign vs discrimination

Thailand: Red Shirts and Thai society

Global Voices Summit Begins Soon!

After a few months of planning and one very disruptive earthquake, we're now less than 10 hours from starting this year's Global Voices Citizen Media Summit 2010.

Kyrgyzstan: Much work to be done

One of the most notable pieces to surface  on local media platform Kloop last week was posted by Burul Usmanaliev, and related to an attack on the ownership of a...

Colombia: A Day Without Cars in Medellín

The city of Medellín recently celebrated the Day Without Cars, where motor vehicles were prohibited from the streets of the Colombian city. As a way to raise awareness about the...

Russia, Ukraine: Politics and Demography

Russia: Yegor Gaidar's Legacy

Ukraine, Russia: The Crimean Tatar Factor

Bulgaria: Illegal Dogs

Russia: Communist May Day; Monstration

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