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25 May 2010

Stories from 25 May 2010

Slovenia, Croatia: More on the Border Dispute

Ukraine: Medvedev in Kyiv; Yanukovych & the Wreath

Cape Verde: Using an Online Tool to Fight Dengue

Egypt: On Street Activists and Citizen Journalists

Between online activists, citizen journalists, and street demonstrators, it seems that the cause lost it's purpose and the Internet turned into a soundproof room for cursing and cussing. Marwa Rakha...

Egypt: 30 Days of Blogging

Egyptian bloggers are taking part in an initiative called 30 Days of Blogging, where they should write a new blog post every day for one whole month. The drive started...

Azerbaijan: Live tweeting Eurovision from Oslo, Norway

Russian DST Group Will Increase Investment in Foreign Internet Companies

Jamaica: Women of Tivoli Gardens

Trinidad & Tobago: Indian Arrival Day

Jamaica: Citizen Media Follows the Standoff

A study in extremes is perhaps how the last 24 hours in the Caribbean region could be adequately described: As Trinidad and Tobago peacefully went to the polls and elected...

Zimbabwe: Employees of Gay and Lesbian of Zimbabwe detained

Africa: Africa “Retrogressive” Report 2010

Africa: Celebrating Africa Day

South Africa: Julius Malema Wants to Kiss and Make Up!

Julius Malema, the president of the ANC Youth League (ANCYL) is no stranger to controversy. In fact, many would argue that it is what he thrives on. He is regarded...

Africa: The ultimate challenge for African magicians at World Cup

Russia: Hosting Providers Sign Charter Against Illegal Content

Africa: Salesforce Foundation funds Maneno blogging platform

Fiji backs down on suspending Parliamentary pensions

Southeast Asia: Reactions to Thailand protests

The violent confrontations between the heavily armed soldiers and Red Shirt protesters in Thailand in the past week have stunned the world. What are the reactions of bloggers from neighbouring...

Egypt: Parliament Votes to Extend Emergency Law

The Egyptian Parliament decision to extend state-sanctioned emergency rule for another two years garnered international criticism and domestic backlash, as the law gives exclusive right to the Ministry of the...

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