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2 June 2010

Stories from 2 June 2010

Armenia: Journalist arrested in Liberty Square

Israel: Fighting the #Flotilla Digital War

The global impact that social media and the real time web had as this story evolved is undeniable. From Twitter to Facebook and onto active forums and talkback threads, the...

Bolivia: International Book Fair in Santa Cruz Breaks Own Record

Malawi: On the decision to pardon gay couple

Ghana: Is Ghana's national team a disaster?

Ghana: Black Stars going forward or backward?

Africa: Winners of Museke Online Africa Music Awards

Niger: From impending crisis to humanitarian emergency

Jamaica: New Developments

Jamaica: Rock the Calabash

Cuba: Condemning the Flotilla Attack

Trinidad & Tobago: Red Earth

Jamaica: Dudus’ Brother In Custody

El Salvador: Storm Agatha Sinking the Country

China: Creative Kiss Challenge on Streets of Xi'an

Brazil/Bulgaria: Domain Name Debate

Brazil: The Eleitor2010 Project

Colombia: Reactions to Presidential Elections from the Blogosphere

The Colombian blogosphere also reacted to the outcome of the presidential elections held on May 30, discussing why the Green party candidate, Antanas Mockus, lost to the candidate of the...

MENA: Israel will have to Choose

Condemnations are flying left, right, and centre after Israel attacked a Turkish-led flotilla headed to Gaza to deliver humanitarian aid and break the blockade on the Palestinian enclave. Here are...

Morocco: Where Some People are More Equal than Others

All Moroccans are equal, but some Moroccans are more equal than others, writes Moroccan blogger Jamal Elabiad. He comes to this conclusion following a corruption case allegedly involving a high...