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4 June 2010

Stories from 4 June 2010

Haiti: “No” to Monsanto

Trinidad & Tobago: Broken Promise

Jamaica: Extortion

Trinidad & Tobago: About those Laptops…

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago: Gulf Spill

Iran: A blog for Derakhshan

Iran:”Hizbollah” interrupted Khomeini Grandson's speech

Iran: Majid Tavakoli stopped his hunger strike

Brazil: Landlocked Crowds set up a Beach in a Mountain Town

When at the end of last year, Belo Horizonte’s City Hall published a decree banning events of any nature from taking place at one of the most popular squares in...

Guatemala: Video Shows Aftermath of Storm Agatha

Russia: State regulation of metals market

Czech Republic: Gender and youth in politics

Belarus: Europe via Minsk and Caracas

Russia: Death of Voznesensky

Russia-USA: First Stalin memorial on American soil

Russia: Are Websites Responsible for User Comments?

Russia: Relations Between Bloggers and Car Manufacturers

Russia: Mapping Top Bloggers and Regional Communities

Alexey Sidorenko shares his analysis of the data on Russia's top bloggers and regional communities.

Lebanon: Blogosphere buzzing after Israeli attack on Gaza flotilla

Israel's attack on a Gaza aid convoy that killed at least 10 peace activists has sparked an international outcry, no less in Lebanon. The Lebanese blogosphere reacted sharply to news...

Syria: Lash Out Continues Against Israel's Raid on Gaza Aid Convoy

The deadly Israeli raid on the aid convoy headed to Gaza to break the blockade has once again brought the suffering of Palestinians in Gaza into the limelight. The political...

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