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13 August 2010

Stories from 13 August 2010

Guyana: Back Then

Colombia: The 53rd Festival of Flowers in Medellín

The 53rd Annual Festival of Flowers recently took place in Medellín, Colombia and was discussed on citizen media, including the topic of the conflict between two local television stations for...

Ukraine: Businessman Seeks Protection Via YouTube, Not Police

St. Lucia: R.I.P. Sesenne

Video: Music videos under 99 USD

In an industry where expenses keep rising, making and promoting a music video can get tough. The 99 Dollar Music Video website gives bands and filmmakers a chance to shine...

Trinidad & Tobago: Red Mango

Cuba: He's Back

Cuba: Marching in Memory

Bangladesh: International Internet Gateways Do Not Support IPv6

Pakistan: Under-reporting of Non-Muslims

India: The Blackberry Debate

Nepal: Leadership Vacuum Continues

More than a month after the resignation of Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal, the Himalayan country Nepal is still without a leader. Four rounds of elections have failed to produce...

Africa: A blog about visual art in Africa

Africa: Yes We Can: Songs About Leaving Africa

Rwanda: Is Rwanda like Singapore?

Africa: It's time for Big Brother Africa All-Stars

On July 18, 2010 Big Brother Africa, a television show produced by Endemol, entered its fifth season with Big Brother Africa All-Stars. The show, which has become the most popular...

Zambia: The people Vs George Mpombo (former Defence Minister

Russia: Blogger Accredited for 2010 Youth Olympics

Philippines: “Jejemon” Translator and the Global Voices Manifesto

Jejemon is a special combination of internet and mobile phone language which is popularly used by young Filipinos today. Using the Jejemon Translator, let us 'jejemonize' the Global Voices Manifesto.

Taiwan: Political Ad based on Hong Kong