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26 August 2010

Stories from 26 August 2010

Armenia-Azerbaijan: Unbiased e-media coverage call for projects

South Korea: Controversy Overshadows Woman Climber’s World Record

South Korea's Oh Eun-sun is believed to be the first woman to have climbed the world's 14 highest mountains. One of her peaks was being disputed and bloggers have delved...

Cuba: Censorship, Technology and Memory

East Timor: (Un)Dignified Sculptures of Women in Shangai World Expo 2010

Algeria: Bloggers Denounce the Exclusion of Egypt from the Algiers Book Fair

Following the tensions from a football match in Cairo between the Egyptian and Algerian football teams, Algiers Book Fair (SILA) decided to exclude Egyptian books from the event. The decision...

Malawi: Bloggers discuss freedom of speech and 2014 election

Malawian bloggers are currently discussing the nomination of Malawian president's brother as the ruling party presidential candidate for 2014 elections and recent arrest of a Presbyterian senior pastor Rev Levi...

Russia: Bono Sings Together with Opposition Musician

Pakistan Floods: First Hand Report From Kohistan

Russia: Noize MC's New Song

Pakistan Floods: First Hand Report From Charsadda

Russia: “Where's Your Rabbi?”

Northern Cyprus: Rihanna's Concert

Hungary: More on Béla Biszku's Case

Jamaica: Garvey's Home

U.S.V.I.: Watching Earl

Trinidad & Tobago: Crime & Punishment

Hungary: St. Stephen

Guyana: Domestic Violence

India-Bangladesh Relations Is Necessity Driven

Hungary: Foreign Media on Orbán's Government

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