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3 September 2010

Stories from 3 September 2010

Iran: Pro regime forces attacked a mosque

USA: My Faith My Voice collaborative video project

Mozambique: Violence and Shooting spreads to Chimboio

Africa: That African Girl

Ghana: Do You Know Kube-ology?

Zimbabwe: Art Threatens Mugabe

Ghana: TEDxAccra takes place September 20, 2010

Africa: Doing business with a cell phone

South Africa: Proposed Protection of Information Bill – Apartheid Era Politics?

South Africa has been regarded as having one of the most free press in the world. Now, these much lauded freedoms are once again being threatened. The South African parliament...

Chile: Isabel Allende Wins Chilean National Prize for Literature

Mexico: Controversy Over Cartoon of Flag With Gunned-Down Eagle

Colombia: Children's Literature Author Jairo Aníbal Niño Dies

Jairo Aníbal Niño, one of the most-loved authors of children's literature in Colombia, passed away last Monday. Twitter users and bloggers remembered the author and his work.

Azerbaijan: World's highest flag hits a snag

Haiti: Remember to be Kind

Trinidad & Tobago: CIB Insight

Does Egypt love Egyptians?

As the gap between dreams and reality widens, young Egyptians are asking themselves if they still love their country and whether their country loves them in return. Eman AbdElRahman zooms...

U.S.V.I.: After Earl

Caribbean, U.K.: Notting Hill 2010

Cuba: Press Freedom Hero

Bermuda: Economic Reality

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