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5 October 2010

Stories from 5 October 2010

Russia: Medvedev Addresses the People of Belarus via Video Blog

RuNet Echo

Two weeks ago, Belarus' current leader and future presidential hopeful (yet again) bashed the Russian President's blog. Medvedev responded by sending a video blog message to the people of Belarus....

Sri Lanka: Children And The Race Question

Maldives: Why The Migrant Workers Struggle

Morocco: Another Magazine Bites the Dust

Morocco's only weekly magazine published in the local Arabic dialect, darija, Nichane is closing shop after a sustained advertising boycott. Bloggers lament the loss of a publication which filled a...

Tidiane Deme, Director of Google Francophone Africa on the Future of Internet

Mexico: TV Host Threatens Twitter User, #Brozo Becomes Trending Topic

Africa: My Trouble With Contemporary African Dance

Argentina: Students from Buenos Aires Protest Education

Liberia: I will take my potato greens with a side of Jesus

Malawi: Social Bookmarking for Blogs About Malawi

Zambia: Has Governance Improved?

Africa: Participate in Digital Natives Workshop

Burkina Faso: Folk Singer Icon Mahama Konaté Is No More

South Korea: Social Network’s Personal Information Gathering Evoke Public Anger

Iran: Russians bloggers in the Embassy of Iran

Dominican Republic: Digital TV in 2015

September 24th 2015 is the set date by the Dominican Institute of Telecommunications (Indotel) to make the definitive transition to digital television.

Jamaica: Communities & Climate Change

Barbados: Flooding Issues

Jamaica: Nicole's Aftermath

Macedonia: Continuing Horror in Mental Health Institutions

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