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11 October 2010

Stories from 11 October 2010

Armenia: Domestic violence claims a life

The issue of domestic violence in Armenia is well known, albeit rarely spoken about openly. However, a video interview with the family of a young woman who died of injuries...

Lebanon: This morning in Beirut

Armenia: Abuse in Yerevan school

Venezuela: Crime and Violence ‘Staring you in the Face’

Mexico: Mexico City as Example for Making Latin American Cities More Livable

Ecuador: A Personal Account of September 30

Paraguay: The Problems with Soy Production

Vietnam: Hanoi’s 1,000th birthday festivities

Hanoi is 1,000 years old. The festivities to mark the historic occasion in Vietnam lasted for ten days from October 1-10. Bloggers share their observations and reactions about how the...

Anguilla: Not Quite Ready

Trinidad & Tobago: Contract Questions

Jamaica: The Force of Film

Curacao: Netherlands Antilles is no more

Jamaica: (Wo)man of the Year

North Korea: North Korea's Alledged Flicker Account

South Korea:Senior N.Korean Defector Hwang Jang-yop Died of Natural Causes

Brazil: Abortion debate heats up in presidential runoff

The debate on abortion has taken centre-stage in the runoff of the Brazilian presidential elections, with bloggers concerned it is being used to win votes rather than foster discussion of...

Morocco: Against Torture Somewhere; Against Torture Anywhere

Moroccan bloggers have been expressing outrage over the indifference of the mainstream media and apparent double standards of their government following the death of a young Moroccan at the hands...

China: The Chinese Traitor Who Got A Prize Is Still A Chinese Traitor

Brazil: first Dilma-Serra debate in presidential runoff

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