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19 October 2010

Stories from 19 October 2010

Ukraine: Yanukovych on Roads and Taxes

Bosnia & Herzegovina: “Future Post-History”

Ukraine: Stance on the Customs Union

Russia: Attack on the Chechen Parliament

Serbia: Two Internet Entrepreneurs Detained for Months Without Trial

Danica Radisic writes about the plight of Internet entrepreneurs Djordje Djokic and Dusan Jaglicic, who have been in jail for the past eight months, with no possibility of bail, no...

Chile: Interview with Twitter's @laura

Argentina: Where is Luciano Arruga?

Nicaragua: Open Government and the Evolution of e-Government

Venezuela: Misinformation on ETA-Chávez Connection

Video: Collaborative online reading of Don Quixote

One of the most loved works of literary fiction, Don Quixote, has come to life through YouTube. Hundreds of volunteers are reading fragments of Miguel de Cervantes' work and uploading...

Nepal: The Fate Of Maoist Army After UNMIN

Zimbabwe: Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe Support Ministry of Health

Uganda/Sudan: Where is Joseph Kony?

Nigeria: Success story of polio vaccination

Tanzania: Running for Office While Combining Kangas With Social Media

Danish blogger Pernille Bærendtsen looks at the use of traditional elements and social media in Tanzania election campaigns focusing on Zitto Kabwe, the parliamentary candidate for Kigoma North. Her post...

Trinidad & Tobago: In Honour of Rhea

Haiti: Heavy Rains

Trinidad & Tobago: Battling Corruption

Cuba: On Exile

Puerto Rico: Presenting the reputable online paper “The Yam”

They are definitely funny. Not to mention that the often absurd and surreal Puerto Rican political landscape gives them plenty of material. They are El Cangrimán, El Rata and Oscar...