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1 November 2010

Stories from 1 November 2010

Brazil: Dilma's election and what's left for the opposition

Brazil: Right of reply on Twitter

Bulgaria: Reactions to Dilma Rousseff's Victory in Brazil

Brazil's President-elect Dilma Rousseff has been the subject of many conversations in Bulgaria, due to her Bulgarian roots. Ruslan Trad translates some of the online reactions.

Macedonia: Campaign Against Homophobic Education

Macedonia: TEDxSkopje Attracts Attention Online

Participants who spoke after it, consider the first TEDx event in Macedonia a great success. The one-day conference organized independently under license from American nonprofit TED enabled widening the range...

Peru: Protest Calls on Government to Reduce Female and Infant Mortality Rates

Panama: November in Panama

Pakistan: Video Portal And Citizen Journalism

India: The People Of Marina Beach

Bhutan: Our Greedy Bank Accounts

Russia: Photos of a Drug Addict's Regress

Russia: Photos and Video From “Strategy 31″ Opposition Rally

Russia: Photos of Halloween

Barbados: All Talk, No Action?

Haiti: Earthquake, Cholera; Tomas Too?

Tropical storm Tomas has now been upgraded to a category 2 hurricane as it heads towards Haiti. The hurricane still poses a peripheral threat to neighbouring islands like Jamaica, but...

Cuba: Mother Harassed; Prionsers to be Released?

Trinidad & Tobago: Bullying is No Joke

Peru: National Team Wins World Surfing Games

In October, surfers from Peru, Canada, Germany, Guatemala, Australia, Japan, France, Ecuador, Uruguay and South Africa traveled to Peru to participate in the Billaboing ISA World Surfing Games 2010. The...

Trinidad & Tobago: Gender, Governance & Being Prepared

Mexico: Celebrating Day of the Dead

Day of the Dead is a special and mystical season that Mexicans celebrate every year. But what exactly happens on this date? Why is this holiday so important for Mexican...

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