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5 November 2010

Stories from 5 November 2010

Denmark: Kurdish TV Station Accused of Supporting Terrorism

Roj TV, a Kurdish-language satellite television station based in Denmark has been accused of supporting terrorism by the Danish attorney-general. It may lose its broadcasting license once the case goes...

Honduran Truth Commission Continues Investigations on June 2009 Ouster of Manuel Zelaya

Google Maps and the Costa Rica-Nicaragua Border Dispute

Cuba: Solidarity on the Net After Plane Crash

A plane crashed near the town of Guasimal, located some 15 kilometers from Sancti Spiritus province, in central Cuba. Sixty-eight people died. Minutes later, Cubans using Twitter started exchanging information...

Vietnam: Bún mắm nêm

Indonesia: ‘Misleading’ economic data

Indonesia: Successful Pesta Blogger 2010

Myanmar election map

El Salvador: Debate on Women's Rights Heats Up

Mexico: Statistics on Violence in Ciudad Juárez

Sri Lanka: Exclusive Parks For Young Lovers

Nepal: Blogger Bhela

Bangladesh In Winter

South Korea: Putin's Son-in-law Fiasco Caused By Media Frenzy

Overnight, Mr. Yoon became famous in South Korea because of media coverage introducing him as Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's future son-in-law. Days later, Yoon resigned from his job and...

Rwanda: Unconfirmed detentions at opposition leader's house

Rwanda: On the road in Rwanda

Kenya: A Call for Poetry Submissions

Nigeria: Partnership for Health II Conference

Trinidad & Tobago: PM's Statement Causes Backlash

Trinidad and Tobago's Prime Minister has come under fire for her statements about hurricane relief to some of the CARICOM nations that were severely damaged by Hurricane Tomas. Bloggers throughout...

Cuba: Destino Cuba Tweeting on Plane Crash

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