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10 November 2010

Stories from 10 November 2010

Iran: Inflation for dummies

Iran: Pro democracy student was lashed 74 times

Video: It Gets Better for Queer Youth

The It Gets Better Project was started by Dan Savage as a way of preventing gay teens from committing suicide through videos explaining what gay adult life could be: lots...

Nigeria: Oil War Resumes

MalawiSoc: Tracking Malawian blogs and news

Clement Nthambazale Nyirenda is a final year PhD student in the Hirota/Sakurai Lab in the Department of Computational Intelligence and Systems Science at Tokyo Institute of Technology and a lecturer,...

D.R. of Congo: Criminalising Homosexuality

Nigeria: Remembering Ken Saro-Wiwa

Kenya: The Kenya I Live In

Africa: What drives unsafe abortion in Africa?

Haiti: Tweets on Cholera Outbreak

U.S.V.I.: No-Smoking Legislation

St. Lucia: No Bananas

Haiti: Cash for Work

Cuba: Castro on Twitter

Barbados: Government-Media Link

South Korea: Unicef T-shirt Guy Blocked From Entering G20 Venue

Serbia: Netizens and Media Report on the Kraljevo Earthquake

Sasa Milosevic reports on the online and citizen media coverage of the earthquake that hit Serbia last week.

Brazil: why does the media fear debate?

China: 360 VS. QQ: What about privacy and user rights?

A commercial spat between instant messaging applications Tencent QQ and Qihoo 360 has affected million of users. Although QQ still monopolizes the market, public opinion shows that Chinese Internet users...

Russia: Soccer Hooligans Might Be Involved in Assault on Oleg Kashin

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