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18 November 2010

Stories from 18 November 2010

Iran:World’s youngest detained blogger on trial

Pamela Fever Grips India

Hollywood actress and model Pamela Anderson is creating ripples in India as she arrived in Mumbai a few days ago to take part in a TV reality show. Netizens reflect...

Haiti: Misrepresenting the Facts

Haiti: Elections, Cholera & Aristide

Trinidad & Tobago: Infringement on Privacy

Trinidad & Tobago: Regional Resolution

St. Lucia: Lots To Do After Tomas

Russia: Oleg Kashin is Back Online

Gambia: Climbing Kilimanjaro to build a school in Gambia

Gambia: Against Gambian monarchy

Pakistan: The Cost Of Sacrifice

Guinea: Government declares state of emergency

Colombia: Mayor of Bogotá isolated amidst corruption allegations

Bogotá Mayor Samuel Moreno Rojas faced criticism even before taking office in 2008; as the mayor, he has been regarded mostly as an "incompetent" who "lacks leadership", and is routinely...

Guinea: Is this what democracy looks like?

Azerbaijan: Video blogger Adnan Hajizade released

In a surprise decision, an Appeal Court in Azerbaijan today ordered the conditional release of video blogging youth activist Adnan Hajizade. The news, as well as reaction, quickly spread on...

Nigeria: Podcasts to remember Ken Saro-Wiwa

Bangladesh: Traveling On The Roof

Bangladesh: Discrimination In The Middle East?

Azerbaijan: Video blogging youth activist released

India: What Is Beauty

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