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6 December 2010

Stories from 6 December 2010

Some Reactions to UN Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women

Nicaragua: Is Nicaraguan Literature Dead?

Russia: New anti-Corruption Portal

COP 16: Young Bloggers Track Negotiations

Adopt a Negotiator, part of the TckTckTck campaign focusing on climate change, is an initiative where several young people from different parts of the world become “trackers.” Their role is...

Iran: Planning Underway for Student Day Protests

On December 7, Iran's "Student Day" [16th of Azar] protests against student repression in Iran will be organized around the world. Last year thousands of protesters defied the Islamic regime...

Haiti: Election Results

Trinidad & Tobago: Carnival 2011

Barbados: Arch Cot Inquest

Jamaica: Teens, Sex & The Media

Guyana: Notes on Caribbean Writers

Peru: Hostages Taken in Bank Robbery in Gamarra, Lima

In a still confusing sequence of events, an assailant held up a bank in an area known as Gamarra in Lima, holding up several customers and staffers as hostages. The...

D.R of Congo/Belgium: Gal draws Congo and Belgium

Ghana: Accra Brewery reacts to ActionAid report on tax dodging

D.R. of Congo: News you might have missed

Africa: What does WikiLeaks say about Central Africa?

Australia: Cancún Half-time Scores

GV author Kevin Rennie samples what Australians have been saying online about the 16th edition of the Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change...

Ghana: Ghana Brewery reacts to ActionAid report on tax dodging

Japan: A Quiet Revolution by the NEET [Not in Education, Employment, or Training]

In a post titled "Revolution of the NEET (lol)", Sayuri Tamaki explores a new breed of NEET and how they are changing the country.

South Korea:The ‘350 Concert’ by Green Foundation Held in Seoul

Thoughts On World AIDS Day (December 1st)

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