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11 December 2010

Stories from 11 December 2010

Puerto Rico: Original version of Wikileaks

Côte d'Ivoire: Anger and Sarcasm in Citizen Media after the Elections

After a hopeful start, the presidential elections in Cote d'Ivoire took a dramatic turn that led the country in a seemingly hopeless political stalemate. While the crisis persists, the Ivorian...

Bolivia Opposes UN Climate Summit Declaration

Venezuela: New Bill Cracks Down on the Internet

Honduras: Increased Militarization

Colombia: Nukak Maku Indigenous Peoples Forced to Leave Their Territory

The Latin America Personal Democracy Forum As Seen by Bloggers

The Latin American Personal Democracy Forum took place on the 18th and 19th of November in Santiago Chile. Juan Arellano collects the thoughts, analysis and reports from the bloggers that...

Russia: Photos and Videos of Soccer Fans Protesting in Moscow

Saudi Arabia: Free Saudi Scholar Dr Mohammed Alabdulkareem

Saudi Dr Mohammed Alabdulkareem was arrested after publishing an article on the effectiveness of the political regulation among the royal family. Using blogs, Facebook and Twitter, netizens stand up to...

Brazil: Pension rights for gay couples

Jordan: Football Violence or Racism?

News reports estimate that 250 people were injured following a football game in south Amman between the Wihdat team, usually followed by Jordanians of Palestinian heritage, and the al-Faisali team,...

D. R. of Congo: From Lubumbashi to Kinshasa by road

South Africa: The Vuvuzela gets a makerover

Nigeria: Our Senators and our health

Eritrea: Eritrea and the shadow of WikiLeaks

Bangladesh: The Judiciary And The Parliament

India: Sari Is Not A Terrorist Outfit

The Indian ambassador to the United States Meera Shankar was pulled from a security line at the Jackson-Evers International Airport in Mississippi, USA, and was subsequently forced to undergo a...

Japanese Expat Population

Lebanon: Blogger Farfahinne's First Arrest

Lebanese human rights activist and blogger Farfahinne shares her story of getting arrested by the Lebanese security forces when she tried to enter the Palestinian refugees camp "Nahr al-Bared" in...

Lebanon: What are people wondering about?

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